On this page, you can find a list of the main night markets in Taipei City.
If you visit Taiwan, you’ll most likely end up spending a few days in Taipei. And chances are that if you spend some time here, you’ll be looking for something cool to do at night. In such a huge, modern city, there’s obviously a billion things to do at night, and maybe you should be reminded to make some room on your schedule for at least one night at a night market. Here are some ideas:
List of Night Markets in Taipei:
Shilin Night Market
Between Wenlin Rd., Tadong Rd., and Anping Street
Raohe Street Night Market
Along the intersection of Bade Rd. and Fuyuan Street
Huaxi Steet Night Market
Between Xiyuan Rd. and Huanhe South Rd.
Shida Night Market
Shida Rd, Heping East Rd., and Longquan Street
Linjiang Street Night Market
Intersection of Linjiang Street and Keelung Rd.
Gongguan Night Market
Intersection of Roosevelt Rd. and Xinsheng South Rd.
Jingmei Night Market
Between Jingmei Street and Jingwen Street
Ningxia Night Market
Few hundred meters from Dihua Street, in Dadaocheng
Miaokou Night Market in Keelung
This night market is not in Taipei City, but it’s one of my favorites, so I’m including it here. Miaokou, which means “Temple Entrance” is located in Keelung City, about 30 minutes away from Taipei by train, and 45 minutes by public bus.
Miaokou night market is popular for its seafood and tons of other street foods. It’s been covered by tons of travel magazines and food TV shows around the world, and that’s why it’s one of the busiest night market in Taipei area. I would say that if you could only visit one night market in Taipei, it should be this one!
There’s more than night markets in Taipei to keep you busy in the evening. Read about nightlife in Taipei and find places to have a drink with your friends.
If you’re not in the mood for partying, you can go shopping at one of Taipei’s many malls. Find out about the different shopping areas in Taipei.
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