Yes. This thing, is indeed made out of tickets.
This is an upside-down house. No, I don't know why there is an upside-down house.
The Kaohsiung Hamasen is also home to a small miniature railway.
This is the entire train ride.
We got to ride on this little train, a model of the Kaohsiung Light Rail Transit, which we got to ride.
This is the former British Consulate.
Just kidding, this is the back of the hotel. The front is still relatively intact.
This is a Vanilla Air Airbus A320-200 taking off, heading for points unknown.
And this is a Daily Air Dornier Do 228 landing at Siaogang Airport.This is a China Airlines plane taking off. At that height, God knows what type of plane that is!
On the THSR, I shot this video of the passing countryside.
This is our EMU500 coming in to Xinwuri Station
Next post will be about the Changhua Fan-Shaped Roundhouse and the Xihu Tangtie.