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    50% off of Taiwan Pass “Kaohsiung Loves Wang-Lai”! Take a Trip by Bus to Support Charity Print
    • Publishing Date:2019-11-29~2019-12-31
    • Update Time:2019-11-18 09:52
    • Clickthrough Rate:6
    • Publishing Unit:Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government

    As the weather becomes colder in the transition from autumn to winter, it brings an idea to people’s mind of planning a warm getaway to the Southern Taiwan. The Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government then launched a special seasonal limited travel ticket offer. Starting from November 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020, "Kaohsiung Taiwan Pass: Kaohsiung Loves Wang-Lai (Pineapples)" is available at a discount of up to 50%. This package includes a customized Kaohsiung Taiwan Pass that allows one free ride for Harvard Express Line and unlimited free rides for Dashu Shuttle Bus Routes, City Buses, and Cultural Buses. Also, a DIY course of canning pineapple in Taiwan Pineapple Museum and an afternoon tea set in Eagle Coffee Bakery are included in the package. NT$ 10 from each package sold would be donated to assist economically disadvantaged students. Kaohsiung Taiwan Pass unlocks the best and all you can enjoy of the City, so don’t miss out on these deals!
    Kaohsiung Deputy Mayor Yeh, Kuang-Shih hosted the Kaohsiung Taiwan Pass: Kaohsiung Loves Wang-Lai (Pineapples) launching press conference and officially announced that the limited-time package sale would start from November 1. Deputy Mayor Yeh noted that apart from the 50% discount, NT $10 from each package sold would be donated to local non-profit group “Flying Welfare Association” in Dashu District. Travelers can also assist local vulnerable children and teenagers and put love into practical actions by making purchases in Eagle Coffee Bakery. In addition, with this Pass, travelers would enjoy benefits such as shopping deals and accommodation offers in 21 businesses along the route.
    Cheng, Yung-Hsiang, Director General of the Transportation Bureau, stated that there are plan A and plan B for “Kaohsiung Loves Wang-Lai (Pineapples)” Pass. Both plans include the same benefit of unlimited rides on Kaohsiung City Buses and Cultural Buses, so the public can choose a suitable plan according to the itinerary. No matter what itinerary they choose, whether the DIY course of canning pineapple in Taiwan Pineapple Museum, the taste of handmade breads and coffee in the Eagle Coffee Bakery, the handmade brick building activity at San-He Tile Kiln, or the beauty of monuments at Dashu Old Railway Bridge and the solemn of the Buddha Museum, travelers can experience the convenience of Kaohsiung transportation and the enthusiasm and the energy of Dashu District.
    According to the Transportation Bureau, there are two routes of Taiwan Tourist Shuttle Service in Kaohsiung. The Harvard Express Line departs from the THSR Zuoying Station and arrives directly at Buddha Museum via national highway No. 10. Dashu Shuttle Bus Route is a to and fro route between Buddha Museum and Fengshan Railway Station, and it passes through the wetland of Dashu Old Railway Bridge and Jiuqutang Railway Station. “Kaohsiung Loves Wang-Lai (Pineapples)”package is available at a surprisingly huge discount of up to 50% (NT $280) until January 31, 2020. For more information, please visit the Transportation Bureau's website (www.tbkc.gov.tw) or Facebook page “@tbkcdream,” or visit the Gojet-Travel Information website (https://gojet.krtco.com.tw/tcg/2) or call the customer service hotline 07-7938888.

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