【For Sweets lover】 5 of the best desserts around Kaohsiung’s Central Park!


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Kaohsiung’s Central Park is said to be a young people’s district, with a large selection of trendy products.

Surprisingly, there are also many stores where you can eat many kinds of desserts.

In this article, I’m going to introduce you to five desserts that I highly recommend, for after dinner desserts or when you just want a quick bite!

If you have a sweet tooth, please read through to the end.

Recommended for the following people
  • Want to eat delicious desserts in Kaohsiung City
  • Want to know which dessert stores are popular in Kaohsiung
  • People with a sweet tooth

Contents of this article
  • Five of the best dessert stores around Central Park!

I experienced a working holiday in Kaohsiung for a year from February 2020. Currently, I am writing a blog based on that experience.

By reading this post, you’ll be able to get some great desserts in Kaohsiung City!


Five of the best dessert stores around Central Park!

1 Ice Tower – Culture Store

Ice Tower – Culture Store is a shaved ice store located about a five-minute walk from Central Park Station.

It’s popular for its wide variety of fruit shaved ice, and you’d be surprised at how much you can get!

The shaved ice with strawberries on it is especially popular, so be sure to try it!

The staff is friendly, so even if it’s your first visit, this is a good place to go.

Ice Tower – Culture Store
  • Address: No. 64, Wenhua Rd, Xinxing District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 800
  • Opening hours: 1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily

2 Kung Fu Tea KUNGFUTEA Kaohsiung

This is a beverage store located a short distance from the main street, where you can enjoy fresh fruit juices.

The prices are the same as in most drink stores, so you can easily stop by!

Especially popular is the bubble milk tea, which seems to be made with carefully selected milk.

If you don’t like sweets, they also have tea without sugar.

Kung Fu Tea KUNGFUTEA Kaohsiung
  • Address: No. 150, Wenheng 2nd Rd, Xinxing District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 800
  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am to 10:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 11:00am to 11:00pm

3 那個年代杏仁豆腐

This is one of the few places in Kaohsiung that serves apricot flavored tofu.

There are only a few stores like this in Taiwan, so it is very rare.

The store originated in Tainan, but it seems to have a branch in Kaohsiung as well.

The popular apricot bean curd is naturally sweet and delicious, with a healthful flavor!

  • Address: No. 127, Xintian Rd, Xinxing District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 80044
  • Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily

4 珍煮丹 高雄新堀江門市

This restaurant was born in 2010 in a night market in Taipei and has opened stores in nine countries overseas.

It is popular in Taiwan, with over 70 stores, and there is also a store in Kaohsiung.

The brown sugar tapioca milk tea is made through a process of trial and error, and has a deep flavor that no other store can match.

It has a great texture and a flavor that will make you want to drink it again, so I highly recommend it!

珍煮丹 高雄新堀江門市
  • Address: No. 152, Xintian Rd, Xinxing District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 800
  • Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily

5 黑老大-手炒黑糖波霸鮮乳

This is a tapioca milk tea store that is only open three days a week.

It’s a bull-headed store that prides itself on its taste, and their signature brown sugar bubble is absolutely delicious!

It is made with thick milk tea, which brings out the flavor of the tapioca.

The lion in front of the store is also cute, so check it out!

  • Address:No. 17, Wenheng 1st Rd, Xinxing District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 800
  • Opening hours: Friday to Sunday, 11:30am to 9:30pm
  • Closed: Monday to Thursday


Taiwan Kaohsiung dessert blog
  • There are many dessert stores around the Central Park.
  • Especially, apricot bean curd stores are rare in Kaohsiung.
  • The first store also has mango shaved ice in summer.

I’ve introduced you to five of the best dessert stores around the Central Park!

Stay tuned for more information on Taiwan in the future.

Thank you for reading to the end!