Neiweipi Cultural Park

A pond in Neiweipi Park Kaohsiung
A pond in Neiweipi Park

Neiweipi Cultural Park is located near the The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts. The name ‘Neiwei‘ literally means ‘Inner Defence‘. The park was built during the Qing (or Ching) Dynasty and it was used as a protection against bandits. The park is one of Kaohsiung’s biggest. It sits on 41 hectares of land.

There are very beautiful lakes to see. There is a sculpture park, an outdoor music venue and the Firefly Conservation Area. On weekends, you can see the Taiwanese flying their kites. Neiweipi Cultural Park is recommended if you want to get out of the city, do a bit of walking and visit The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts.

Nearby

  • Starbucks

How to get there:

Metro/Underground

  • Take the Red Line to Aozihdi (R13)
  • Walk west up Mingcheng Road for 15 minutes, the park is right there.

Total walk time 15 minutes

Alternatively, a bus runs from Aozihdi to the park

Address: Meishuguan Road, Gushan District

More pictures of Neiweipi Cultural Park

Scenery Neiweipi Cultural Park Kaohsiung
Scenery Neiweipi Cultural Park
Sunset Neiweipi Cultural Park, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Sunset Neiweipi Cultural Park

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