Keelung Miaokou Night Market, Keelung

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Known for its three distinct corridors decorated with bright yellow lanterns, Keelung Miaokou Night Market caters to hungry travelers and locals with regional cuisine of all varieties. Maps and menus in English, Japanese, and Chinese ensure you won’t get lost in the array of small food stalls. The rich aromas of fried noodles, desserts, soups, and tempura dishes overwhelm the market, while the chatter of crowds and huddled passageways create a lively atmosphere. Try the local delicacies--cocoa coffee, Wanji tempura, and pot sticker soup. In addition to food and beverages, shop for clothes, accessories, and other souvenirs. Find out how to plan Keelung trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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  • I was in the summer to visit, on the big stop on the day of the August 15, the Temple of light fire, crowded crowd. Food generally, eating meat, snow sponge ice, nutrition sandwiches, the only thing that is delicious is nutrition sandwiches. Do not like people crowded, advice directly to the Keelung port to blow the sea breeze to eat dinner, or perhaps this way, will feel the temple mouth snacks more delicious also say uncertain!
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  • The Keelung temple in Keelung is really a great place, not only something tasty and cheap, but also the MV scene of Jie to make an interview really great.
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  • Because of the relationship between the great wind and the other suburbs, we have to stay in the city. Temple, the Night market is about 3, 4 points around the beginning of the food store, a lot of different kinds of small food dishes, the most remember is still the golden oil meal, the shop staff really put into the tower of the same son, good fun.
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  • My favorite night market in Taipei. You need to take a bus from Taipei, which will take 30 minutes or so to get there, but it's worth the trip. They have many unique snacks that you won't find in other markets.
  • This night market has lots of trendy stuff to buy. It is very clean and neatly organized. It is also popular for it's tea shops and cafes that have amazing views to the ocean and Keelung port.
  • This is an amazing market. It seems to go on forever. You have to be there VERY late to see all the lanterns illuminated.
  • Arrived at night. First impression was the markets were chaotic. However a decent variety of Taiwanese delicacies were offered.
  • Of course they have great foods and drinks. I can't compare this night market with any other. I like this place.

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Where to stay in Keelung

Most visitors head to Keelung on a day trip from Taipei, with the port city linked up by bus and rail to the capital and journeys taking about half an hour by road. If you're intent on staying the night, Keelung offers a decent number of accommodations located primarily around the main harbor area. There, you'll find high-rise hotels enjoying views of the city and the water. Humbler and less expensive guesthouses on the side streets leading away from the harbor provide a good option for those on a budget.
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