Living Mall
Living Mall
3.5
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Shaped like a giant black orb, this family friendly mall has nearly a thousand shops-a mix of large stores and small stalls-plus kid's activities like go-cart, laser tag, and a Hello Kitty store.
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懿 龐
Taipei, Taiwan53 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015 • Solo
I really like this mall, but I can tell the crowd doesn't, there is a lot of things you can do here, dinning, shopping, laser tag, theme resto, bubble ball football and etc, it's really weird why people don't come to this place, and this is the only place I enjoy watching blockbuster movie, since I don't need to wait at all, I really hope their business can go up again.
Written November 21, 2015
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Christina H
Pasig, Philippines74 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
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 center, shops and even a spa. I noticed that all the malls that we visited - Taipei 101, Breeze, Sogo and this one have a Louis Vuitton boutique - must be very popular in Taiwan. As with all other malls in Taiwan, the Living Mall does not open until 11 am. Lastly, many English speaking locals refer to the mall as the Century Pacific Mall. The staff at the Evergreen Laurel Taipei Hotel did not recognize it until we showed them its picture with the huge iconic ball on its façade. It is worth a visit. My son just loved the L'Herbolario Shop on the ground floor.
Written June 29, 2018
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NewYork5555
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan423 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015 • Solo
I got off at Nanjingsanming Station, and walked for 5minutes to reach. From 2nd exit of the station, it was easy to find since the building was too big to miss.Building being big and high, but customers were few except floor where children played.Clerks were watching smartphone or chatting at each other with no customers.Some escalators stopped running, some shops did not open.Very near to Xinyi shopping area, it should be visited instead for tourists.Disappointed and tired, I took on a bus at the opposite side of the street and went to Taipei Station.The building is not customer friendly.Maps on shops are difficult to find.
Written November 11, 2015
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CYL L
New York City, NY49 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Family
the only reason to come here is for the kid's play zones. Despite this, just entering the mall gives you a ghostly, depressed feeling that you just want to escape. I don't care how much fun the kids are having --the interior feel is just so oppressive and negative. If you REALLY need a kids zone, go to the ATT for Fun Recharge mall in Neihu which is the newest Kids focused mall with 3 floors of play zones, rides, bouncy houses, arcades, and more!

Please do NOT spend your precious time at this mall -- it made me so depressed to waste my vacation days in this shell of a dead shopping center. And the food court! the signs are yellowed, i saw flies buzzing around -- gross. please don't even bother.
Written May 10, 2019
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Tony C
151 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Family
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 or older kids, u can rent and ride those small cars for the kids and "fun ball" where u go inside a big inflated ball and knock Eavh other down, it offers a small bubble for kids too. There's also a small go kart track here. Below are the floor and time it opens

2nd - 11am - fun ball (inflated bubble that u go into)

5th - 1-am - hape (small playground using Hape products, wooden play kitchen set etc, we looked at it but didn't go in since it cost I think $10 USD and it's small)

6th - 11am - FEBO (indoor playground)

6th - 11am - crazy kart (go kart, electric motor and it can drift, small size, fun for a ride or two)

7th - 10am kidsbrough/mermaid (right across from baby boss, large playground)
7th - 10am - baby boss (awesome check it out!)

8th - 11am - Austin land (playground, we didn't go)

8th - laser tag/air soft target range (maybe for the adults to kill some time while kids are playing, it offers 3 activities which can all be done in 15 min)

B2 - 11am - fantasy island rope course (we didn't go)
Written April 21, 2018
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Awyeong L
28 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Family
Have you ever wondered what happened if an evil super villain decided to earn some legitimate income? Then come here. The lighting is dim and there's a sphere in the middle of the mall, so it feels like you are a technician patrolling the dark corridors of the death star. There is also a dungeon level filled with screaming children, placed there by their parents. They spend their time throwing Styrofoam squares at each other. There are lots of activities for the local kids. but not alot for a tourist. It's also kind of out of the way. The nearest point of interest is the songshan culture Park and eslite spectrum. And if you're in that area, just go the eslite spectrum and skip this place.
Written May 15, 2016
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Kidult Kingdom
Hong Kong, China412 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019 • Solo
The shopping mall was built in 2001. It was the world's first truly 24-hour mall and Asia's first "city within a city" complex. When it first opened, the mall was open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

However, it will be closed at the end of November in 2019 due to heavy cost.
Written November 22, 2019
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Still49
Dunedin, New Zealand691 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Couples
From an architecture point this building is very interesting, but as a mall it has not worked very few people low end shops The best part was watching the kids play in a multi-story cages. If you want to go shopping don’t bother.
Written January 9, 2019
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CrabisGOOD
Taguig City, Philippines380 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
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 received for the price. It was very busy and very expensive at roughly 25usd for 3 hours.

There are no lockers included, so you have to carry everything. Your shoes and strollers are open for the taking as well. The facility didn't seem very clean. One kid was coughing behind us in a line so hard he threw up every where. They BARELY disinfected it. Just a quick mop.

The facility is quite mall and even for a 2 year old, it can be boring after about 1.5 hours.

They also don't control how many kids are in there, so by the time we left, it was really packed.

Overall, I wouldn't recommend it.
Written August 24, 2018
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MTWT
Hong Kong, China1,811 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Family
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 the Living Mall was not a bad idea.

I have identified about 3 different floors at The Living Mall with each floor offers various children activities for children of different ages all with very reasonable prices.

We started off on the 8F at Austin Land and the cost was US$30 for two adults and two toddlers for two hours all inclusive for all the rides. There was ball pits, big play zones, kids slides, robots ... plenty of activities for toddlers to spend hours of time to run around and play carts.

On the 7F there is also Baby Boss play zone and in the basement another huge children activity zone.

Written October 14, 2017
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Living Mall - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)