Night Markets

Keelung Miaokou Night Market

/ Eva隨手拍

Keelung's Miaokou Night Market is nation-wide well-known for its great diversity of food. Located in downtown area, Keelung's Miaokou Night Market meanders through lanes and alleys.Situated near Keelung railway station, the Miaokou Night Market boasts an ideal location, which is easy to find for domestic or overseas travelers. Walk east straight from Keelung railway station, following the harbor in the direction of the Keelung Harbor Bureau (Noticeable by its orange neon sign), around one block from the point where you cross a freeway overpass is the Miaokou Night Market.

As other night markets in Taiwan, the MiaoKou market in Keelung has all kinds of food. Situated near the sea, the night market is especially rich in seafood. Comparing to other night markets in Taiwan, the Keelung Miaokou Night Market is relatively small. However, the delicacies here allure tons of people every day. Due to the phonomenon, shoulder to shoulder crowds of all ages feast on all of the stands in the Keelung Miaokou Night Market. In addition to food, everything you expect to buy in the market is available at a bargain price, including stuffed dolls, nontoxic cleaning creams, shoes, socks,and so on.  Helpful signs have been installed in the night market in order to assist international travelers to know which kinds of food are available. The signs are available in Chinese, Japanese and in English for the convenience of international travelers.

night market food:

Wu’s Potside sticker soup, Grilled sandwich, cocoa coffee, Wuji Crab Thick Soup, Ahua Fried Noodle, Wanji Tempura

opening hours:

The night market starts getting busy after evening and remains open till around 3 am.


Walk about 100m along Zhong 1st Rd after exit from the Keelung Railway Station, and turn right at the intersection of Zhong 1st Rd and Ai 4th Rd.

Nearby Attractions

Keelung Maritime Plaza
Chung-cheng Park
Shih-chio-ling Fort
Waimu Shan Seashore Bike Path
Badouzi Tourist Fishery Port(Bisha Fishing Port)
Dawulun Fort
National Museum of Marine Science and Technology