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A popular spot for the younger crowd with a lot of entertainment avenues like movie theatres, Karaoke lounges, hair salons, shopping malls and street performances. Touted as one of the most popular tourist spots, it is known as a shopping paradise. During holidays and weekends, locals gather here for art and culture events, sports events and music performances. read more »

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Wu Fen Pu is definitely the place that all ladies must visit. It is a well-known place where you can find all kinds of fashionable clothing and accessories at low rates. There are many wholesalers from other countries as well who will have their stocks taken from Wu Fen Pu. read more »

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Taiwan is known for their variety of electronics and of course, everyone there would go for the latest and cheapest electronics when they visit Taiwan. Kuang Hua Shopping Mall is the biggest shopping centre for electronics in Taiwan. Furthermore, you will be able to get bargain deals from local brands such as HTC, Acer, Asus and other international brands too. read more »

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Famous for their shopping district, Taipei has more than half of all the department stores located in Chung Hsiao East Road. The domination of department stores in Chung Hsiao East Road not only has whatever brands you are keen to purchase from, their quality of services will definitely be of satisfactory. It is able to attract different shoppers due to the different categories of goods the entire shopping district provides. read more »

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Dream Mall in Kaohsiung is currently the largest shopping mall in Taiwan and the largest one yet in that of East Asia. It was designed by renowned architect based in Baltimore and was officially opened on May 12, 2007. It is a good place for families to spend quality time with one another with the awesome rooftop amusement park, numerous restaurants, movie theater, gym and other entertainment facilities. read more »

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Xitou Monster Village, is officially known as 松林町(Alternative name: 妖怪村). A replica of Japan’s Mizuki Shigeru Road, Xitou Monster Village is a Japanese styled shopping district featuring monster themed souvenir shops, food stalls and a bakery. In the evenings, the shimmering lanterns light up every store. read more »

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Still unable to fulfil that shopping craving? Visit the Breeze Centre in Taipei. Boasting eleven floors of retail space, it features an astounding array of top fashion brands, making it the premier shopping location in Taipei. One can also find a six-screen multiplex theatre, department store, food court and supermarket here. read more »

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The Shinkuchan Commercial Zone is Kaohsiung's famous shopping paradise, featuring numerous international brands and designer goods, all in synch with the latest trends in major cities from around the world. It is also well known for the variety of stalls selling gourmet food here. read more »

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E-Da Outlet Mall has gathered a lot of the major brands under its roofs and promote a price reduction across the brands to create the ultimate shopping haven for consumers. As far as they have created a shopping paradise, they have also make a point that it does not lack in its entertainment aspects, owning the tallest Ferris Wheel and biggest 3D movie threatre in Taiwan and having new concepts of entertainment such as ice gallery and baseball stadium at its location. What's more, many various Taiwan's local street dishes stall owners have also been attracted to set up their stall at the place of E-Da Outlet Mall, this means you will get three kinds of satisfaction at this place. read more »

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Bringing together countless retail outlets, departmental stores and boutiques, Sanduo Shopping District in a shopping paradise in the heart of Kaohsiung. It boasts a wide range of merchandise at affordable prices and is thus becoming increasingly popular with the city's youth. read more »

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If you have the cash and the desire to shop till you drop, be sure to make your way to BellaVita. This is the shopping mall where Taipei's socialites and well-to-do ladies like to patronise. You will definitely find all kinds of branded items here and there will also be a top restaurant, known as L'atelier De Joel Robuchon - Michelin 3 stars which is located at the fifth level. read more »

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Yi Zhong Shopping District is a popular shopping district in Taichung. Here, tourists enjoy coming to buy the cheapest clothes and accessories in town. Also, it is a great place to try the world-famous local street delights of Taiwan. read more »

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The Warner View Show in Xinyi as a huge shopping complex with numerous shops and also a cinema. The distinctive feature of the Viewshow Village, however, is the numerous street artists, including sketch artists and musicians, that can often be found performing along its walkways. This makes for a most interesting shopping experience. read more »

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Core Pacific City was built in 2001 - the start of the Millenium - in Taipei, with expectations to lead a great change for Taiwan's consumerism habits. When it first opened, the mall operated 24 hours and 7 days a week, fiercely making a reputation for itself as the new shopping mall that will lead a paradigm shift in the shopping industry. The architectural design of the Core Pacific City consists of a colossal sphere that has a total of 9 levels with walkways connected to the L-shaped building which has a total of 12 floors. read more »

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In a bid to increase consumer spendings, the government have decided to incorporate a modern touch to Yong Le Street, a traditional street, transforming it into a modern shopping district with standardised and neat street sign boards, providing shoppers with a clean and brightly lit environment, with the addition of modern elements to add to a more pleasurable shopping experience. The Wing Lok Street Shopping District is currently concentrated on fashion clothings and accessories, hence attracting the younger generation to this shopping district. Lying within the shopping district is a temple, which is a level three heritage site, hence deserving a visit. read more »

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