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Night markets are a Taiwan tradition, and even if all you do is walk from end-to-end, it's worth a visit here. The night market has the usual mix of food stalls, arcade-style games, shops, and other services like fortune tellers. I got some fried milk,...More
Definitely more of a local night market with less tourists than bigger ones like Shilin. The food is awesome with tons of cheap choices. Fun place to walk around. Highly recommend eating at the first station past the entry gate, which serves famous black pepper...More
Compared to other night markets in Taipei, this one resembles Divisoria the closest. You'll find here mostly shops and eateries on both sides of the street and in the middle of it! If you love food trip, then this is one place where you can...More
Could try the sesame Tang Yuang( sticky rice balls) shaved ice with fermented rice soup and sweet osmanthus brew. Minced pork rice and Peng Hu grilled oysters are recommended, too. Full of tourists after 1700.
These buns will change your life! They are epic in every way! Size, taste, quality and value. There’s a stand just outside the market, which we went too and then there’s the ‘popular’ stand just inside the market. Both have long queues that move quickly,...More
This was the "mother" of all night markets. Stretching for many blocks and loaded with people it is well worth a visit. Almost anything is for sale especially foods. Despite the many people all is orderly and perfectly safe.
The pork pepper buns as you walk into the market from the MRT entrance are to die for. If you only go for these it is worth it.
Heaps of food and drink. Variety stalls also. Great atmosphere. Can get a massage here also. There...More
Food in Taiwan overall will not break your wallet, however, really depending what you buy. The majority is at a good price. Most of the food in night market is affordable and good eat for a local and tourist.