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Jiufen Old Street 九份老街

There are four relatively well-renown streets in Jiufen among which includes Jishan Street, otherwise known as Dark Street. Rain or shine the street never sees the sun’s rays of light and it is usually packed with people, particularly on weekends and holidays. The other three streets also frequented by visitors are known as Cingbian Road, Ciche Road and Jianci Road. It is recommended that tourists slow down, for on these ancient lanes and alleys, perhaps when least expected, a picture perfect moment shall be availed of the careful eye.


Historic Sites Family Activities 101 Highlights Themed Shopping Areas
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
Jiufenjishan Street, Ruifang Dist., New Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

Services & Facilities

  • Dinning
  • Shopping
  • Toilets


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  • Hendra W


    Great place for shopping and enjoying mountain view


    Its a great place to visit, they have a great food and pretty unique shops as well. They also have a great view in some of their hotels.
  • Kizomama K

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    A Must Visit- Jiufen


    The view at Jiufen overlooking the beautiful scenery down to the sea on an elevation 568 meters above the sea- it’s fantastic and amazing. You can also sip your tea to your liking while enjoying the views iin any of the restaurants in the place. Your going up and then down by walking is also a unique experience.
  • Dr_Bingcarlos

    Quezon City, Philippines

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    Friends getaway

    Too crowded!


    Because of its popularity, strolling in Jiufen's old street is not that enjoyable anymore. The crowds are just too much! It is also a challenge to find seats in cafes and other eating places. And it is even more challenging when it rains because there is just nowhere to take shelter except inside the shops. We did enjoy the usual attractions - the quaint shops, food stalls, etc.l A pity it was foggy during our last visit so the view from the cafe was not good at all.
  • ChernnieIyvonny

    Kota Kinabalu District, Malaysia



    We went to Jiufen during weekend so it was super packed! From Taipei city, you can go by bus number 1062 from Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station (Blue Line) (Exit 1). Or by using train to Ruifang before taking bus/taxi to Jiufen. It is a very nice place but the influx of tourists making the Jiufen trip was not very pleasant.
  • Brycebudokan

    Western Australia, Australia

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    Great little village


    Taiwan is full of night markets most of them unfortunately are all selling similar trinkets but jiufen had alot more to offer and the view is amazing. Definitely recommend Instagram/bryce96budokan

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