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Labor Park
Kaohsiung

Bounded by Jhongshan 4th Road and Mincyuan and Fusing Road, you can always see many elder people playing Chinese chess or sing songs together under the pavilion in the Labor Park. This is the daily scene of the Labor Park right next to the downtown area.Furthermore, the senior’s activity center inside the Labor Recreation Center offers a variety of learning programs that retired labors enjoy very much.There is also a weekend flower market surrounding the park.It is not only the largest flower market in Kaohsiung, but also a popular weekend activity for residents.To allow operations for the development project of the surrounding areas of the MRT stations, the flower market is temporarily moved to the space besides Public Market No.1 on Siouwun Street.A brand-new market image will be presented in the near future.

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