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This must be the most well organized night market in the east coast of Taiwan! it's divided into sections according to the stores origin and the walkways are clean and nicely paved.. There're shows to watch, free music sung by amazing musician and great food...More
This was our first night market experience. There were mostly food vendors and we had already eaten dinner so we just looked at everything. We had to walk quickly past the booths that had stinky tofu because the smell was so disagreeable. If you are...More
This was a lively night market that was charming and fruitful. It seems as if this night market, in particular, has lots of games for younger children (and older ones alike) to play. There was also a lot of entertainment. But who could forget the...More
Our family of 4 went to the Dong Da Men Night Market for a dinner 2 nights in a row (Wed and Thurs) [we also ate at a wonton restaurant beforehand.] There was rain both nights but we stayed mostly dry as we were eating...More
Taiwan has some lovely night markets and this one is especially different. Wide walkways and sparsely visited make it super charming. Interesting food options – try the coffin toast and mashed potato omelette.
This night market is not as crowded as the ones in Taipei; possibly due to less population/tourists. The aisle-ways are wider & there are plenty of open spaces. There is a main stage area where local bands/singers perform; as well as smaller impromptu spots where...More
Foods sold at night markets around Taiwan have become notorious. I mean notoriously same. You will find the same food is sold at at least two different shops. Despite the limited food choices, the night market does have a boulevard-grade walking space. You won't feel...More
This is a fun market which seemed to me to be a bit different from other night markets I’ve been to in Taiwan, as this one was more food and games focused and way less clothing and items shops. What I liked most about this...More