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Richmond Night Market, Richmond
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  • On the last scheduled weekend for the Richmond Night Market [Thanksgiving weekend], my husband and I went to the trouble of taking the Sky Train from downtown Vancouver out to the Richmond Night Marke...  more »
  • This was probably a big highlight for me!!!! They had all kinds of cool and great Asian food!! And not to mention way cool drinks!!! With lights in them!!!! It's super fun! Family friendly !!! Go on e...  more »
  • There are 2 kinds of Richmond night market, is this one seems to be large. The venue changes every year in the year from 5/13 to 10/10 was. Just safe, could participate. Was held from Friday to Sunday. Hours are from 7 pm until midnight (Sunday until 23:00), very good breakfast. Until the entry queues. Got so Luckily we were over 60 years old from priority entrance (General on the left, the priority right is induced was) put it in less than 5 minutes. I was lucky. Basically in the Asian participants many black people's hair, nights for Southeast Asian city seemed. I feel something strange.
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  • Long queues to get in, on No. 3, to the parking lot, to get into the actual night market, then for the food stalls. If you don't mind spending a tiny bit more, then consider getting the zoom pass. Sundays are always quieter compared to Fridays and Saturdays but still busy. Parking is free, make sure you remember where you left your car. The food stalls are more or less the same every year and there are many stalls that overlap as well. In terms of shopping, you will probably find anything you want for your cell phone or tablet, everything else isn't that exciting.
  • The Richmond night market is a blend of a county fair, and a theme park! It's a brilliant combination, with a ton of things to do. You can stuff your face with some of the most amazing cuisine around, pick up any kind of knickknack or gadget you want, and then when you're finished – climb onto theme park rides and get spun around up in the air! Life pro tip - make sure you invest in a "zoom pass" which are sold on the way into the fairgrounds. It's much cheaper in the long run, and you save about half an hour in line.
  • Lots of fun, but with two night markets now the crowds are less and it's not so high energy anymore. It's interesting to walk around, people watch and have different foods but you can spend a lot of money on useless junk and salty food. It's pretty fun once in a while but once you see it, your more or less done...get a cell phone case or a hello kitty seat cover!
  • Alot of good food .... very different cuisines.... And rotatoes is worth trying.... Also there are some cool stall that sells interesting stuff such as Gorilla surplus, they sell bb guns, knives, masks, pepper sprays etc etc and other cool stuff at relatively less price than local market.... you should visit once atleast ... i am sure u will have wonderful experience
  • This isn't really a market, it's more of a fair, but if you're visiting Vancouver, you should definitely make time to visit this place! And definitely get a Zoom Pass! We got there 10 minutes before it opened on a Saturday and there was already a really long line. For $20 you can skip the line and you and 6 other people can use the same pass too. Or you can just go 7 times by yourself. I think they also give you 1 coupon book for every two people (or 1 if you're by yourself). There are a ton of food stands. Part of the fun is going around and getting a bunch of appetizers from different places and trying everything. The fried pork buns from the dim sum stand were my favorite, but they have a bunch of other stuff too. And you can use your coupons from the coupon book at the food stands!