The Taipei government established the Guanghua Digital Plaza in 1973 as the Guanghua Market. It is an indoor multi-leveled technological and electronics market located in Taipei, Taiwan.
Originally created as a book market, it has become a popular shopping ground for printers, laptops, cameras and televisions in one location. The bottom floors are used for electronic displays, and the upper floors have vendor spaces, offices and repair shops. Companies such as Intel and Microsoft often display products at the Plaza.
There are future plans to create an information park around the Plaza. This will include restaurants, a hotel and offices.Places nearby: