- B1, No.100, Sec. 1, Civic Blvd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Opened in 2000, this underground mall links the Taipei Main Station with other transportation systems, bringing a steady stream of commuters to the stores here. Various events and displays are also hosted here, making the mall a popular spot for leisure and shopping.
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R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Taipei Main Station
Torquay, Reino Unido
A nightmareOn one hand I found a cheap anime figure but more obscure characters you won't as they cater for the masses, not a collector. Despite internet pics and Google translate you just get laughed out the stores: A-you have zero chance of getting it B-they didn't understand me For 'tat' clothes, fake bags, dodgy jade and things like loose tea with pottery sets, fake apple cables and cheaply made electronics then this is the place for you. Or if u need an umbrella!!! The actual department store inside is very poorly signed for each department but saying that there are branded clothes and sportswear including a varied basement collection of eateries. On 1st visit I spent 2 hrs not including the dept store or eating. Admittedly I did repeat my steps several times. I've seen a lot better and certainly alot worse, in Asia.
Nice experianceUnderground mall with a lot of small shops. Interesting place for buying games, toys, food court, clothes, Indonesian food, souvenirs
Hong Kong, China
Underground Toy StreetTaipei City Mall is an underground market with a large number of toy stores to choose from. I think you’ll agree with me when I say, the great advantage of the underground shopping street is not afraid of climate change. No matter there are hot in Summer or cold in Winter, there is still the best shopping place for the young and old.
A long shopping streetA long shopping street that is basically filled with things to buy. If you are not into shopping its still worth some time to walk around and enjoy the vibe. Its amazing around here, not too overwhelming yet not boring.
Happy Taiwan sightseeing experience!How many times have you faced such a situation when you reached your destination, but your hotel check-in time is zillion hours away or your flight check-in is at night and you have same day hours for sightseeing. Carrying luggage for a sightseeing day is a hassle. I have faced that irritating situation while I was in Taiwan on my solo trip. After checking out of my hotel at 11.30 am, I got a message that my flight was delayed by 5 hours. I was elated as I got a few more hours to roam around the beautiful city of Taipei, but I had to keep my luggage somewhere. There, among the many boons and banes, technology became a savior for travelers like us. Suddenly, my experience in Europe flashed in mind that I realized there must be luggage storage rental services in Asia as well. Well, luckily I got to know about Lalalocker, my savior. It was cheap as well and they operate out of salons, restaurants, cafes and many other common locations along the metro. However, these services recommend you not to keep expensive items in your luggage, just in case. So, keep a small backpack handy to carry your expensive stuff with you before ditching your luggage. Tell me what do you do?
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