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Shopping Centres in Taiwan


Breeze Center

The first metropolitan style shopping centre in Taipei includes an outdoor coffee area on the 2nd floor facing the central courtyard. The ambiance is very comfortable and relaxing. The luxury floor includes Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Dior, Prada and other boutiques. The centre is also home to the Taipei branch of Dean & Deluca, upmarket bakery and the large Breeze supermarket.

CPC (Core Pacific City) Living Mall

Built in 2001, the structure is a complex of two buildings; an L-shaped building which contains speciality boutiques connected to a sphere which contains the Mira Department Store. The structure incorporated a special spherical design spanning over 135,000 sq m of shopping space, with over 15,000 sq m of lawn surrounding the building.

The complex consists of 12 above-ground stories and seven underground levels. The 4th floor is a Broadway-themed music café, Elite books on the 10th floor, and Xland on the 12th floor. The mall is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

DAYEH Takashimaya

Themed, This a shopping centre for the entire family. The centre includes a courtyard aquarium. The One and Tsiyao Pottery Works, two exquisite stores of local designer collections, are located on the 4th floor.

Guanghua Digital Plaza

Guanghua has Taipei's largest collection of electronics retailers. Shop for mobile phones, cameras, computers, electronics accessories, parts, DVDs, etc. Located next to Hope Market and across the road from Guanghua Jade Market.

Miramar Entertainment Park

The Miramar Entertainment Park is a new-age shopping and entertainment complex built with the idea of offering enough consumption and entertainment options to keep visitors occupied for a full-day stay. The most striking feature of this park, which was opened only at the end of 2004, is a 95-metre-high, 70-metre-in-diameter Ferris wheel that light up at night to add a strong touch of romance to the Taipei skyline.

Pacific SOGO

SOGO is the first Japanese-Taiwanese joint-venture combination shopping centre in Taipei, including the Zhongxiao main building and Dunhua new building. Above the entrance to the main building is the landmark Disney Small World cuckoo clock from Tokyo that gives passers-by a show of dolls from all over the world every hour, on the hour. The new building houses name brands such as Tiffany, Prada, Gucci, Dior, and many others.

Shin-Kong Mitsukoshi

Part of a major department store chain, the fun design of the arcade on the 1st floor and outdoor fountain at the top floor of this venue makes shopping here a new and refreshing experience.

Taipei 101

Taipei 101 is one of the tallest building in the world, with a mass of shops on the lower floors, incorporating many top brands under the LVMH group, such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Celine, etc. The 4th floor houses the Page One bookstore from Singapore, with the highest-roofed coffee house in Taipei and many fine restaurants. A large sized food court and the premium Jason's supermarket and deli are located below. Taipei 101 Mall is located at the base of Taipei 101.

The Mall

Taipei's first international standard shopping mall, filled with sunlight, trees, and flowing water, sits next to the Far Eastern Plaza Hotel.

Zhongshan Metro Shopping Mall

Taipei has one of the biggest underground shopping malls in the world. You can enter the shopping mall not far from Ximen District and walk your way underground all the way to Zhongshan MRT station. On your way there you'll pass Nova, Xin Guang San Yue department store, and Taipei main train station overhead.




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