Guanghua Electronics Market - Taipei
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This tech mega mall is one of Taipei's biggest draw cards, especially for Taipei City tourists who venture onto the lovely island with a few dollars to spare and a tech wish list in mind. Gang Hua digital plaza houses tech retail heavyweights, as well as tech vendors, pawn shops and repairmen, inside of the 6-story mega complex. The first floor of this digital mall acts as a sort of showroom, where vendors display their latest and greatest technology products to visitors browsing. Still, all items are on sale and can be adapted to the customer's requirements within minutes - thanks to tech specialists and store rooms located within the area.
On the second and third floors of this technology mall, over one hundred and ninety-six stores retai their flagship products. Xining Guozhai Electronics Market can be found on the fourth and fifth floors, while the sixth floor is occupied by repair shops, tech workshop labs and office spaces. Parking can be found in the the mall's basement.
The well-known phrase 'Made in Taiwan' is no accident. This tiny island is seriously ahead of the curve on a great many things electronic, being home to some of the technology industry's big players. That being said, you'll find the supply at Gang Hua digital plaza cutting edge. This is also a great place to get the finicky specific items or add-ons that you may be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. Computer components, hard drives, memory cards, graphic cards, you name it. For gamers, tech-savvy consumers and camera enthusiasts, Gang Hua Digital Plaza is a veritable wonderland. Also, because all of these merchants are moving the best of Taiwan's tech under the same roof, competitive pricing works in the buyer's favour.
Gang Hua digital plaza is a must see - something for everyone at less of the price than what you're likely used to. The mall is found on the intersection of Xinsheng North Road (新生北路) and Civic Boulevard (市民大道), a three minute walk from Zhongxiao Xinsheng MRT station.
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