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Sanduo Shopping District Station

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As residents arrive at this shopping paradise that is the R8 Sanduo Shopping District Station, they witness the coming and going of a surging wave of people.Once stepping into the hall, one can see the "Eye of the MRT" that takes the concept of empty space.Using radiating metallic roof, blended with the pattern laid into the floor, it created the likeness of millions of streams coming together.

This architectural design, called the "Eye of the MRT," is in reality an accessibility elevator.Because of its novel design, many visiting residents like to take their pictures in front of it.Ascending inside the transparent elevator, one can feel the bustling energy that the shopping district created.With the impetus created by the Sanduo Shopping District, it will remain the landmark of leisure, recreation and international tourism of Kaohsiung City.

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