The Fine Arts Museum cannot be beat in Kaohsiung, for the mainstay, regular exhibitions are free. The only time you pay is when you want to enjoy one of their visiting exhibitions, which have included Warhol and Dali in recent times. If you repeatedly visit, you might grow weary of the same exhibits, but as a traveler, you'll certainly find it worthwhile, that is if you like museums in the first place. Although we are travelers elsewhere, I am an expat here in Taiwan (with no connection to the museum), so we have the pleasure of periodically visiting the museum. Especially on a hot, humid southern Tiawan summer day, this place provides a wonderful sanctuary. Moreover, it is located in a lovely park, one that gives you a well-deserved change of scenery from the otherwise urban landscapes of Kaohsiung. There, one can stroll the walkways, lounge in the grass by the lake, or take a gander at the sculptures in the garden. If I were on a tour of Taiwan, instead of living here, I would, indeed, spend a few hours here.
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