Links Shopping Centers The Mall Taipei's first international standard shopping mall--filled with sunlight, trees, and flowing water--sits next to the Far Eastern Plaza Hotel. Miramar Entertainment Park (Chinese Version Only) The Miramar Entertainment Park is a new-age shopping and entertainment complex built with the idea of offering enough consumption and entertainment options to keep visitors occupied for a full-day stay. The most striking feature of this park, which was opened only at the end of 2004, is a 95-meter-high, 70-meter-in-diameter Ferris wheel that light up at night to add a strong touch of romance to the Taipei skyline. Global Mall (Chinese Version Only) As one of shopping mall leading brands in Taiwan, Global Mall is committed itself to provide a full-service shopping center for consumers. Especially Global Mall Hsinchu, which was originally transferred and re-assembled from Shanghai World Expo 2010 Taiwan Pavilion, inspired by the traditional Sky Lantern Festival, the 4-story sky lantern shaped building represents the blessing and wishing well from the people of Taiwan to the world. It is a reminder of advance technology should always consider all natural beings and balance in all things. It also represents Global Mall’s view of providing supreme services. C.P.C. Living Mall (Chinese Version Only) The structure incorporated a special spherical design spanning over 135,000 square-meters of shopping space, with over 15,000 square-meters of lawn surrounding the building. The fourth floor is a Broadway-themed music caf0, Elite books on the tenth floor, and Xland on the 12th floor all operate until 2am. Breeze Center The first metropolitan style shopping center in Taipei includes an outdoor coffee area on the second floor facing the central courtyard. The ambiance is very comfortable and relaxing. Taipei 101 Taipei 101 is the tallest building in the world, with a mass of shops on the lower floors, incorporating many top brands under the LVMH group, such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Celine, etc. The fourth floor houses the Page One bookstore from Singapore, with the highest-roofed coffee house in Taipei and many fine restaurants.