The Taiwan Sugar Museum is an exhibition hall about sugar in Qiaotou District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The historical center building goes back to the Japanese run of Taiwan when it was built as a sugar refinery manufacturing plant in 1901 and finished in 1902. The manufacturing plant experienced second and third phases of development in 1905-1911 and 1911-1945 individually which concentrated on the development of relaxation and religious needs of the representatives. Amid World War II, two production lines were harmed amid bomb attacks. They were then reestablished. Because of the declining of world's sugar value, the territory was transformed into the exhibition hall and was opened in 2006.
The gallery is available South East from Ciaotou Station of the Kaohsiung MRT. The first present-day mechanical sugar processing plant in Taiwan had worked from 1902 to 1999. Set up for right around one hundred years, the manufacturing plant represented Kaohsiung's history, depicting how the city bit by bit moved its concentration from sending out farming items to growing overwhelming industry. Presently the tremendous production lines don't work any longer. In any case, after the sugar plant was recorded as authentic site, some portion of it has been redesigned as Taiwan Sugar Museum, while the other part has turned into a zone for workmanship creation and an entertainment region offering the most mainstream Taiwan Sugar Corporation ice items.