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Miramar Entertainment Park information
Part mall, part amusement park, all fun. This entertainment facility in the Neihu suburb northeast of the city boasts the world's second-largest Ferris wheel, located on the roof. There are panoramic views and, of course, plenty of things to eat in Miramar's fine food court, and a giant IMAX cinema screen.