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Kaohsiung Arena Station

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Kaohsiung Arena Station

Kaohsiung Arena Station
(Sanmin Household & Commercial High School)
Kaohsiung Arena Station Exit
Municipality Kaohsiung
District(s) Zuoying
Type Underground
Platforms One island platform
Opened March 9, 2008
Rail services
Line(s)      Red Line (R14)
Daily Ridership
Operator(s) Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation

The Kaohsiung MRT Kaohsiung Arena Station is a station on the Red Line in Zuoying District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The station is named after the nearby Kaohsiung Arena.

Station Overview

The station is a two-level, underground station with an island platform and five exits.[1] It is 215 meters long and is located at the intersection of Boai Road and Yucheng Road.[2]

Station layout

Street Level Entrance/Exit Entrance/Exit
B1 Concourse Lobby, information desk, automatic ticket machines, one-way faregates
Restrooms (Near Exits 2 & 4)
B2 Platform 1 KMRT Red Line toward Siaogang (Aozihdi)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 2 KMRT Red Line toward Gangshan South (Ecological District)


  • Exit 1: Sanmin Home Economics & Commerce Vocational High School
  • Exit 2: Mingcheng Park
  • Exit 3: Sanmin Home Economics & Commerce Vocational High School
  • Exit 4: Daba Hotel
  • Exit 5: Kaohsiung Arena, Hansheng Arena

Around the Station

  • Sanmin Home Economics & Commerce Vocational High School
  • Ruifeng Night Market
  • Kaohsiung Arena
  • Hanshin Department Store
  • Mingcheng Park
  • Arena Shopping Circle


Nearby stations

Preceding station   Kaohsiung MRT   Following station
Red Line
toward Siaogang

Coordinates: 22°39′58″N 120°18′12″E / 22.66611°N 120.30333°E / 22.66611; 120.30333

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