Ning Xia Night Market

26 Jul

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Information: Night markets are considered typically Taiwanese,  and they’re always overly crowded (which is fun, trust me). You don’t see night markets like this anywhere else (Hong Kong has some for example, but they look totally different). A bigger Taiwanese night market could be over a 1000 meters in length and consists out of 40 % products, clothing and games and 60% food & drink. The Ning Xia night market is a very small one; about 200 meters in length. It primarily sells food. Intestines, fried seafood, fried milk products, fruit drinks, noodle dishes, desserts and anything you can think of on a stick are among the street food sold. These are usually small snacks; so you could for example skip dinner and spend an evening munching on snacks sold here. (We will definitely review nightmarket food in the future, don’t you worry).  The Ning Xia market is a great introduction to what a night market looks like and it’s very close to the Zhongshan MRT station (about a 500 meter walk). Plus, if you do hate crowds (why go to Taipei), this one is probably the least crowded of them all .

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More nightmarkets to come!

Categories:                       Street Food, Taiwan

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