|08:45-09:00||Gather in MRT Aozihdi Station|
|09:50-11:20||Chen Chin Lake Water Treatment Plant||90-minute visit|
|11:20-13:00||100-minute drive & lunch break|
|13:00-14:30||Feng Shan Water Resources Center(incl. Fengshanbao’an Wetland Park)||90-minute visit|
|15:00-16:30||Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum||90-minute visit|
Chen Chin Lake Water Treatment Plant
Chen Chin Lake is a landmark in Kaohsiung. For the past 56 years, it has been providing sufficient domestic water for residents in Kaohsiung everyday. With the government and Taiwan Water Corporation eagerly propelling the water quality improvement project in Kaohsiung area, China Ecotek-SUEZ constructed the first advance water treatment plant in Taiwan. The construction began on March 8, 2002 and finished on October 31, 2003. Besides the construction, the DBO (design, build, and operate) project also included a 15-year operation with a view to provide the Kaohsiung area with high quality water. After 15 years operation, our team awarded a new 3+3 years operation contract again and started producing good quality and sufficient water to Kaohsiung citizen from February 12, 2019.
Feng Shan Water Resources Center
Feng Shan Water Resources Center was originally Fengshan Sewage Treatment Plant. It was built in May 2006 and officially operated in July 2009. The processing capacity is 109,600CMD. The major waste water resource is from sanitary water from Niaosong and Fengshan District and also from interceptors built along Fengshan river. Kaohsiung City will eventually face water deficit in the near future, and it is harmful to industrial economics. Consequently, Construction and Planning Agency promotes and motivates the reclaimed water becoming a stable source for industrial use so that the pressure of developing water resources can be relieved.
Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum
The Buddha Museum fuses traditional and modern elements, and is equipped with the facilities to assist in spiritual cultivation and the attainment of wisdom, as well as serving as a site for culture and education. The goal of enshrining the Buddha’s tooth relic was to create activities that show the Buddha’s compassion and wisdom in a way that people can experience concretely. Through their homage to the Buddha’s relic, people could recognize their own true Buddha nature.