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Conceptual diagram for land development surrounding the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center

  • The land surrounding the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center is currently used by state-owned enterprises, such as CPC Corporation and Taiwan Power Company, and neighbors key investment complexes, such as China Steel Corporation Headquarters and Kaohsiung Software Park. Therefore, it is a crucial region for the exhibition and tourism development in Kaohsiung City. Multiple facilities surrounding this region have successively launched, including the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, Kaohsiung Main Public Library, and the KLRT. Moreover, the Kaohsiung Port Terminal and Maritime Cultural and Popular Music Center are expected for completion in 2017 and 2018, respectively. The close proximity of this region to the bay area renders it a favorable location for the development of information and communication, themed entertainment, conference and exhibition, and water recreation.

Conceptual diagram for the relocation of the 205th Armory

  • The entire 205th Armory complex is 57 hectares in size and is located in a favorable location for both air and sea ports. It is the largest and most complete stretch of land within Asia’s New Bay Area. In future, domestic and foreign investors will be sought to transform this region into a headquartering base of operation for international enterprises, regional finance and trade, and innovative research and development. This region shall also be promoted to emerging industries to create employment opportunities, becoming the heart of regional economic development in Southern Taiwan.

Conceptual diagram for the development of the old port area

  • The Kaohsiung City Government and Taiwan International Ports Corporation co-established a development company for the reconstruction of the old port area. A number of top enterprises have been invited to branch into the old port area to promote digital content, tourism and leisure, cultural and creative, and other emerging industries and work together in building an international port city.