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Jianguo Holiday Flower and Jade Market
Jianguo Holiday Flower and Jade Market

Located just below the Jianguo Sout Road Viaduct, the Jianguo Holiday Flower and Jade Market is open only on weekends and national holidays. It is separated by Renai Road in the middle: to the south is the flower section and to the north is the jade zone. Most of the markets’ products, such as cut flowers and pot plants, are directly transported from flower farms. This is a great place to bring something green home because choices are many. If you just want to feast your eyes with flora beauty, this is also the place to go. The jade zone hosts nearly a thousand sellers who would proudly show customers their jade, jewelry and antique collections. Feel free to explore this under-the-bridge world of gems!

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Neihu Flower Market
Neihu Flower Market

Neihu Flower Market is the largest wholesale flower market in Taiwan. Here you can find all kinds of rare flowers and plants from around the world. Upstairs of the market is a flower-theme restaurant, and a few leisure facilities can also be enjoyed. Educational events are held from time to time. Looking for inexpensive fresh flowers? Come to Niehu Flower Market!

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Guanghua Digital Plaza
Guanghua Digital Plaza

You can probably find anything digital you can imagine at Guanghua Digital Plaza Computer Market. Such of course include computers and computer accessories, blank discs, electronic components, sound systems, video games, audio-visual products and even second-hand books. No matter you are a computer rookie, digital expert or stereo fan, Guanghua Digital Plaza shall satisfy your needs – all at once!

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Wufenpu (wholesale garment street)
Wufenpu (wholesale garment street)

Wufenpu houses plenty of wholesale garment stores that sell a vast range of clothes at a super bargain price. The store owners also accept retail purchases, so if you want to build a new dressing style, Wufenpu is a good place to go.

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Dihua Street (the New Year goods street)
Dihua Street (the New Year goods street)

Dihua Street retains some of the meaningful old houses of Taiwan in the most complete way. Since the late Qing Dynasty, Dihua has been the largest wholesale street of dried foods, tea, herbal medicine and cloth. Don’t forget to visit this street right before the lunar New Year, because at this time people like to come and buy snacks and foods to celebrate. We highly recommend Dihua Street to foreigners!

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The Old Pottery and Porcelain Street of Yingge
The Old Pottery and Porcelain Street of Yingge

Take a walk on this old street and you shall quickly understand why Yingge is so attractive. Old and new buildings stand next to each another, forming an intriguing contrast. In addition to the pottery museum, Yingge offers many pottery-making classes. You can also just buy some ready-made potteries and porcelains home, either for everyday use or for artistic appreciation. They make wonderful gifts, too.

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Sanyi Wood-carving Old Street
Sanyi Wood-carving Old Street

Sanyi’s wood sculptors are most famous for their “making use of the characteristics of the piece of wood to create something different.” This is how they make impressive works.

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Sanfeng Central Street (the dry goods market)
Sanfeng Central Street (the dry goods market)

Sanfeng Central Street is the largest wholesale dry goods market – it can be traced back to more than a century ago. In fact, Sanfeng best represents the dry goods industry in southern Taiwan, just like Dihua Street does in the north. Most of the shops on Sanfeng Central Street have existed up to two generations. The youngest one is also already more than two decades old. This is where culture is being passed down, not just some area with commercial values.

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Computer Street (Jianguo Second Road)
Computer Street (Jianguo Second Road)

Most of Kaohsiung’s buy and sell of computers, computer accessories, computer magazines, computer software and blank discs take place on this street. Southern Taiwan’s digital experts and general customers alike come to Jianguo Second Street to make their geek shopping.

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Stone Art (Shiyi) Market
Stone Art (Shiyi) Market

Hualien’s Stone Art Market situates on the intersection of Boai Street and Chongqing Road. The site was deserted for years as a former railway hospital, before it was refurbished by the Hualien Stone Art Association in recent years. Today it sells a variety of beautiful stone artworks.

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