We look a taxi from our hotel (Garden Villa) to arrive at this Night Market which was about 10 minutes and cost $85. The taxi driver was a very good man. He cautioned us about our wallet and purse as there were plenty of people around. The Market itself was well-located with many hot food stores ranging from barbecues, steam boat, fried chicken and ducks! Also there were many stores selling daily necessities and memorabilia, for example, watches, electric clocks, tiny items of decorations, and also there were many woman clothing. I bought a watch for NT$290. We also bought some roasted egg buns and roasted partridge eggs as they were very nice. As for the hot dishes, we tried the fried bean curds with pickles. They were, however, cheaper than those we had tried at the night markets in Taipei. It took us a whole hour of walk before we finished touring the whole market, just because we were attracted by its exotic nature and the overcrowding of people. It was only Wednesday!
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