The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts opened in October and has helped put Taiwan’s second largest city on the region’s cultural map. The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts opened in October and has helped put Taiwan’s second largest city on the region’s cultural map.
The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts opened in October and has helped put Taiwan’s second largest city on the region’s cultural map.
Ed Peters
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Brief Encounters by Ed Peters

Why Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, is a cultural and culinary destination ideal for a weekend break

  • An exciting programme featuring the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the recently opened National Kaohsiung Center for Arts puts the southern city on the performance arts map
  • Numerous night markets cater to all manner of tastes, while shoppers will also find plenty to spend hard-earned pennies on

The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts opened in October and has helped put Taiwan’s second largest city on the region’s cultural map. The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts opened in October and has helped put Taiwan’s second largest city on the region’s cultural map.
The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts opened in October and has helped put Taiwan’s second largest city on the region’s cultural map.
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Ed Peters

Ed Peters

Ed Peters is one of Asia's most experienced travel writers, and has reported for the Post from every continent except Antarctica.