Kaohsiung City started out as a small fishing village but has grown to become the largest cultural and economic center in southern Taiwan. If you're looking for a coliving space that is outside of Taipei, then this may be the perfect choice for you. This is no small city, with a population of nearly 3 million people and home to the second largest airport in all of Taiwan. For digital nomads looking to experience the culture of Taiwan, then keep reading for more insights. When you think of Taiwan you may think of a small country island, which in fact it is, but there is so much beauty here that it’s hard to resist spending time here in a coliving space. If you start to yearn the hustle and bustle, then just a quick train ride away you’ll find yourself in the capital city of Taipei.
Because of the size of Kaohsiung City, you are sure to have a good time and find everything you could ever need in your new hub you're thinking of calling home. Amazing cuisine and night markets, packed with exquisite foods and drinks to world-class shopping malls and cinemas. Are you looking for a night out on the town? Well, look no further. Because the nightlife here is also something to check out and see for yourself. A quick train ride away you’ll find yourself sitting on a beautiful sandy beach looking back on your new coliving home.
When entering Taiwan, you will find yourself in one of the most expensive countries in the world and as a digital nomad, this may seem daunting. Yes, you're going to pay more to live here, but the reality is, this is an amazing city in an amazing country so it’s definitely worth it. There is no need for a motorbike or car whatsoever because of the great infrastructure that is here. Trains connect the entire country, not just the city, and the airport can take you anywhere in Asia with usually just one flight. Looking to upscale and experience something new as a digital nomad? Then this may be the new hub you can call home.
Fun facts about Kaohsiung City:
- Kaohsiung City’s port is the largest port in all of Taiwan
- The crime rate in Kaohsiung is much lower than most cities of comparable size in western countries
- The Dream Mall is the largest shopping mall in Taiwan, from riding the ferris-wheel on the roof for a nice view of the city to world-class restaurants