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Pleasant place for a family stroll during the early evening. Look out for Impromptu performance. I believe weekend evenings are more interesting with special exhibitions and events (we were there on a Saturday night - so there were stalls set up to sell handmade craft...More
The night market was not open on Wednesday, so we walked around instead. There are a lot of Hot ballon shape lanterns on both side of the street. Frankly speaking, not too many choices to go or eat in Taichung City.
I actually had high expectation for this place, and was slightly disappointed as it was not as big and happening as I have expected. Nevertheless it was still a unique experience, especially when my parents who went with me got to see and experience this...More
I saw some bloggers wrote stories about this place, so I planned a railway trip from Taipei to the southern part of Taiwan. Very nice weather here at this town, even in February.
Spent a few hours here in this art village near the Taitung...More
We visited this place on this day. No crowd. No event... Only a small singing concert going on with less than 10 audience.
Nonetheless, we bought some beautifully designed postcards n bookmarks by some local artists at some stalls.
We took some photographs at the...More
We went on a Friday evening, having checked on their website for who'll be performing on the night. The vibe was great, chilled and relaxed. The cocktails were pretty unique. The market was interesting, as well as the food stalls, of which the price was...More
A shabby rundown railway station and railway track. Hot air ballon lantern deco along the path offer art photography. A few stalls selling product and some cafe will present the rest and relax atmosphere.
Here is a abandoned railway station tat build on japan occupation war time, after war Taiwan gov has turn this place to a local Art Museum to hold activities on weekend. We visit here at 11july, 2017. shops n flea market seem not working at...More