Dream Mall Shopping Mall, Kaohsiung

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For a family get together or shopping trip, check out Dream Mall Shopping Mall, Taiwan's largest shopping mall. Find various family activities like a ferris wheels and other amusement park rides at the very top of the building. Here you'll find a plethora of brands suitable for everyone's needs, from Uni Qlo to Disney. Look out for the various cartoon statues found around the shopping centre to appeal to young children, as well as the variety of art and architecture giving the shopping centre a complex yet fun design throughout. To visit Dream Mall Shopping Mall and other attractions in Kaohsiung, use our Kaohsiung trip builder site .
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  • A large shopping center in southern Kaohsiung, where cars, light rails or the Czech Republic are walking, the business space of the dream generation is bright, there are many kinds of shops inside and the inside of the stuff is not expensive, often in the promotion of B1 food court or commercial restaurant has a lot of trans-national cuisine, the top has a movie theater, can be suitable for a holiday to visit this day
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  • Large shopping centers, cinema, super Business, the pharmacy, the shops, the sports centers, and so on, the holidays around here are very good for a long day, and there are plenty of restaurants to choose from, with absolutely no fear of eating, and plenty of parking places to stop.
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  • I went to this location to ride the Ferris Wheel. It is about a 12 minute walk from the MTR, and the mall is huge. You could do a lot of shopping but I went just to enjoy the sight from the Ferris Whe...  more »
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  • Awesome mall. Nothing like it in the United States. Very clean and modern and a lot of shopping. Things are pretty expensive, though especially when compared to America. It's a great place for kids, they gave a Yu Kids Island and lots of places for kids to play in addition to the Ferris wheel. There is plenty of parking (but it cost money, every 500 NTD spent gets you a free hour). Lots of specialty stores and a lot of clothes. It's huge you could spend a whole day and still not be done. Places like this makes you want to move here. There is plenty of great food and it's more reasonably priced compared to Taroko Park. I highly recommend visiting Dream Mall if you are in town there's nothing like it. Additionally the Christmas decorations are out of this world it looks beautiful.
  • Great food and drink options but considered expensive. Stores and styles are for the most part up to date. Takes several visits to know your way around the mall.
  • I've visited Kaohsiung in 2008 and one of the many reasons I missed this town is the big ferris wheel on the top of the mall. It's such a unique idea and unusual design for a mall. And about the amusement park which is also located on the top, it's such an extraordinary. Children can play all the games and we can relax our mind and throw back to the past, recalling a childhood memories. What a wonderful place to visit with family and friends! I highly recommend this place to anyone who visits Kaohsiung. I got an unforgettable experience there. 😊
  • I love the garden and mini canal, the open air and high ceiling makes it nice to sit around, especially Kaohsiung's weather is very nice (personal opinion) ! Supported with many choices of drinks & foods, fashion brands, accessible for dogs (I'm a dog lover), this place surely one of my favourite place to spent time in Kaoshiung. Oh I visited two times in early November 2017, seems like no winter in Kaohsiung 😁
  • Lots of stores to shop. Yet the shopping path design isnt user friendly, so is the parking fee machine, very confusing.

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