FengJia Night Market
FengJia Night Market
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  • Heng
    Singapore, Singapore5,200 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lots of crowd. Lots of nice food.
    It always amazes how night market where pedestrian are expected to mill about, can coexist with vehicular traffic, but that is exactly how night markets work. And this place brings it up a notch by having stalls beside a major road. This is definitely one of those night market you should not missed. Strongly recommend the stalls in my photos.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 22, 2023
  • Dilys Q
    Singapore, Singapore236 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth a visit. Look out for traffic.
    Like many night markets in Taiwan, there are food options, and shopping options. The food stores are mostly lined up together, which makes food shopping easy. However, the roads are still open. Meaning there may be the occasional motorbike passing by the middle of the night markets. Overall a relatively small night market with a good variety of food stores.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written October 23, 2023
  • Steven S
    Pattaya, Thailand778 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth a visit
    It was a fair walk from my hotel but I'm glad I made the effort. I think for the most part it is primarily a family focused market. As far as food outlets there seemed to me only one of each food product which provided for greater variety. Then there were game stalls for the children (and adults). Not a huge market but enough stallholders to warrant a visit.
    Visited October 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written October 25, 2023
  • Orator11
    Singapore, Singapore7,333 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Definitely Worth A Visit
    One of the bigger ones in this part of Taiwan, there are many interesting stalls selling items like leather products, suitcases, clothes and, of course, food like grilled sausages , flame grilled diced beef and stinky tofu. Had my first stinky tofu here and it was okay. It mainly stretches across 3-4 streets in a sort of square, and we spent around 2 hours here on the first night, and three hours on the second night. The stall owners are mostly young and are friendly.
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written November 14, 2023
  • Dodolady
    Singapore306 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth a visit
    Lots of food choices. Most stalls do not have seats. Thus you will need to do a take away or just eat it as you walk along the street. The night market also has shops selling clothes and little accessories. We were tired to walk back to the hotel and got taxi. Is convenient to meet the driver just outside d Feng Jia University
    Visited November 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written November 30, 2023
  • Lyegeak
    Singapore, Singapore206 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Much reduced scale compared to years ago
    A little underwhelmed this round as the size of the night market seems to have reduced by a fair bit since my last visit in 2016. I am glad to still be able to find my favorite Taiwanese snacks sweet potato balls. It was crowded when we went on weekday nights so I think will be even more crowded on weekends. Didn’t like that the roads remained open with motorbikes going through on the narrow streets as I have a young kid with me. Quite a stressful walk due to this. I still think it is worth a visit but just rather disappointed as I went there when it was really huge and housed a wide variety of food, given that it was the biggest night market in Taiwan.
    Visited December 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written December 10, 2023
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May 2020
📍Taiwan (Day 1) @ Feng Chia Night Market, Taichung

My first time stepping foot in Taiwan was with Michelle and my two younger siblings. We just had to experience the famous NIGHT MARKET culture, where long rows of Taiwanese snacks and BOBA would assail our senses.

True enough, we ventured into Feng Chia Night Market, Taichung. It was a hodgepodge of colourful lights, lively traders, varied delicacies for the tongue and of course, not forgetting perhaps the best Bubble Milk Teas ever! What an incredible experience, and the perfect way to start our holiday in Taiwan.

We slept soundly that night because of the travel fatigue, and of course, tummies filled with Taiwanese delights.
Written April 10, 2021
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Dilys Q
Singapore, Singapore236 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Couples
Like many night markets in Taiwan, there are food options, and shopping options. The food stores are mostly lined up together, which makes food shopping easy. However, the roads are still open. Meaning there may be the occasional motorbike passing by the middle of the night markets. Overall a relatively small night market with a good variety of food stores.
Written October 23, 2023
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Orator11
Singapore, Singapore7,333 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Friends
One of the bigger ones in this part of Taiwan, there are many interesting stalls selling items like leather products, suitcases, clothes and, of course, food like grilled sausages , flame grilled diced beef and stinky tofu. Had my first stinky tofu here and it was okay.

It mainly stretches across 3-4 streets in a sort of square, and we spent around 2 hours here on the first night, and three hours on the second night.

