Liuhe Night Market (Liuhe)
If you are holding a plane ticket to Kaohsiung to enjoy an interesting vacation in Taiwan island, then Luc Hep night market It’s a stop you can’t miss. Luc Hep They sell all kinds of food from Taiwanese food to Chinese food. World tourists come here not only to enjoy but also enjoy many famous delicacies and enjoy shopping. The first feeling when you arrive Kaohsiung Liuhe Market It’s a crowded space with no cars. However, the road is very clean and quite wide. Popular food at the night market Luc Hep fried seafood dishes. Followed by rotten tofu, pork, fried eggs and fruits. But the most interesting and special is probably the famous Taiwanese black caviar, which is very expensive, and the Zha Bing dish.
With a long history dating back to the 40s of the last century and with a prime location in the heart of the city, people only really knew about it in the late 80s. This is also the oldest night market in Taiwan. If you pass by this area during the day, you will not be able to recognize it because it is quite quiet. But only when the sun has just disappeared, this place seems to be blown up with a breath of life, with shops starting to move out. The streets here are wide, open and very clean even though it is a place of business. There are almost no vehicles, but only a few people jostling between stalls filled with fragrance.
Night Market in Kaifeng, Henan Province, China
Tourists come Night market in Khai Phong Not only attracted by the rich and diverse cuisine but also by the ancient features and traditional flavors of this place. This is a market with a long history, gathering stalls with Chinese specialties such as five-spice bread, steamed buns and more. The food stalls in the market are very diverse and attractive, many stalls allow visitors to freely choose. At night, the market is busier, so if you are lucky, you can find a comfortable seat to enjoy food, otherwise you can choose to visit the market while sipping food in your hand. !
In Kaifeng in the evening, the street Kaifeng turned into a night market with hundreds of stalls serving food to people from nearby cities and tourists. Seafood dishes such as shrimp, crab, and snail are pre-cooked. Many visitors to the market find themselves a seat to enjoy the famous dishes of this place. Many customers do not eat right away but buy on the way to eat while visiting the market. The most interesting culinary experience in Khai Phong is walking the Co Lau night market and enjoying food from more than 100 stalls. Is a prominent historical site of Khai Phong culture. It can be said that this place is a great buffet with an overwhelming variety, from appetizers to desserts, seafood or forest products, snacks to even dishes that challenge the courage of the connoisseurs like bugs. grilled scraper…
Gongguan Night Market
This market is located near National Taiwan University and subway station Gongguan. Besides the advantage of location, the variety of shops, entertainment services and snacks of the market has attracted a lot of customers, especially students. There are cinemas, bookstores, coffee shops, foreign restaurants, clothing stores, sports shops, etc. Since the customers are mostly students, the prices of the items as well as the food. relatively reasonable. The most famous dishes in Gongguan night market are oyster noodles, pig blood cake, buffalo foot milk tea and banh cuon. The shops selling these products are often crowded, visitors often have to wait in long lines to buy.
Want to come Gong Guan night market, please take the green line train, from Chang Kai Shek Memorial Hall station go about 4 more stops to the station Gong Gu Exit 4, go straight and turn left to get to the 2 most famous snack shops in Taipei, Lan Jia Guo Bao and Tran Tam Dinh black sugar fresh milk. Although I have to queue for both shops, it is very fast, about 2 minutes. A glass of black sugar fresh milk called qing gua nai – 10 yuan price is very good to drink, Tran Tam Dinh’s milk taste is not too fat, black sugar is not too sweet, the taste and pearls are chewy, worthy of praise… Opposite Tran Tam Dinh restaurant is Lan Jia Gua Bao restaurant, priced at 40 yuan/piece, with 60 types of meat, lean meat and fatty meat, waiting in line for 2 minutes to eat. Near the two shops above are the roads located in Gong Guan night marketThis market is very small, but most of them are locals, the price is also affordable, it takes about 20 minutes to visit the whole market.
Shilin night market (Shihlin night market)
Talking about the night market, it is impossible not to mention a place that is Taiwan, and the largest night market in Taiwan is Shi Lam. The market was established in the late 19th century, when Japanese immigrants built a small tiled house to sell meat, fish and vegetables daily. With the end of World War II, the market quickly developed and is now one of the most famous places in Taipei. The market is divided into two separate areas: food and goods. You can relax after a busy day by immersing yourself in eating and drinking with more than 500 food stalls, with Chinese herbal stewed ribs, sausages wrapped in glutinous rice, onion cakes or Swiss-sized sausages Lam or rotten tofu. If you do not like to eat very much, you can go shopping for clothes, beautiful shoes, toys, electronics,… All at very reasonable prices.
