Specialties:Thick squid soup, oyster omelets, goose meat, meats ball
The Huaxi Street Tourist Night Market is the most well known international tourist night market in Taipei, for more than 50 years of history selling mostly tonic food, Chinese herbal food, crafts, commodities, gourmet snacks. Seafood cuisine is especially famous here, and the "Tainan Danzai Noodle" House decorated in art-deco style is Huaxi's signature gourmet restaurant. Other special features that attract large crowds are the Chinese herbal cuisine cooked with snake, foot massage shops, healthoriented spa.
- Night Markets Themed Shopping Areas
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- From Wanhua Train Station to Huaxi street, Wanhua Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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Famous Night MarketThis is one of the famous night market in Taipei. Use to be a red light district in Taipei, the place has transformed itself into a tourist attraction where you can try some of the local delicacies and traditional Chinese foot massage. Went there in the afternoon to have late lunch and it was not as crowded. Evening is probably where the crowd will come in.
Cute street marketNice to walk around and see the difference between western and eastern food 😅 if you want you can try snake as well. Walkable from Taipei station.
Found a hidden gem in this average night street marketDespite an average night street market, I found a dessert shop that serves delicious Tang Shui (Sweet Soup Dessert) & Mochi balls, which owned by an old elderly woman & her family.. Highly recommend their bestseller large mochi balls laced with sugar peanut powder, served hot & best eaten during cold nights.. However, they closed on Mondays, so take note on that..
Worth visiting, great food selectionSomewhat different from other night markets, it does sell somewhat unique dishes like the snake. Great place to shop, eat and play. Great food selection, my fave was oyster, oyster noodles and oyster omelette. Many games to play, clothing stores to shop. This night market sells many Taiwanese snacks, drinks and street food.
Could be betterIf you have a hankering for the old days before Taipei was cleaned up, you will like this night market. It's only a hundred yards (metres) from the Longshan Temple, It's a bit on the sleazy side. There are a number of temples nearby in addition to the Longshan Temple that are worth seeing.
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