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Ningxia Nightmarket: Tours & Tickets

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Reviewed 26 February 2013

A small but good night market. Items are delicious, particularly, oyster Omlette, garlic or honey pancake. From Zhongshan exit 2 walk down towards Taipei circle in the Nanjing west road. At the circle right side you will find the arch indicating the night market. May...More

Date of experience: February 2013
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Reviewed 14 December 2012

Tons of different foods to try and a lot of pop-up shops to buy souvenirs. My favorite was the fresh coconut water.

Date of experience: November 2012
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Reviewed 14 December 2012 via mobile

This was recommended by my Taiwan colleagues. Instead of the touristy shi lin, I came here and never regret. A bit small But less crowded and food are very authentic. I ordered dried oyster, hot dog in hot dog, pork knuckles, muah chee... Think I...More

1  Thank skylerxu
Reviewed 3 December 2012

It is not as congested. A whole row of food stalls with wide variety. About 20 mins walk from metro station.

Date of experience: November 2012
Thank RaymondYong
Reviewed 26 May 2012

Ningxia night market is one of the few night markets left in Taiwan that is not fogged with tourism as yet. If you want to have a feel of Taiwan traditional night market, this is the place. It sells all kinds of food, but my...More

Date of experience: January 2012
1  Thank Nightling
Reviewed 11 November 2011

This night market is less crowded than Shilin Night Market, and it sells mostly food. Must try is the oyster soup, the oysters are very fresh, which makes this simple dish so yummy! And the sesame oil chicken at one of the corner restaurant is...More

Date of experience: April 2011
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nurulhusna07
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Response from Asoka_Superman | Reviewed this property |
I believe sea food is halal. If so there were many sea food palaces in this area. I did not specifically see halal boards anywhere around.
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angelsmil3
5 December 2016|
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Response from Shankarii | Reviewed this property |
nope...Chinese New Year is a public holiday in Taiwan 😆
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