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7yo in Taipei, where to go?

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Re: 7yo in Taipei, where to go?

Postby Icon » 05 Jun 2016, 21:58

If Taipei 101 does not work, then at the department stores there are some areas for kids entertainment. There is the Ghibli store, which is really cute, and I think they may still have an Avengers exhibit at the Vieshow movie theater.
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Re: 7yo in Taipei, where to go?

Postby TexMex » 06 Jun 2016, 06:30

Icon wrote:If Taipei 101 does not work, then at the department stores there are some areas for kids entertainment. There is the Ghibli store, which is really cute, and I think they may still have an Avengers exhibit at the Vieshow movie theater.


They also have a Ghibli exhibition in Huashan 1914 right? I need to go look at it. Thanks all good ideas.

Edit:Oops just checked and is not open yet.
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Re: 7yo in Taipei, where to go?

Postby Icon » 06 Jun 2016, 08:30

The Children's Amusement park in Yuanshan is also closed today.
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Re: 7yo in Taipei, where to go?

Postby Icon » 07 Jun 2016, 14:08

So how was it?
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Re: 7yo in Taipei, where to go?

Postby TexMex » 07 Jun 2016, 23:58

Icon wrote:So how was it?


We had a lot of fun, we only did the Zoo and a little bit Taipei 101 mall. We were meant to be in out train at 7pm and we spend a lot of time doing the passport thing, but totally worth it.
I need to return next month, but I'm not sure if I want to take her from school another day and also my wife will be home. I'll probably just go myself.


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