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Dihua Street, Taipei

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web
Dating back to the 1850s, Dihua Street today is popular among shoppers and foodies. This main avenue used to be called Centre Street and still contains historical architecture that is protected by the city. Explore this attraction, which has long been known as the center of Taiwanese commerce and sells products ranging from foods, herbs, and tea to Chinese fabrics and incense. Recently this area has seen even more business here in the form of cafes, vintage shops, and art galleries. Make Dihua Street a part of your Taipei vacation plans using our Taipei trip itinerary planner.
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  • From Shuang Lian station are so easy the directions away from the station, so I went on foot. I think it took more than 15 minutes. Street grocer sells ingredients used in Chinese cuisine there along. Didn't know the market tourist shops are cheaper than haze haicheng City God Temple near his shop. It was feeling city people
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  • I don't know maybe because my trip was short and it was a typical travel tour but during my 4 days in Taipei, Dihua street is the only place I found interesting. The old but clean and tidy street, the...  read more »
  • City God Temple haze from a friend's request went. Ask the shop so difficult to learn how to worship in Japan, but all at once explain better order. Very friendly and easy to understand. Pray through our sweets and tea bowl is finished. Hot sweet tea is the tea was supposed to serve so I was not surprised (^ ∀ ^) it is because it is so very incidentally amulet of Taiwan to Japan each year reorganizing eco ~! It was a wish comes true once you get married have sweets, please visit thank you. So I change catastrophe if you ask again the charm of Red yarn. God seems to be wrong once in a while is w
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  • Dihua street is one of my favourite places in Taipei. I love the architecture and New Year's market. Highly recommend
  • Should come here at least once. The ambiance of historical buildings are wonderful. Lots of nice boutique shops.
  • Very touristy market street. Samples with accompanying sales pitches a plenty. There were a lot if bulk goods.
  • A must visit on Taiwanese New Year Holiday! Go go go you will not be disappointed!
  • one of the traditional place to go in taipei, i think it is good for foreigners to get a rough picture of taipei in the past.
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