5 night markets in Taiwan

The bustling night markets are where visitors can explore street food as well as buy souvenirs. Let's with www.bestofwhere.com to learn about these nigh markets in Taiwan

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Huaxi Night Market, Taipei

Huaxi Night Market, Taipei

Located near Longshan Temple, Huaxi is the first tourist night market in Taiwan, famous for its fresh seafood dishes. The entrance of the market is a bold traditional construction, with red lanterns. Many shops along both sides of the road have existed for decades. The most famous dishes at Huaxi night market are Dan-tsu noodles, squid soup, pork soup ... The specialty of this night market is snake, prepared in many different styles such as soup, medicine, wine and a few other dishes. Photo: TK Kurikawa.
Shilin Night Market, Taipei

Shilin Night Market, Taipei

Shilin is Taipei's largest night market, located in the district of the same name. Guests can use the MRT station and stop at Jiantan station and walk to the market. Shilin is famous for a variety of traditional Taiwanese dishes as well as fashionable clothes. Most stores are in the building, but you can also see many shops and stalls lining the street. Some of the famous snacks here include sausage wrapped in sticky rice, oyster omelettes, fried chicken fillet and pearl milk tea. Market is closed late, until about 4am - 5am. Photo: Shawn.ccf.
Liuhe Night Market, Kaohsiung

Liuhe Night Market, Kaohsiung

Liuhe Night Market, more than 300 meters long, is located on a street of the same name, located in Kaohsiung City. At night, this place becomes the most bustling place in the city with colorful lights and stands selling attractive clothes and food. The first eateries first appeared at the market in the late 1940s. In 1987, this area became popular and today is a popular tourist night market. Most visitors who have been to Liuhe night market are impressed by papaya milk tea. Photo: Richie Chan.
Huayuan Night Market, Tainan

Huayuan Night Market, Tainan

Huayuan Night Market has a large scale. Thanks to the gaming counters, Huayuan attracts a large number of young people to have fun and take photos every night. As for food, the Huayuan night market is famous for "coffin bread" - a bread shaped similar to a coffin, filled with corn cream sauce. Photo: livingnomads.
FengJia Night Market, Taichung

FengJia Night Market, Taichung

In the list of the busiest night markets in Taiwan, indispensable for FengJia market, Taichung. The atmosphere of this market is always bustling and animated. Coming here, visitors can enjoy a variety of dishes with different flavors, uniquely made from local chefs, featuring fermented rotten tofu, spicy duck head, white octopus meatball, rice roll sausage, oyster omelets, crepes, baked potatoes, taro soup. Photo: TungCheung.

5 night markets in Taiwan 5 night markets in Taiwan Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on September 05, 2019 Rating: 5

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