Kaohsiung is a successful tiny port city in Taiwan that is raking in millions of dollars annually. There are many factors that have led to its success and one of them is Cijin District, a slender island off the Kaohsiung harbor that serves as a natural breakwater. All port operators, harbor dwellers and seafarers know the importance of a breakwater. Harbor cities and city ports, in fact create artificial breakwaters for protection, but Kaohsiung has been blest with a naturally occurring breakwater.
Other than for its geological position, the district is an important part of Kaohsiung for many other reasons, one of which is tourism. Kaohsiung is very popular but [Read more…]