The Rainbow Church is located on Cijing Island. The beach and the ocean in the background and the waters surrounding the Rainbow Church makes it the perfect setting for selfies, usies, or group photos with friends, family, and pets. It’s also a magnificent setting for wedding portraits.
Unlike most photo spots, there’s no best time to go. Great photos can be taken anytime of the day. If you go during the day, the blue skies will accentuate the bright rainbow colors. If you go during dusk, the warm colors of the sunset sky will give your photos a beautiful rosy hue.
It has a pink cross symbol in the alter, but many will argue it is not really a “church.” Rather, they are impressions of a church. Ultimately, the Rainbow Church is really what you make of it and what is meaningful and personal to you.
Architecturally, the square nave is more identifiable, while the alter is more abstract. Here are some photos of real churches and cathedrals to compare.
Photos from users are featured to showcase the allure of the Rainbow Church. They also provide ideas for photographic angles and poses.
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Photo Credit: yafei
小真真 complements the Rainbow Church with her fantastic sense of fashion. Ever the shades of red, white, and blue perfectly matches the rainbow colors. The rippled reflections adds creativity to her photo.
Tammy Chen captures the best angles of the Rainbow Church. Her photos are striking for the use of the Rainbow Church’s unique reflections and shadows. She’s also very photogenic.
Angus Peng shoots a perfect group photo. The Rainbow Church colors are vivid against the bright blue sky.
郭育伶 photos is quite unique. She created a peaceful scene with a pinkish overall hue that is juxtaposed by the sharp angles of the structure.
Xiioping also beautifully captures pyramidal alter in the background. This photos shows that even great photos can be taken on cloudy or overcast days.
Lydia features rich colors against the sunset, adding “pop” to the photo. Notice how the light pink in other photos is transformed into a deep, rich, pink.
Tripofalifetime features the Rainbow Church against a clear blue sky. Her green-accented shirt blends nicely with the palm trees in the background.
Christy Wu shows the scale of the Rainbow Church. It looks to be about three times taller than her.
Panfoo caught the moment of sunset. The warms colors are definitely felt. The water around the Rainbow Church looks like an “infinity pool” that extends to the ocean.
Hui Ying poses with the trendy V sign. Depending on time of day, the arches creates unique shadow patterns as in the photo.
mminnlee is very creative. She plays with composition and captures a stunning picture.
Nina seems like she’s on a model shoot with her looking away from the camera. Looks like the photo was shot in the early morning based on the long shadows. This also reveals a greener pool, contrasting with the aquamarine color of the ocean in the background.
Their photos rival any of the Rainbow Church photos for their charm.
My Kaohsiung Tip
On the weekends, there will be long lines of people waiting to take pictures. So, if you can, go during the weekday. Also, as you see in the photos, it’s pet-friendly.
Cover Photo Credit: Tales Tan