Kaohsiung Fisherman's Wharf
The Kaohsiung Fisherman's Wharf (also Fishermen's Wharf, Chinese: 高雄港漁人碼頭; pinyin: Gāoxiónggǎng Yúrén Mǎtóu) was originally the no.2 port of the port of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Its previous function was exporting bananas, wood and steel. However, because of the transformation of economy and container automation, the function of the port declined gradually.
The government[which?] promotes the tourism industry in these years, so the no.2 port had the chance to become a sightseeing wharf, combining seaside scenery and food. The name of the wharf became a more cultural one as the Kaohsiung Fisherman's Wharf.
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