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- There was a section with well-stocked pineapple cakes, sun crispy cakes, mochi etc in the 24-hour supermarket. Like us, there were some other tourists picking these items too. As we bought over NT2000 worth of souvenirs, Carrefour gave us a tax refund which is claimable at the airport before we flew home.Written 19 November 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Our hotel NET is just around the corner and it is very accessible to go everywhere because the mtr is just a few blocks away. better have those walking feet of yours ready because you will be walking a lot but we enjoyed it. I love people watching and enjoyed the performance of those street performer. This night market is different from other night markets we went to. but we really like it and enjoyed it. Lots of food to choose from and yes lots and lots of people too. if you like shopping then this is the place for you. not your typical night market were you can sit and eat and people watching. its more of shopping, buying carry on food and walk around and watch street performers. we enjoyed it. i hope you will too.Written 16 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This night market is good, but not as big as some of the other night markets in Taipei. Food is good, prices are very reasonable and vendors are friendly. It is close to the Longshan Temple and metro.Written 5 January 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Looking for nice wonderful power stones? Here the place for you at 3rd floor.
With many beautiful kinds of power stones. The owner is nice n sweet. If you are lucky, the owner might give you some advice on which power stones is right for you.Written 18 January 2020
- The Longshan Temple Underground Shopping Bazaar sells lots of religious paraphernalia that makes great souvenirs. There is lots to choose from; you can also have your fortune told. The Underground Shopping Bazaar is underground, adjacent to the Longshan Temple, Taipei's largest Taoist temple. Buy the way, "Longshan" means "Dragon Mountain."Written 13 November 2020
- Close to Longshan Temple and Bopiliao Historical Block, the Dongsanshui Street Market is near by and worth the walk-thru visit.
Vendors lined on both sides of the alley. Dry goods varies from ladies clothing, suitcases and luggage, fresh meat and fresh seafood, to sweets and snacks shops. Even last minute souvenirs can be found here.
The place is colorful, noise, and full of surprises. It is a FRIENDLY AND DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE ... at the Dangsanshui Street Market.Written 17 November 2020
- I think Taiwan had much better night markets, it states it is a tourist market but it really isn’t. And if you wish you can eat and drink snake blood hereWritten 4 November 2019
- I stumbled upon Shi Zi Lin Mall on a rainy afternoon while looking for something "American" and familiar to eat. Good assortment of stores, nice looking IMAX theater as well.Written 20 November 2015
- This ximen branch is not as nice as the xinyi and songshan cultural centre branches. The shops are not as interestingWritten 19 August 2018
- Built in 1908, the Red House is an umistakable building in the middle of the largely modern-looking Ximending shopping district. Initially used as a public market, the red-bricked (hence the name) octaginal building has served a variety of roles, including a public market, bookstore, cinema, and theatre. In a way, it's reverted to its first role as it now serves as the centrepiece of a shopping centre. We found shops divided amongst a series of longitudinal two-storey buildings, and which focued mainly on artistically-designed themes, including jewellery, clothes, posters, and souvenirs. In a city that's quite devoted to a range of shopping experiences, it's nevertheless a nice place to spend an hour or tow happily browsing.Written 21 June 2020
- This is a restored theatre that was built during the Japanese occupation. It is not far from the Ximending pedestrian area.
Inside there are stalls with local craftspeople and designers selling very unique products from handmade jewellery to retro Taiwan clothes and crafts. It is all made in Taiwan mostly.
If you want something not run of the mill as a souvenir , this is the place to go.
There is also a small cafe.
Drop in and have a look. Nice oasis from the outside world.Written 1 March 2020
- The Huaxi Street Night Market is made for tourists. It's actually two arcades of shops selling tat. This area was once the center of Taipei's nightlife. The Shihling Night Market offers better things in a more pleasant environment. If you want cheap souvenirs, Huaxi Street Night Market may be worthwhile.Written 4 February 2020
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