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Shinkong Mitsukoshi Mall (Kaohsiung Sanduo), Kaohsiung

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  • Went on a Thursday afternoon. It is surprisingly quiet and not many shoppers. Generally an okay mall to spend your 1hour shopping around.  more »
  • Large department store located next to Sogo and across the street from a large shopping mall. Nothing really stood out. MRT Sanduo station is right outside, which is nice. Plenty of places to eat.  more »
  • Cannot believe that there's no any guest except myself! We need to line up for hours to get a seat if you go to the restaurant in Taipei.  more »