Ximending Night Market, Taipei

Ximending Night Market, Taipei

The Ximending Night Market is not just for night owls. This market is a great place to go shopping, try various types of food and go for an enjoyable walk in a safe space.

This market is a favorite among visitors because it is clean and has plenty of space. The street is closed to traffic, which contributes to the open nature of the market. Along with multiple restaurants, the market sees regular street performers who provide endless entertainment.

Though there are many night markets in Taipei, Ximending Night Market is unique because the neighborhood's routes are embroiled with Taiwan's Japanese era. As such, much of the visible architecture has a distinct Japanese influence. Many of the food stalls also get their flavor from Japan.

Ximending Night Market is popular among youth thanks to many quirky and interesting shops. Those traveling with youngsters may find a claw machine shop or bubble tea cafes that sell fun and trendy drinks.

Ximending Night Market opens at 5 PM and closes promptly at 11 PM every night.

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Ximending Night Market on Map

Sight Name: Ximending Night Market
Sight Location: Taipei, Taiwan (See walking tours in Taipei)
Sight Type: Shopping
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