The stall owners are mostly young and are friendly.
Written November 15, 2023
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Heng
Singapore, Singapore5,200 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
It always amazes how night market where pedestrian are expected to mill about, can coexist with vehicular traffic, but that is exactly how night markets work. And this place brings it up a notch by having stalls beside a major road. This is definitely one of those night market you should not missed. Strongly recommend the stalls in my photos.
Written July 22, 2023
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Steven S
Pattaya, Thailand778 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
It was a fair walk from my hotel but I'm glad I made the effort. I think for the most part it is primarily a family focused market. As far as food outlets there seemed to me only one of each food product which provided for greater variety. Then there were game stalls for the children (and adults).
Not a huge market but enough stallholders to warrant a visit.
Written October 25, 2023
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Dodolady
Singapore306 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
Lots of food choices. Most stalls do not have seats. Thus you will need to do a take away or just eat it as you walk along the street.
The night market also has shops selling clothes and little accessories.
We were tired to walk back to the hotel and got taxi. Is convenient to meet the driver just outside d Feng Jia University
Written November 30, 2023
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TravelQueenie365
Singapore, Singapore668 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Friends
Tip 1: This may not be a typical Christmas market in the western world but it is a very famous and popular night market in the Taiwanese world.

Tip 2: This night market is huge and it has endless streets of food stalls, clothing, accessories, shoes and etc.

Tip 3: Westerners might find it difficult to adapt when they enter this market because everyone basically eat their dinner while they walk and shop.

Tip 4: We suggest you have a toilet break before you get here, it is quite difficult to find one.

Tip 5: Bring cash because most of the food stalls do not accept cards.

Tip 6: Basically this is a very safe city and the rate of pickpockets is almost 0.00001 percent but i still gonna advise you to look out for your bags and wallets.

Tip 7: Basically this night market is away from the city centre so its better to catch a taxi there. IF you want to catch a bus, plan well. There is no metro or train that goes to this night market.

Tip 8: When you are in Taiwan, you have to try Papaya milk, it is one of the most famous drink in Taiwan and it only cost a dollar to buy it at the market so why not try it?

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Written May 19, 2013
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Roy Ainsworth
Sydney, Australia26 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2014
This market is well worth a visit We love the items on sale at all of the stalls. You don't get hassled to buy. But they are good sales people. Ps. Don't let your wife take your wallet She will use it. Then u will have to carry the purchases
Written June 30, 2014
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JumpingPancakes
SG46 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Family
I personally felt that FengJia Night Market was way much better than Shihlin Night Market in Taipei.

It's more organized in Fengjia, and sanitary conditions are better than in Shihlin. They have a wide variety of food and some interesting food there. I particularly remember eating a rather big sized sausage coated with potato cubes and sauces, it was quite unique. Basically, I was just eating, eating and also took a couple of sips of drinks while strolling along the night market, and the food were great! Ordered some sort of fresh mandarin orange juice which was really refreshing and at a really cheap price. Heard that there's papaya milk at a particular store which is nice, my sister tried it and said that it was not bad. I did not try it though, since I dislike papayas.

It's a really huge night market, however, the walking space was rather cramp when crowded. But they do have many shops there though.Besides selling food, there were a variety of shops selling accessories, bags and clothings, and the shop owners and promoters were friendly.

Bad thing was, after eating all the food which were irresistible, I was down with sore throat, flu and slight fever for a few days. Hence, I would advise all that, don't just keep eating, do remember to drink! Do drink lots of fluid to cool your body while having fun eating those delicious food. The food sold there were relatively heaty, since they have chicken cutlet, fried assorted mushrooms, and whatever you may order that can be fried or deep fried. But well, even though there may be lots of fried food, who cares? They were awesome and delicious! Hehe...
Written April 2, 2013
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Billy B
Brentwood, CA37 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
This is one of the biggest, if not THE biggest night market in Taiwan. But it is a night market like all the rest, just a lot more venders, and a lot more people. Night Markets are fun and should be experienced at least once while visiting Taiwan. I visited on a Wednesday so it was not as crowded as it would be on the weekends, but it was still crowded. So be mentally prepared for a crowd.
But there is a large selection of food options and lots of shopping. This is a "must see" for anyone visiting Taichung city.
Written August 19, 2018
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