PLEASE ASK PERMISSION BEFORE YOU RE POST MY PHOTOS ON TO YOUR BLOG. THERE ARE SOME BLOGGERS WHO DID NOT ASK MY PERMISSION AND REPOST MY PHOTOS WITHOUT THE COURTESY OF LINKING BACK TO MY BLOG. THIS IS LIKE STEALING. PEOPLE, I HAVE SPEND MUCH TIME TAKING PHOTOS AND DOING HOMEWORK ON MY TRAVELLING INFORMATION AND KINDLY SHARE THESE INFORMATION TO ANYONE INTERESTED IN THEM. IF NECESSARY I WILL POST SCREEN SHOT OF YOUR BLOG TO SHOW YOUR BAD MANNERS OF STEALING MY PHOTOS. THE MOST DISGUSTING THING THEY DID WAS TO SCREEN SHOT MY PHOTO AND CORP OFF MY BLOG TITLE AND REPOST IN THEIR BLOG. Day 4, we had to say bye bye to Kaoshiung. Make our way to the Kaoshiung mrt station to Zuoying MRT Station to take the high speed rail train back to Taipei.
Above the Zuoying MRT Station is a Japanese Department Store. As we were early we browse around the supermarket and mall before making our way to the HSR Station.
We were soon met by a huge crowd. There's seems to be a kind of anime exhibition.
Manage to capture a photo of the side view of these anime costume characters. There's a whole lot of photographers taking photos of them from the front view. Need to pay some kind of fee to pose with them.
Long queues mostly made by teenagers to enter the exhibition hall to meet their favourite anime characters.
Wasting no time, we took the escalators back to the HSR Station to take our train.
We had already bought our return HSR ticket back to Tapei, but there were vending machine to purchase the tickets on the spot. As long as it wasn't some kind of holidays, no problem getting tickets on the spot back to Taipei.
Local products on sale in the HSR Station
Enjoy our trip in Kaoshiung, now looking forward to second part of our trip in Taipei. There were several empty seats on the train that we took. This section was the reserved seats (means seats with numbers), it was slightly cheaper for the non reserved seats section (means you can sit any seats in that compartment. No cheating - there's a warden going round to check on tickets.