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Taipei City Mall, Taipei

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Delve underground for a bustling shopping experience at Taipei City Mall, the first underground market in Taipei. Rows of brightly lit shops stretch 825 m (2,706.7 ft), connecting Taipei Main Station to a series of transport links. Popular with commuters and tourists, the mall consists of four main sections: fashion, electronics, food, and general stores. Browse your way along this strip of nearly 200 shops and fast food vendors, stopping for a coffee before searching for your next bargain. One floor underground provides an ample-sized parking lot. To visit Taipei City Mall on your holiday in Taipei, and find out what else Taipei has to offer, use our Taipei holiday builder site .
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  • When it comes to the underground streets of Taipei station, there is always a stream of people, although this is not as complex as the maze, but every time to come here, the size of the various shops flooded, always feel that will not stay for a long time, in addition to the underground street gathered a variety of trafficking selling hand shop, There is a place for people to buy something in Taipei. It's just that the rules of the underground street are not ideal, giving people an impression of chaos, especially if they go to the underground street near the back of the train, the feeling is very thick, although there are not many people there, if from the airport to go to the underground street friends, may feel a bit, because the definition is not clear, although there are many shops, But it's always going to take a little bit more time, if it's in the heart of the baby, I think I might as well take a look, but not specifically recommend there, if not a very directional friend, easy to get lost there, generally speaking, only a very small number of visitors will choose to go there. "Underground Street near Taipei Station" I think it's more of a rule to connect to Zhongshan, in addition to being honest and stationed, more of a plan to make the whole feel better than Taipei Station underground street, although it is not as many people in the North car, but always feel that walking there is a very comfortable feeling, And there's another different kind of breath. I would particularly recommend that from the beginning of the connection, you will feel different from the different car station forms, the Taipei train station is more of a business and a few restaurants, where there are many people who are really much but always in a hurry, because not many stores can attract or stay, even if there is only eye to this, But the underground street also has a good thing is that its four-way eight and rainy days will not rain, if the summer is not the best.
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  • When I went on a personal trip 3 nights 4 days in Taipei to traffic is all public transportation was available. I walked a little underground here before to ride the MRT to go to Taoyuan airport on the last day. I thought it is convenient to use as a way to pass through, such as when it rains couldn't walk that partially underground is so large.
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  • If you are looking for affordable finds then you are at the right place. It is part of at least 3 connecting underground malls located beneath the taipei main station. So, be ready to walk, walk, walk...  more »
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  • Excellent place to go shopping and seek out bargains. It's all located underground, and there's often free entertainment to boot. There are lots of places to eat and drink at, and it provides an excellent respite from the summer heat in Taipei
  • Good place to shop for clothes, games and toys. Some food options are available towards the tail end. Apparel prices are sometimes fixed but generally reasonable and negotiable. A lot of 'box' shops selling things at collector's prices. Can be a little tricky to find for first timers. Point to note that this mall is actually underground and is labelled 'Y' on their directories. Is physically linked to the mrt back to the airport and taipei main station as well as eslite mall (labelled K) and another underground mall (labelled Z).
  • Most of the stores just sell cheap things, not upper end things like you'd expect at a regular mall. If that's what your looking for then it's a good place to go but it's not what I expected. and it seemed that for such S humongous mall, a lot of the stores seemed repetitive in what they sold.
  • It's near Taipei Metro Station so it isn't that hard to find. It's underground and has lots of stalls in it. Souvenirs, little restaurants, and even gaming items are found here. The best part is that prices here are cheaper than the ones in the night market. Me and my friends bought our souvenirs here after long hours of finding the cheapest prices.
  • Long underground market, but only similar store. if you like console game, i think you get there
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