Located at the best site of Kaohsiung City, the Kaohsiung Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel is just five minutes’ drive away from the nearest interchange to the highway. In addition, the hotel is in close proximity to various establishments such as Kaohsiung Cultural Center, exotic restaurants, and Kaohsiung Normal University. Visitors to Kaohsiung should not miss popular attractions:Love River, National Scenic and Technology Museum, Sizihwan beach, Chi Ji island, Dream Mall and the numerous departmental stores (President, Shin Kong Mitzsukohshi Departmental Store) and so forth. The Kaohsiung Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel is just minutes away from the 7th Station of Kaohsiung MRT’s Orange Line, so regardless of the purpose of your trip, you will be able to get yourself around in Kaohsiung with ease. The Kaohsiung Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel is unquestionably the best place to lodge when you visit the city., ※If you are a YH member with YH card, you will enjoy a YH member discount when you stay at the Kaohsiung Toong Mao Evergreen Youth Hostel,the price for per person is NT 800/per night/breakfast is included.If you are without a YH member card, the hotel will charge NT$1800 up. ""Every members must bring the YH CARD when you check in our hotel""

※Membership cards shown upon arrival. Membership can be purchased at hostel. Rates quoted assume guests are members of Hostelling International. A non-member supplement will be charged on arrival at hostel.

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Best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Culture
  • Relaxing
  • Food-lovers

Green rating



Lovely hotel. I would suggest that if you are distinguishing between your hostel guests and your hotel guests, you should state upfront that the hostel price does not include towel, soap or shampoo. Everywhere else I stayed (including real hostels) had towels, soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc.


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Fri 27 Feb 2015

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Chi Sing,

Sat 10 May 2014

Budget meal tip

Check out (1) the supermarket in the basement of the department store right opposite to the hotel, have discounted food at night (Japanese and Chinese style) (2) Local streetside food stalls near the 7-11 across the street. Very cheap deals.

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Judy Kit Yee,

Tue 14 May 2013