Shilin Night Market It has since become the largest and most popular night market in Taiwan, especially in regards to food, and a favorite focal point for nightlife among Taipei residents among both residents and visitors. The market is divided into two areas: Food and goods. The stalls around the traditional Duong Minh Theater and Tu Thanh Temple on Ta Nam Street specialize in selling a variety of goods. Here you can find clothes, hats, shoes, jewelry products and accessories at reasonable prices or shop for children’s toys and discounted electronics or shop for kitchenware. , entertainment equipment. Guests can also enjoy traditional massages or sing karaoke and play video games in the game rooms. What used to be the old Shilin Market has now become a famous food court, known for its unique Taiwanese dishes with more than 500 food stalls…
Fengjia night market
Fengjia Night Market As Taichung’s most famous nightlife attraction, the market runs deep into every nook and cranny from the main gate to Fengjia University. The market is open 7 days a week, from evening until midnight, atmosphere Phung Giap market always bustling with delicious dishes thanks to the skillful hands of the vendors, along with a variety of excellent dishes such as fermented rotten tofu and spicy duck head. Taichung has long been a stopover for those traveling north and south, as well as for those looking for some fresh food cooked in the middle of the night. And really the food here is amazing. Octopus meatballs, “loaded baked potatoes”, sticky rice sausage rolls, crepes, fried oyster chicken, sweet taro ball soup and super high ice cream all captivate the flavors of the night. Although it originated as a small market around Fengjia University, it has grown in popularity since the highway system was built and the nearby Taichung airport was renovated. Today, it attracts hundreds of millions of tourists every year and generates billions of dollars in revenue.
Once your stomach is full, you can watch, play video games or shop for clothes and shoes. The products sold here have a more mature style than Nhat Trung Street – which was built to serve students. In addition, you can also find many small commercial centers in the night market to enjoy shopping. Along with the Temple of Kowloon night market in Keelung, Phung Gia night market 11st place in a competition organized by the Taiwan Tourism Bureau. In November 2015, the market was rewarded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs for its excellent management, enthusiasm for tourists and environmentally friendly activities.
Huaxi Night Market
Huaxi Night Market, located near Longshan Temple, is the first tourist night market in Taiwan and is known for its delicacies made from seafood and snakes. The entrance to the market is decorated in traditional Chinese style with bright red lanterns creating a highlight and impression for visitors from all over the world. The most famous dishes here are Dan-su noodles, squid soup, pork soup and many more delicious dishes. The specialty of this night market is snake meat. According to the locals, snakes are a food rich in nutrients. Here, snakes are processed in many different dishes such as soup, medicine, and wine. If you are a person who likes new things, come to Huaxi night market and try to enjoy the unique dishes here!
Traveling to Taiwan with those who do not have a fear of snakes, witnessing first-hand the process of making food from when snakes are alive is really very vivid. First, the snakes will be led to the music, then captured and processed according to the customer’s order. Snake blood wine and snake bile, snake soup are specialties that are requested by many customers. However, this market also knows how to please the faint of heart when in addition to the dishes about snakes, there are also shops selling delicious snacks. Tourists can easily find the snake lane night market thanks to the Chinese style gate. The row of twinkling lanterns is also a bright spot that makes it easy to spot the night market from afar.
Shenyang Night Market in Liaoning, China
First we have to mention Shenyang Night Market in Liaoning Province, China. This is the largest night market in Asia, stretching up to nearly 2 km. Coming to this market, you will be overwhelmed by its hustle and bustle. Everything is brilliant and the aroma of the food spreads everywhere, making visitors from all over the world unable to hold back. Here you can find hot and cold food, household items or clothing, from traditional Chinese food to burgers. Shenyang Night Market has a turnover of more than 30 million USD a year and is one of the leading night markets in Asia. So, if you have the opportunity to come to China, visit this market to enjoy great food and soak up the extremely lively atmosphere here!
