Quite possibly winning the "most likely name to confuse foreign visitors" award, this up and coming hub of the city provides for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Commonly referred to as the T&T, the building takes its name from the families Thurn and Tassis, who owned the building during the colonial era and used it as a shipping goods warehouse. Today, the T&T has several stores and restaurants for visitors, all in a covered, vaulted, and sun-lit space. Renovations of the building have aimed to bring new life to a once important shipping hub, so take advantage of the new, innovative, and daring outlets, and keep an eye out for traveling cultural exhibitions.
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