Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium

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Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium
中正技擊館
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Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium
Taiwan
Location Lingya, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Coordinates 22°37′39.5″N120°20′05.4″E / 22.627639°N 120.334833°E / 22.627639; 120.334833 Coordinates: 22°37′39.5″N120°20′05.4″E / 22.627639°N 120.334833°E / 22.627639; 120.334833
Type Stadium
Capacity 7,000 seats

The Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium (Chinese :中正技擊館; pinyin :Zhōngzhèng Jìjīguǎn) is a stadium in Lingya District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The stadium was one of the venue for the World Games 2009. [1]

Chinese language family of languages

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Pinyin Chinese romanization scheme for Mandarin

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Structure

The stadium is separated into the Eastern and Western Zone with three halls in each of them of an area 620 m2 each. The audience stage can accommodate 1,400 people each with a total capacity of 7,000 seats. [2]

Transportation

The stadium is accessible from Martial Arts Stadium Station of Kaohsiung MRT.

Martial Arts Stadium metro station A metro station in Kaohsiung

Martial Arts Stadium is a station on the Orange line of Kaohsiung MRT in Lingya District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

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References

  1. "Chung Cheng Martial Arts Stadium - Kaoxiung City". Wikimapia.org. Retrieved 2014-05-01.
  2. "Department of Sports, Kaohsiung City". Khms.gov.tw. Archived from the original on 2014-05-02. Retrieved 2014-05-01.