One of central Taipei's busiest street markets, Tong Hua Night Market consists of dozens of food stalls (offering ... More
Tong Hua Night Market
One of central Taipei's busiest street markets, Tong Hua Night Market consists of dozens of food stalls (offering inexpensive vegetarian, Malaysian, Japanese and Taiwanese snacks), plus more than 100 vendors selling clothes, shoes, accessories and other knickknacks. Young people come here for the fashions, families come for the cheap eats and bargain household goods. Nearby Tong Hua Street, from which the market gets its name, boasts several places to eat and countless little shops.
This is a nice night market, though as Taiwan is famous for them, not the best. Lots of hot food on skeweres, people weaving through the thronging crowds. Open until late, 7 days a week. Also within 10 minutes' walk of Warner Cinemas, Taipei 101 (World's tallest building), Chengpin 24h Bookstore, the bars on Anhe Road. So all in all a good place, with food and cheap clothes near to where you want to be.
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