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A wonderful place the food is tasty and there is always something new to see. I visit this market every time I visit Taipei. The people are friendly and helpful and really enjoy selling their food and products.
We visited in June on one of the evenings. We had fun looking at the game stalls and tried our hands at a few. There were also many stalls selling food and snacks. It was good to experience how night markets in Taipei are like.
We love this place. Where most of the other night markets are selling the same type of fried food, this one has them and other types of non-fried related food not found in other night markets. This is a must visit when we come to...More
This night market is awesome. With street food and clothing shops lined along both lanes, you'll want to keep walking! Socks are pretty cheap there with a pair of (very cute) socks costing NT50. Raohe Night Market is my favourite night market because of the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed visiting the Raohe Market in two occasions. It was easily accessible using the MRT (Green Line, Songshan stop, exit 1...once you are at street level, walk to the intersection then turn left...market is at the next intersection) and we immediately got into...More
The price is high if compare last time , portion also smaller but the taste still acceptable . The best I’ll recommend are pork ribs soup and black pepper bun ! Both are super delicious ! Must try food at nite market
This market has a big temple at the entrance of the south side, good opportunity to see people praying and throwing the lucky rocks to ask questions about the future. Plenty of food places in this place and if you walk behind it one block,...More
It was fun to just walk up and down the entire street exploring, but personally, our American appetites weren't intrigued by too many of the dishes. We actually got a bit of a headache from the amount of stinky tofu we smelt haha so beware!...More
Night markets are a Taiwan tradition, and even if all you do is walk from end-to-end, it's worth a visit here. The night market has the usual mix of food stalls, arcade-style games, shops, and other services like fortune tellers. I got some fried milk,...More