Covering a large swathe of territory and well-connected by spacious roads, most Kaohsiung residents are used to driving or riding motorcycles. But for visitors wanting a taste of MICHELIN recommended food, there are many easily accessible establishments along the Kaohsiung Metro. The metro consists of the Red and Orange Lines that intersect at Formosa Boulevard Station, which is known as the heart of the metro, famous for its shell-shaped entrance and beautiful glass mosaic art at the Dome of Light. From there, the Kaohsiung Circular light rail passes through many other famous scenic spots in the city.
In this guide, our Michelin inspectors have specially compiled the restaurants and eateries featured in the latest MICHELIN Guide situated along the Kaohsiung metro system. Hop on a train and follow the map to explore the myriad of delicacies representing the major city of southern Taiwan.