Originally named Cihou， Cijin is a long， narrow island that forms a natural breakwater protecting kaohsiung Harbor. The island can be reached from the city either by ferry or through the Harbor Tunnel. This small but scenic island features a 300-year-old Tienhou Temple， devoted to Matsu， Goddess of the Sea， which is designated as a level three national historic site. Cijin is also the only place in Taiwan where you can still ride a three-wheel pedicab driven by a man dressed in traditional Chinese costume. Yet another favorite attraction here is the fresh， delicious， and reasonably priced seafood.