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If you are looking for interesting souvenirs, relatively inexpensive jewellery, Chinese paintings, ceramics, clothing, Chinese tea, teapots and tea sets, and tons of other interesting knick-knacks from all over China, Taiwan, Mongolia, Tibet, Nepal...more
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
No.957, Sec. 2, Wuquan W. Rd. Nantun Dist., Taichung 40869, Taiwan
On the day we visited less than half the stalls were open because an expo was going on elsewhere in the city and many of the shopkeepers were attending. Even so, the selection of jade items, teapots, carvings, Buddhist items, and so forth was more...More
This market was recommended by a local. It is a fun little flea market which carries many jewelries, beads and arts. Many things are cheap as the sellers are most likely hand crafting the goods. I bought few nice bracelets for $3 a piece! Great...More
This is the relocated Wenxin road Jade Market. Although you can find lots of nice items here and many of the old dealers have come along and it's even air conditioned, there is something to be said for the old feeling of a traditional jade...More
I've found quality products for souvenir in a good price, much lower than city center shops.
Variety of jewelry, specifically for jade and silver.
Also, there is a tea shop in 3rd floor that sells high mountain tea, I like the quality of that tea....More
This new location IS OPEN and .. TripAdvisor - you should wake up!
If you are in Taichung (or ather place in Taiwan) so the Jade Market is a MUST you should visit. And it is a place affordable to any pocket. But if you...More
If you are in Taichung over a weekend and need to find a place to spend an hour or so (those pesky hotel cleaning ladies!), wander over to the Jade Market on Wenxin Road. It is about a 10 minute walk from the Tempus Hotel....More
The Jade Market was great fun and has a wide range of EVERYTHING from inexpensive trinkets to fabulously expensive pieces (with people dressed in formal wear examining pieces using magnifying glasses to study the items closely)! The vendors stretched for row upon row. A great...More