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You have quite a large area to cover at FengJia Market. It will help if you plan for a systematic way to cover all the streets if not you can get rather disorganized and either miss some of the streets or cover the same street...More
We've been to many nightmarkets around Asia, but this is definitely one of the best. It is big and we just loved the food! Had the best seaweed pancake and great dim sum dumplings. We get great dim sum in Singapore, but there they sell...More
The area is huge. Lots of streets to cover. Every night looking for dinner is exciting. its a good exercise too. The shopping is not that bad. Lots of international brands along the main road. But prepare to walk and walk some more. But honestly,...More
If you’ve been to other night markets in Taichung, then this one will sound common. Same sort of food and offers. A bit unorganised, separated by roads which are full of passing cars and motors. Not safe for children. Price is not as cheap as...More
Fengjia is known to be the biggest night market in Taiwan because it is surrounded by shops which closes late. It is definitely bigger than those in Taipei. Fengjia Night Market has broad walkway which makes shopping more comfortable. The MUST EAT includes 月亮虾饼， 鸟蛋。There...More
Taichung’s most famous night market is located near the Fengjia University. Lots of food stands, restaurants and other shops offer almost everything from local cuisine, western-style food to clothing, cosmetics and accessories for your phone. Weekends and holidays are usually overcrowded and it’s hard to...More
Heard much about this market but apart from some tasty treats (eg rolled pancake with egg and chilli), it was disappointing. The streets are open to traffic so it's a bit nerve-wracking to walk through the area. It would have been more pedestrian friendly if...More
We had high expectations for Fengjia Night Market which is supposedly the mother of all Taiwanese night markets. It is a long bus ride in the outskirts of town so we had to wrap up our visit before the buses stopped running. The variety of...More
Response from Chinagirl15 | Reviewed this property |
I would definitely take a taxi; it takes about 15 minutes to get from the train station to the city, and then probably another 10 or 15 to get to the night market, depending on the time of night and traffic! Don’t take a... More
I would definitely take a taxi; it takes about 15 minutes to get from the train station to the city, and then probably another 10 or 15 to get to the night market, depending on the time of night and traffic! Don’t take a bus! :). Ask “Duoshao chien?” (How much?) and if you share the ride, it should be affordable. Save money for the street corn, though!
Response from Porkfloss | Reviewed this property |
If I remember correctly, there is a vegetarian eatery (a shop) but I really cannot recall the exact location. It should be around the night market street as I mainly hang around there. Unless you are a strict vegan, you can... More
If I remember correctly, there is a vegetarian eatery (a shop) but I really cannot recall the exact location. It should be around the night market street as I mainly hang around there. Unless you are a strict vegan, you can always ask the hawkers not to add meat to the food. Otherwise mcdonalds should be your only option as there is one around the main road.