At night, the market not only sells cheap goods but also has a lot of hot and cold food stalls for you to choose from. You can enjoy quite unique dishes here, but perhaps the burger is a dish that suits the taste of many diners and is chosen by many diners. Here, it is especially famous for stalls selling many things, from food and drinks to cheap household goods or fashion clothing stores with a variety of designs and styles. At night, the market is bustling and bustling in a corner of the city with the voices of sellers and buyers, as well as with the shimmering lights of the wonderful lantern poles creating a charming nightlife area…
Tainan Flower Garden Night Market
One of the famous night markets in Taiwan must be mentioned Tainan Huayuan Night Market. This is the most famous market in the south of the country. The specialty of this market is coffin bread, which is very fragrant but has a shape similar to a coffin. You will be a bit scared if you just hear the name, but in fact this is a very attractive noodle dish with cream corn sauce. You will be quite surprised with the huge bread consumption here. Besides specialties, there are also a few other dishes for you to choose from such as: spiced blood pudding, pickled guava or the famous milk tea drink in this country. More specifically, at Tainan Huayuan Night Market It also attracts a large number of young people because there are many shops to play games, pinball or take pictures with friends, you will be full of delicious dishes here.
Tainan Flower Garden Night Market It is not only the largest-scale night market in Taiwan, but also one of the must-visit attractions for foreign tourists. Tainan. ‘s snacks Tainan has long been very famous, with unique traditional flavors or creative modern processing styles are very attractive. Come to Hoa Vien night market, visitors seem to forget about other shopping pleasures. Tainan Flower Garden Night Market is the largest and most famous night market in the southern city of Taiwan, and it is certainly one of the busiest night markets in Taiwan. Tainan Flower Garden Night Market It is also a place that attracts a lot of young people because there are many stalls playing games, pinball or taking pictures with friends, entertaining after a session of enjoying delicious food. Unlike other night markets, on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, Tainan Yuanhua Night Market become a bustling flower market, selling all kinds of flowers, bonsai care items, especially orchids and Banzai plants.
Mieukou Night Market
Mieukou Night Market located in Keelung City, the second largest port city of Taiwan, only after Kaohsiung. So, Mieukou night market Very famous for its seafood dishes. Come to Mieukou night market, you cannot help but enjoy the extremely unique and diverse seafood dishes. There are many fresh seafood dishes for you to choose from and the owner will prepare them on the spot for you. Famous specialties here include: stewed eel soup, scallop balls, and even some rare dishes such as: smoked whale shark, smoked dolphin.
Each night market in Taiwan has its own nuance, making a lot of difference for the diverse choices of visitors. If you go to the night market to enjoy seafood, come Mieukou night market, Keelung. Surely the food here will make visitors satisfied. This famous night market, located right next to the famous temple Dianji and its name Mieu Khau means “temple aisle”. About the origin of the name, the reason why the temple is so named is because in the past, in addition to the temple, there were often small shops, people opened up and placed it next to the temple to get the light from the row of lanterns in front of the temple. in front of the temple. Gradually gathering into a bustling market, today the shopkeepers often use a row of lanterns to decorate the front of the shop.
At night, the lanterns are lit, creating a special attraction for people to have more impression when coming Mieu Khau night market. In addition to enjoying seafood Mieukou night market, Keelung also sells a variety of items, from clothes, shoes, to souvenirs at affordable and reasonable prices. Diverse items are imported from many countries, visitors can choose according to their preferences and needs. In particular, if you are looking for unique items, you will be able to find out if you hunt for a little bit!
Raohe night market (Raohe night market)
This is one of the oldest night markets located in Songshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan. Along the road Many Ha About 600m long, there are more than 140 street vendors and more than 400 shops. The most famous and popular snacks in Raohe night market are tofu cakes, fried ribs, stewed ribs with herbs, crispy pepper cakes, scallop noodle soup, … or you can also change the taste with foreign dishes. Besides, visitors can also find everything from clothes, mobile phones or everyday items at this market. The market’s iconic mascot is an owl, representing the excitement and enthusiasm at night.
During weekends and holidays, Rao Ha Night Market famous often crowded with tourists and Taipei residents. In their spare time, Taiwanese people enjoy their time at the night markets, where a variety of local foods are available as well as a variety of fashion stores to shop. Bargaining with something you like makes for an enjoyable shopping experience in Rao Ha Night Market. The most special feature here are the local snacks, including vegetarian pork dishes, beef soup, herbal stew of ribs, bubble tea, etc. You can also enjoy exotic dishes. strange like Aladdin in India and Pakistani dishes in Rao Ha Night Market.