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Kaohsiung Kids Friendly Itinerary Day 8: Fun Bus > Taroko Mall > Kaohsiung Airport > Changi Airport

Day 8: Fun Bus > Taroko Mall > Kaohsiung Airport > Changi Airport
It's time to bid Kaohsiung farewell. As our flight is in the late evening, we have plenty of time to spare today. Taroko Mall is a great place to go to, it's a mere 5 minutes drive from the airport and 2 train stops away. There are ample lockers for you to store your luggage at very reasonable prices too.
Plenty of kids friendly activities as well.

We left FunBus at check out time which is 11 am. We've also prearranged with the very nice driver to pick us up at 11 am to Taroko Mall.
We've half a day to spend here before heading to the airport at before 5:00pm.

Would highly recommend anyone with kids to pop by Taroko Mall, there are a few outlet stores here and plenty of entertainment for kids.
They even have an outdoor theme park which we didn't go. Too much theme park from the day before.

An impressive LEGO structure outside LEGO shop

 This is the outdoor theme park where there are go-karts as well.

 This is the outdoor driving circuit for kids

 We went for the indoor one instead and Sticky Bean had an equal amount of fun.

 We paid a flat amount for 2 hours and she gets to play at this indoor playground which includes the motor ride she had above.

Right next to this indoor playground is an indoor golf putty course

 Sticky Bean just has to give it a go. Prices are pretty reasonable.

There're just so many activities to keep your kids entertained at Taroko Gorge. We went for coffee and took a taxi to the airport which is just a 5 minutes ride away.

Bidding farewell to Kaohsiung

Quick Review Kaohsiung Child-Friendly Itinerary Day 8: This marks the end of our Kaohsiung Child-Friendly Trip. Love that our flight is in the late evening hence we get to enjoy one full day at Taroko Mall. We also ensure that Sticky Bean has ample time playing in the Castle themed room at Fun Bus and check out of the room only at the designated time 12 noon.

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