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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2007.

Dream Mall

(07) 973-3888
789, ZhongHua 5th Rd, CianJhen District, Kaohsiung City
Hours: Mon-Thu 11 am-10 pm, Fri 11 am-10:30 pm,
Sat and holidays 10:30 am-10:30 pm
Ferris Wheel Hours: Mon-Thu 11 am-12 am,
Fri & holiday eves 11 am-1 am,
Sat 10:30 am-1 am, Sun 10 am-12 am
Parking lot:3F~7F,B1~B2

Directions: Take Highway 1 to JhongJheng Interchange, take JhongJheng towards
WuFu Road and turn left on JhongHua Road. Keep driving on JhongHua until you see
the sign for Dream Mall.

Dream Mall, the first large-scale shopping mall in the south, is a place that combines shopping, leisure, dining, arts and culture. The mall occupies 121,000 pings of space, which is about twice the size of the Taipei Living Mall, and 6.5 times the size of Hanshin Department Store. The main building, called the "blue whale building", is, well, blue and wave-shaped, reminding shoppers that Kaohsiung is a city on the ocean. An 824-inch LED screen on the building's exterior can show thousands of people a live, international sports event. There is also a 36-carriage Hello Kitty Ferris wheel that is 102.5 meters tall and takes about 15 minutes to finish one rotation. From there, you can appreciate the city and harbor of Kaohsiung. Some of the 1,200 specialty and flagship stores in Dream Mall include: merchandise from Japan's Hankyu Department Store, Marks & Spencer from the U.K., a Cinemark cinema, Nitori from Japan, Pet Plus, and an indoor/outdoor theme park. World Gym, Hokkaido Ice Palace, T.G.I. Friday's, Working House, Gou Huai Tang (imported clothing and shoes), and Eslite Bookstore. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee


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