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Souvenir Shop

Postby sc3_iversean » 22 Apr 2012, 16:27

I'm going back to the States to see my family and friends in the summer, and I wanted to bring back some gifts. I am living in the Taipei area. Anybody know of any places where I can find some souvenir shops?

I also wanted to know if there's things you can get here, but aren't available in the States? That would actually be my 1st preference. Like maybe a I <3 TW shirt? Recommendations, anyone?

Many thanks. :)
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Re: Souvenir Shop

Postby Icon » 22 Apr 2012, 20:49

The Handicraft Market http://www.handicraft.org.tw/en/show.php?newsdesk_id=50

Jianguo Weekend Market

Pineapple cakes, persimmon cakes, and other goodies -hopefully from an organic store.
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Re: Souvenir Shop

Postby asiababy » 22 Apr 2012, 22:09

There is also some really nice contemporary stuff by young artists at the Red House in Shimendeng.

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Re: Souvenir Shop

Postby Battery9 » 22 Apr 2012, 23:46

There is a cool little store by Bitan (right next to the suspension bridge) but if you get to the airport early, you can buy LOADS of cool things just before you walk through the passport check:) Playing cards, T-shirts, mugs etc.
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Re: Souvenir Shop

Postby divea » 23 Apr 2012, 00:09

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