A brief guide to shopping (and bargaining) in Taipei

If Taiwan had a national pastime, shopping would be it. To say that our cities are filled with shopping districts is an understatement. In some parts of Taipei, for example, it’s impossible to state with any real certainty where one particular shopping district ends and the next one begins. This isn’t to say that there aren’t districts that are better known for some items than others. For example, if you’re looking for high tech stuff, the Guanghua Digital Plaza Computer Market (光華數位新天地, or光華商場 for short) is probably your best bet. Laptops, mobile phones, cameras…If you can’t find it in the main Guanghua mall (or one of the many individual stores or underground warren-like malls in the neighborhood), chances are good the item in question either hasn’t been invented or is completely obsolete. Perry Chua(@beefperryaki)分享的貼文 於 2015 年 9月 月 12 3:48上午 PDT 張貼 Of course, no serious camerahound would…