Kaohsiung City is an uncommon district situated in southern-western Taiwan and confronting the Taiwan Strait. Kaohsiung has a populace of roughly 2.77 million individuals and has been authoritatively positioned as Taiwan's third most crowded city since July 2017. It is Taiwan's biggest district by territory at 2,951.85 km 2 1,139.72 sq mi, extending from Mount Yu to Taiping Island. Since its beginning in the seventeenth century, Kaohsiung has developed from a little exchanging town into the political, financial, transportation, fabricating, refining, shipbuilding, and mechanical focus of southern Taiwan. The Kaohsiung International Airport is the second biggest air terminal in Taiwan.
The Port of Kaohsiung is the biggest harbor in Taiwan, however not authoritatively part of Kaohsiung City. The southern terminal of Freeway 1 is in Kaohsiung. The city is served by the TRA Western and Pingtung railroad lines. Principle historic points of Kaohsiung city incorporates the Tuntex Sky Tower, the ferris wheel of the Kaohsiung Dream Mall, the Kaohsiung Arena and the Kaohsiung Harbor. The recently created city is likewise known for having an extensive number of shopping roads, sorted out night markets and recently created relaxation stops, for example, the Pier-2 Art Center, E-DA Theme Park, Metropolitan Park, the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts or Taroko Park.