Keelung Miaokou Night Market, Ren'ai District

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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 Ren'ai District trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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  • As well as stepping into the night market and not knowing what to eat, at the beginning of the Qing dynasty even the results of a few crowded, I also because I have to go to work also did not stroll too long went back, the most impressive is to eat a bowl I do not want to read the dishes
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  • We went here around 1pm. It was bit crowded but we found a stall with seats available. We enjoyed the street food especially the sausage and sticky rice.  more »
  • To tell the truth around noon from bath this time, eat delicious food. Give bread sandwich? The addicted to yellow curry, oyster omelet. I don't game is small scale, but tasty. Access is easy from the bus stop next to the Taipei main station at the base, to go in about 50 minutes, it is convenient. Then here is useful to tourism in 9 minutes.
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  • I enjoyed the Keelung Night market. The prices were a little above average but most of what I tried were good. I guess the place was organized for tourists as it seemed like they limited it to one or two at most selling a certain product. It was a pleasant walk checking out which local food to try. There was a stall selling delicious meat buns and the person running it was extra nice. The Turkish ice cream was fun too.
  • It is okay, but variety of food not that much, majority selling seafood (duh?!) as it is near the port. The 一口蟹 literally translated crabs small enough to put into your mouth whole, is interesting as you don't see it in other night markets. The 猪血汤 which is pig's blood soup was ok, bland. The best of all is the 肉焿 which is the pork's stew, is a clear soup that is flavourful and rich. If you are sharing amongst friends, you can order a large one. The night market spans along 2 streets perpendicular to each other.. interesting to walk. Have fun! 😊
  • Lots of really good and different Taiwanese street foods here compared to other night markets. This night market has not been too well known to the tourists yet so the prices are still more reasonable compared to the bigger well known night markets. This is a little out of the way, but there are buses and trains that will take you directly to keelung. If you are sick and tired of the other night markets in Taipei, it'll be worthwhile to come here at least once.
  • Of the 7 night markets in Taiwan that we have visited, this night market has the most selection and a huge variety of great tasting food. We came in during the Ching Ming holiday, which means everyone has time off from the office. There were so many people out and about. It is a pretty impressive experience and I had a wonderful time eating and interacting with the locals as we were sharing a table with another couple. The night market culture in Taiwan rose around temples, as temples are natural meeting areas in towns and cities. As more people congregate around temples more frequently, these night markets grew in size. And because the temples are the hub for night markets, the temple caretakers gives the patrons of the night markets access to the restrooms/toilets. This is handy information for foreign visitors who maybe looking for a place to wash up before and after a night at the night markets.
  • It should be the most attractive attraction of Keelung City, it is about 10 minutes walking distance away from Keelung train station. There are tons of food stalls here, the food here was quite cheap and delicious, as Keelung City is at the harbour front, the are some food stalls selling seafood. Other than seafood, there are still a lot of choices here, you can definitely fill in your stomach with a reasonable price.
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