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E-DA World
Taiwan

Located next to Guanyin Mountain Scenic Area, E-DA World is Taiwan's first comprehensive development zone. The large complex encompasses I-Shou University, I-Shou International School, Crowne Plaza, E-DA Outlet Mall, 

E-DA Theme Park, and more, is indeed a multi-functional vacation paradise. It satisfies needs for leisure, vacation, wellness, education, art, culture, shopping and real estate. Important activities such as the Asia-Pacific Film Festival, 2010 New Year's Eve party, and Kaohsiung Lantern Festival were all held here. Beyond a new choice for sightseeing and shopping at the Greater Kaohsiung, it is also a new vacation landmark.

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