Hotels in Qishan District, Kaohsiung City

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Qishan District - Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
20 May — 21 May2
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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:April
Average price in Qishan District:S$ 75/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 69/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Friday
S$ 75 - S$ 75
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 67 - S$ 114
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Qishan District, Kaohsiung City

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Cishan san-ho-yuan B&B
Cishan san-ho-yuan B&B
8.4 Excellent
No. 6, Zhongxing Street, Gaoshu Township, Taiwan
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12.7 km from city centre,  

Cishan San-Ho-Yuan provides a comfortable setting while in Kaohsiung City. It also features meeting rooms, a tour desk and free Wi-Fi.

S$ 69
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Qishan District, Kaohsiung City

2 stars and under
Cishan san-ho-yuan B&B
#1 most popular

Cishan san-ho-yuan B&B

No. 6, Zhongxing Street, Gaoshu Township, Taiwan

8.4 Excellent
S$ 69

Avg. per night

3 stars
#1 most popular

Rose Garden Motel

No.9-8, Dongzun Ln., Ligang Township, Taiwan

7.2 Good
S$ 65

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Qishan District, Kaohsiung City

About Qishan District, Kaohsiung City

Located within Kaohsiung City, Cishan District is a thriving neighbourhood with multiple tourist attractions, including mountains, ancient temples and cultural institutions. Intersected by a picturesque river, this naturally-rich district is a gateway to numerous mountain townships, as well as the rest of Kaohsiung City.

Things to do

One of the first places you’ll notice in Cishan District is Cishan Wade Hall, a former martial arts dojo designed in a similar style to Tang Dynasty temples. Experience more of the district’s architecture at CishanTianhou Temple, a Qing-era temple and sacred religious site with wooden carvings, bronze sculptures and stone statues.

Take a stroll down Jhongshan Old Street and soak up the Japanese colonial-style buildings and intricate Stone Arches Corridor. If you’re travelling with kids, take them to Cishan Living Cultural Park, a fascinating museum that was once an elementary school with exhibits on everyday life back in the 1920s and an on-site cafe serving banana pastries.

Looking for some peace and quiet? Seek out Gushan Park, a tranquil public park with ancient trees, bike paths, a Confucius Temple and pond. It isn’t far from the historic Cishan Station, which was built in 1912 and now functions as a historic museum focusing on Japan’s sugar cane and transport industries.

You’d be amiss not venturing about 20 minutes south to the Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum. This impressive cultural and religious museum boasts eight pagodas, Buddha statues and the Jade Buddha Shrine, which houses a Buddha sculpture made from prized Burmese white jade.

Getting around

Cishan District is only accessible via a highway that runs through the district. You can drive there yourself, take a cab or hire a driver. Once you arrive, it’s possible to explore the neighbourhood on foot as most attractions are within an easy walking distance of one another.

Qishan District, Kaohsiung City travel FAQs

Located within Kaohsiung City, Cishan District is a thriving neighbourhood with multiple tourist attractions, including mountains, ancient temples and cultural institutions. Intersected by a picturesque river, this naturally-rich district is a gateway to numerous mountain townships, as well as the rest of Kaohsiung City.

Things to do in Qishan District

One of the first places you’ll notice in Cishan District is Cishan Wade Hall, a former martial arts dojo designed in a similar style to Tang Dynasty temples. Experience more of the district’s architecture at CishanTianhou Temple, a Qing-era temple and sacred religious site with wooden carvings, bronze sculptures and stone statues.

Take a stroll down Jhongshan Old Street and soak up the Japanese colonial-style buildings and intricate Stone Arches Corridor. If you’re travelling with kids, take them to Cishan Living Cultural Park, a fascinating museum that was once an elementary school with exhibits on everyday life back in the 1920s and an on-site cafe serving banana pastries.

Looking for some peace and quiet? Seek out Gushan Park, a tranquil public park with ancient trees, bike paths, a Confucius Temple and pond. It isn’t far from the historic Cishan Station, which was built in 1912 and now functions as a historic museum focusing on Japan’s sugar cane and transport industries.

You’d be amiss not venturing about 20 minutes south to the Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum. This impressive cultural and religious museum boasts eight pagodas, Buddha statues and the Jade Buddha Shrine, which houses a Buddha sculpture made from prized Burmese white jade.

Getting around Qishan District

Cishan District is only accessible via a highway that runs through the district. You can drive there yourself, take a cab or hire a driver. Once you arrive, it’s possible to explore the neighbourhood on foot as most attractions are within an easy walking distance of one another.

  • What are the best hotels in Qishan District?

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