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At least 15-20 mins walk from station. Better to take a bus or taxi directly to the place unless you plan to visit the Wufenpu shopping district first which is closer to the station. Typical night market filled with street food and shops. Nothing special...More
A vibrant night market with lots of foods & stuffs. Very near to the mrt. Along the streets you will have to get yourself into the crowds as there are really alot of people. Food generally are cheap and if you like to get clothes...More
In terms of color variety and merchandise quality. The famous Roahe pepper buns are here and the fact they have a branch at my hotel surrounds near Taipei Main Station speaks a lot for the popularity. Of course there is room for improvement when compared...More
My first trip to Taiwan Taipei was few years back and it was a fun filled vacation.
I was very impressed with one of the night market namely, Raohe nigh market where this is the first night market which I had never visited. Of cause,...More
Yes, it's pretty much just like any other Chinese night market, but it was still enjoyable for me! I always like these kind of atmospheres, so this place was so exception with the wide variety of food and goods being sold. Taiwanese people in general...More
firstly, make sure you plan to go here with an empty stomach. there are so many great things to try (for example a chicken schnitzel the size of your head for around $1.50 USD) great fruits etc are also available. be sure to try local...More
Rows and rows of vendors selling local dishes. There's so much to try and I really regret going here after dinner. We should have gone here on an empty stomach. We would have saved money too since food was really cheap here.
It was drizzling...More
This is the first night market in Taipei. Remember to try the fried soft-shell crab from this store "Nan Wang" which means "Not Easily Forgotten" (Translated).
You can go there by MRT (Alight at Hou Shan Pi Station) or TRA (Alight at SongShan Station).
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.