The Malls in Taipei

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Malls in Taipei: Core Pacific City, Taipei 101, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi (four branches), Min Yao Department Store, New York New York (closed/under construction), Neo19, Miramar Entertainment Park

Shopping malls in Taipei are mainly concentrated in the Daan and Xinyi districts, though they can be found all over the city, including in Tianmu and Dazhi. Malls are generally the source of high-end shopping, while markets are for less expensive items. Prominent shopping malls in Taipei include: Core Pacific City, Taipei 101, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi (four branches), Min Yao Department Store, New York New York (closed/under construction), Neo19, Miramar Entertainment Park, Eslite Bookstore (five branches),  Asiaworld Shopping Center, Pacific Sogo (four branches), Breeze Center, Dayeh Takashimaya and so on.

Focus on Taipei 101: BURBERRY, Chanel, Armani

Taipei 101 Mall provides a selection of international trendy fashion brands and restaurants. Like the 5th avenue in Manhattan of NYC, Avenue des Champs-Élysées of Paris, Piazza de Spagna of Rome, Taipei 101 Mall is the hub of international boutique. The luxury brands in it include a.testoni, Cerruti 1881, Armani Collezioni, BURBERRY and so on. Restaurants and food court can also be found in Taipei 101, such as Cold Stone from the US, Godiva from Belgium etc.

Focus on Core Pacific City : Starbucks Coffee, Nine West, G2000, GUESS, Triumph

Core Pacific City is known as the Living Mall. It was open in 2001. The planners expected it to change the traditional consumer behavior to western-style one-stop shopping. Like other shopping malls, Core Pacific City has many world-famous brands as well as some local brands in Taiwan.

Focus on Pacific Sogo: Yamazak, Clinique, Kiehl’s, kose

Pacific Sogo is a department store chain, headquartered in Taipei. It owns 9 stores in Taiwan and 10 stores in mainland China. In 1987, it opened its first department store in Taipei. There are many food shops in it including the Yamazak, Beard Papa and Mister Donut. This department store focuses on the medium-end customers.

 

 

 

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