Linjiang Street Night Market is located in a residential area of Da-an District. The market opened about eight years ago and today is populated with nearly 200 stalls selling a wide array of snack foods. The market is expecially popular among neighborhood office workers looking for a tasty and budget-friendly bite to eat.
The market is open from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m, making it a perfect spot for hungry night owls. Among the tasty popular dishes sold here one can find ganban noodles in meat broth, oyster noodles, oyster omelettes, barbecued sausages, soy stewed meats, peanut powdered pigs blood rice cake, Taiwanese-style hamburgers with stewed meat, rice noodle soup, sponge cake (ever popular with the kids!), and just about anything else you may be hungering for. Make sure to stroll a bit further down Wenchang Street to browse the stylish Chinese and western style furniture shops.
- Night Markets Themed Shopping Areas
- Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Linjiang St., Da'an Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Xinyi Anhe
Very nice night marketVery nice and middle size night market. We preferred the one from Raohe but nonetheless this one is varied too.
친구 동반 여행
Small but vivid night marketIf you want to "live" the night market experience, but dont want to go to the bigger ones, Tonghua Night Market is your gotta go. It's relatively small, but it has everything, fruits, veggies, chinese massages, clothes, stinky tofu, dollar stores, and arcades!
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
More local and authentic than other night marketsThis night market has more locals than foreigners visiting, so you'll be able to find more unique and authentic local delights catered for the locals rather than the big, fancy stores with "globalized tastes" targeted at foreigners at the other more famous night markets. Be game! Try these: - Salted crispy chicken / yan su ji / 盐酥鸡 (at market entrance) - Stewed meats and organs / lu wei / 卤味 (served cold!) - Stinky tofu / chou dou fu / 臭豆腐 (this has nice indoor seating) - Scholar's cake / zhuang yuan bao / 状元糕 (small pushcart) - Pan-fried bun / gua bao / 刮包 (medium pushcart) - Roasted (that's why they're black not green) sugarcane juice There's also a local brick-and-mortar shoe shop somewhere along this small stretch of night market. Managed to find many good quality children's and adults' sports shoes which are produced locally and thus much cheaper than when they are exported to overseas markets.
Night MarketA night market for foods... Nice for a walk after meal too. Solo or group tour are OK but will be great to have companion for walk.
Smaller neighborhood night marketSmaller night market with a good variety encircled by the furniture alley, shops and massage shops. A large quantity of food vendors with a wide variety.
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