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The mall has several kids play areas. It is a bit difficult to navigate if you don’t speak/can not read chinese, as there is no English directions in the mall. We found great large play areas on floor 7 and 8. The Baby Boss area...More
I went here to this mall with 2 kids (5 and 2) plus one newborn. Originally we were going to Febo, but it wasn't open until an hour later. So we went to kidsburgh since it was open. I was extremely disappointed by what we...More
The Living Mall in Taipei has no foot traffic and almost dead place for retailers, but because of the lack of business, the operator has rent several of its floors dedicated for children of all ages to play and hang out and I think is...More
The Living Mall is a good place to shop for housewares particularly Japan made which were on sale when we visited. Shoes were on sale at the basement level where the food court is located. Around three floors were for children that include an activity...More
Traveling with our toddler, we thoroughly enjoyed our visit here, and saw wonder in our son’s eyes every moment he was at the mall. We had no prior knowledge of this mall, so it was a very pleasant surprise.
A great place to spend a day (or 2) just for children activities.
If you are here at the "living mall/core pacific city", check out all the other kids friendly activities it offers, there's an arcade, 2-3 other indoor playground, laser tag/air soft for adults...More
Not for anyone with exuberant kids. The staff were unsmiling and obsessed with not getting sued. One of the male staff man-handled my nephew for wanting to use a slide. I understand the need for safety but this crossed into the realms of dystopic fun...More
In a raining day on the weekend in Taipei, the kids woke us up very early and were eager to be out of the house; so we had to quickly decide to find some indoor venues to take the children to kill some energy and...More
Very quiet mall places on the outside of the city center. You'll have to walk about ten minutes from the mrt (close to songshan creative park). We didn't go shopping, seeing as we only went here to eat. Many various places to eat at on...More
Just another shopping mall,the design is different.Full of typical shops,food court,plenty of restaurants.Has movie theaters,kids play area etc.Not very crowded,which gives it 1 of my points,not worth visiting unless your in the area.