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<Taipei>Jianguo Holiday Flower Market

Feature Street From:Tourism Bureau, Republic of China(Taiwan) Author:陳嘉興

On every weekend and holiday, the Jianguo Holiday Flower Market, located under the overpass of Sec. 3, Xinyi Rd. and Jianguo S. Rd., is always packed with people. With a good mood of non-working holidays, everyone wants to purchase some flowers to brighten their homes. Besides flowers and plants, Jianguo Holiday Flower Market also sells floral instruments and seeds. This is obviously a heaven for gardening lovers. The Da-an Forest Park is sited just right beside the Jianguo Holiday Flower Market; hence it is definitely the best location to admire or buy flowers.

<Taipei>Guanghua Market

Guanghua Market opened in 1973 under Guanghua Bridge between Bade Road and Civic Boulevard in Taipei. It was originally occupied by used book shops relocated from Guling Street and unlicensed shops moved from Bade Road. Business at the market took a while to pick up due to the limited choice of items on sale. This began to change with the arrival of antique, jade and electronic supply shops in 1979; and in the 1990s the market consolidated its reputation as the go-to place in Taipei for computer equipments and other electronic gadgets, with over a hundred shops selling these high-tech items. On January 18, 2006, Guanghua Market was relocated to a new facility at 77 Jinshan North Road. In addition to computers and other electronic peripherals, the new market sells branded sportswear and athletic gear, DVDs and CDs, posters, PC and console games, books, stereo equipment, mobile phones and more. The market is known for its wide variety, low prices and convenient comparison shopping, making it a magnet for budget-minded student shoppers.

<Taipei>Dihua Street

Feature Street From:Tourism Bureau, Republic of China(Taiwan) Author:上允傳播

A walk through the Dihua Street Area gives visitors a feel of Taipei city's past. The old-town market has scores of shops selling a variety of traditional goods such as Chinese medicines and herbs, temple icons and incense, spices and dried food, colorful bolts of cloth, and bamboo and wooden crafts. It is a fascinating patch of the past.

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