|Location||Cianjhen, Kaohsiung, Taiwan|
|Opening date||12 May 2007|
|No. of stores and services||2,300|
|Total retail floor area||401,218.67 m²(parking included)|
|No. of floors||12|
5 below ground
|Parking||3,561 cars |
|Public transit access||Kaisyuan Station|
Dream Mall (Chinese: 夢時代購物中心; pinyin: Mèngshídài Gòuwù Zhòngxīn), located in Cianjhen District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, is the largest shopping mall in Taiwan and the 15th largest in East Asia. It is built and operated by Tungcheng Development Corporation (Chinese: 統正開發股份有限公司), a subsidiary of Uni-President Enterprises Corporation, Taiwan's largest food conglomerate that also runs subsidiaries in many other industries. It was designed by international architecture firm RTKL, based in Baltimore, Maryland and opened on 12 May 2007, and contains restaurants, movie theater, gym, and entertainment facilities including a rooftop amusement park.
The rooftop amusement park at Dream Mall is the home of the Kaohsiung Eye (Chinese: 高雄之眼) Ferris wheel. The wheel has a diameter of 50 metres (160 ft). Building and wheel have a combined height of 102.5 metres (336 ft).
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