Siaogangshan Skywalk Park

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  • Gangshan Dist.
Siaogangshan Skywalk Park
Siaogangshan, located between Gangshan and Yanchao Districts, covers 1.8 hectares of land.
Siaogangshan Skywalk Park features a 88-meter skywalk inspired by music. The cable-stayed bridge looks like a violin. Its steel cables symbolize violin strings, while the spiral staircases at the end represent a harmonica which seems to respond to the violin in a song.
Standing at the bridge, one can enjoy the beautiful birds-eye-views of Agongdian Reservoir, Agongdian Forest Park, and Agongdian River and its nearby plains. When the sky is clear, visitors can even find in the distance the magnificent North Dawu Mountain and its surrounding hills. 85 Sky Tower which is Kaohsiung’s major landmark, Banping Mountain, Shoushan, and the Taiwan Strait can also be easily viewed by then.

Transport Information

Bus Red 68:
From Exit 1, KRTC Gangshan South Station (R24), take Bus Red 68 or a taxi with other visitors.
Parking lots and shuttle bus stops:
Parking spaces are available at Agongdian Reservoir Management Center, Agongdian Forest Park, Tsailiao Road Parking Lot, and Dazhuang Park. Shuttle buses and “taxi-pool” services are available at all these sites. The buses depart every 15 to 20 minutes. 
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Gangshan Dist.

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 9:00-17:00
Holidays: 9:00-18:00
Closed on Mondays except during holidays

How to Get There

Route planning (Click and then, in accordance with your departure point, plan the transportation route that best suits you.)

Ticket Information

Full fare: NT$60
Half fare: NT$30(Children who are 6 to 12 years of age, students, visitors with K.P.P. Taiwan Pass)
Group fare:
For a group of 20 members or more-20%off
For a group of 100 member


The mountain road that leads to the park is rather narrow and bumpy, making it difficult for cars to go through. Vehicle control is in place, too. We advise visitors to use public transport.
Total Visitors:8845
Last Updated:2020-02-07 08:59:37