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~Sheraton Grand Taipei is prolly the nearest 5 star hotel nearby Hua Shan Market which is down 2 blocks on the left from the main lobby exit
~so WOW at 6am, the queue was already snaking out of the market onto the street and all...More
Very small market that I don't find unique in any ways. The market is very small (that I already said) and there aren't many options of food or clothing due to its size. Going the solely for the market isn't worth it but if you're...More
When you travel to a foreign country you want to get the most out of your trip by experiencing the local culture first hand and this is one of those smaller occasions. This market is a continuous hustle and bustle of artists, trinket/souvenir shops, and...More
This place is a smaller version of Songshan Market. small booths for local artists whom developed their own design of items. although not really one of the kind, but definitely not mass production. If you like innovation, and getting ideas of new designs and so...More
We headed directly to Huashan market for Taiwanese traditional breakfast of shaio ping/ you tiao with soy milk after a 14 hours flight from the states. This is my 2nd time eating there, but this time the line stretched all the way to the main...More
This place is like 5mins away from our hotel and we wanted to try the "famous" Fuhang soy milk and check out what the fuss was about. There are stalls selling fresh meat, un-stylish clothes, some knick knacks, crystals, ornaments on the first floor; while...More
The market itself is very small and does not offer enough of a variety of goods for sale especially compared to Hong Kong and the line for the soymilk breakfast place is too long. I'd not recommend this place.