Updated on: June 30, 2018
Kaohsiung Martyrs’ Shrine 高雄市忠烈祠 within the Gushan district, Kao Hsiung city, Taiwan was initially built by the Japanese rulers in 1910 for worshipping of their prince was subsequently rebuilt by Kao Hsiung mayor in the 1970s when Taiwan was returned back to Republic of China.
Kaohsiung Martyrs’ Shrine is a magnificent red and white architecture adorned with gold glazed tiles, auspicious animals, God sculptures, Song dynasty characters that is impressive to look.
Currently, Kaohsiung Martyrs’ Shrine is used to honor fallen soldiers who sacrificed for their homeland.
Visit Kaohsiung Martyrs’ Shrine to catch a glimpse of the entire Kaohsiung from up above and capture the gorgeous night scenery.