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Admission for foreigners is reasonable. Check their website for current entry fee. The exhibitions while I was there were pretty good. It's an art museum so of course my opinion of the art is subjective. The main description at the beginning of the exhibits is...More
We went there because of Nude exhibition of Tate. A very impressive exhibition!
About the museum: simple building in the large garden with some sculptures placed here and there. There is also a coffee shop inside the main building serve good coffee and cake. Not...More
Museum park is gorgeous and suitable for the residents to go jogging and Exercises!
If you have business to visit Kaohsiung, you can find homestay here for few days and enjoy the exhibitions and its environment!
Ok, welcome Kaohsiung and go come this place
It is free entrance for those over 65 and residents of Kaohsiung, otherwise note that there is a charge. It is a fairly simple museum and being from Sydney where most museums are free it came a bit as a shock. Note that there are...More
Very interesting exhibits housed in contemporary and beautiful building. Can spend anywhere from an hour up to half a day depending on interests. Located in nice park in quieter part of Kaohsiung. Very easy to find and get to by taxi from about anywhere in...More
The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Art is….
Not what it used to be…..
There is no restaurant or hot food café onsite, just a simple beverage cart serving simple filter coffee (without milk/cream) and tea. One could just bring along a instant coffee/tea bag and...More
If you know Mandarim, it will be nice to know about all of these history. The museum tell the story of caligraphy and Mandarim. There is no translation in English, but you can spend you time watch this beautiful language that looks like design
I often take visitors and friends to this museum when they come to Kaohsiung. They have had some very good exhibits recently and the big park around the museum is a great place to take a walk or hang out and visit.
the exterior of this premises is dated and does not do justice to the huge space inside, nor does it reveal anything about the works on display. The space is huge, and the curator did a good job in selecting works for display during our...More