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It has been almost two years since my last visit in 2016. The Old Street pretty much remains the same. It’s not weekend, so not many tourists (and that’s what I like and visited here today to avoid crowds). Our Japanese friend bought some plums...More
This is a typical "old street setting" with alot of street food to small restaurants.
Need to navigate on narrow walk-way surrounded by vendors on both sides selling buns, traditional cakes, drink, umbrella, souvenirs, etc.
There is an aircon building - Hakka cultural centre displaying...More
A lovely place to buy some local snacks, take pictures of the quaint town, and generally enjoy the feel of this beautifully preserved Old Street.
There are many of such "Old Streets" (or "Lao Jie") in Taiwan, but this one is rather unique in its...More
Took the Miaoli Tourist Bus to NanZhuang from Zhunan Railway Station Opposite.
The bus stop will facing the 7-11.
it was raining when I went to NanZhuang.
There is a small indoor market, where it sells vegetables, food and near to other shop houses.
We travelled using the Tourist Shuttle Bus from Zushan Station for about 60 mins. The town was crowded as it was a weekend and a celebration was happening. The food stalls were great and we got some good presents. After the town we caught the...More
Visited on Monday reaching around 10am from a drive over from Miaoli. Some shops were not open. But the crowd is also much smaller compared to Jiufen. The old street maintains much of its charisma and flavor with some modern pop ups managed by young...More
Old street is everything I expected small town Taiwan to be. It is a narrow, narrow street where you walk single file down a line of street side shops on either side of you. Shop owners are sticking out their hands at you offering samples...More