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The ferry took only about 5 mins to reach Cijin Island from Kaoshiung. The ferry has frequent services between the two islands. I think is about every 5 to 10 mins.
On arrival we could see some beautiful colonial building which is now the port for Cijin Island. There's a tourist office on the left in the above photo. You can collect a map or any information about the island from this office.
We could see a lot of bicycles for rental. Some bicycles are built for four. Looked like a lot of fun. Wish my two sons were with me then we could rent the bikes for four.
If you do not want to cycle, you can ride on the trishaws or cabs. But we choose to just walked around the town. Only half of this island are mainly for tourists, etc while the other half are mainly residential buildings.
There's a chinese temple on the island too.
Lots of seafood stalls and restaurants on this island too.
towers look great. very artistic. not the usual chinese structure. but what i love most here are the bikes.
Very true about the bikes. Best to come in a group. Hubby and me too old and too tired for any more leg power hahaha. If my two sons had come along we can take turns to pedal.
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