- Taichung Tours
Night Markets Tour
One of the highlights in your Taiwan travel will definitely be night markets. These collections of street stalls and roadside vendors are major part of the unique Taiwanese social scene. Night markets are known for its snacks, many foods are either served as a take-away or sometimes at small tables. Specific foods will often change from year to year but a few stayed and become representative Taiwanese snacks, including Taiwanese fried chicken fillet, stinky tofu and oyster omelet. Other than delicious Taiwanese snacks, you may find cheap, high-quality products including clothes, shoes, accessories, toys and much more. In Taichung, there are several open-air night markets for visitors to enjoy.
Yizhong Street Business District
Feng Chia Night Market
Miao Dong Night Market (Fengyuan Night Market)
If you love to shop, you’ll love Taichung! There are hundreds and thousands of choices in this city to keep visitors busy shopping for weeks or even months without entering the same store twice! From high-end department stores to budget all in one stores, shoppers of all aspects are well taken care of here in Taichung City.
Most people may see Taichung as a modern, vibrant and thriving city as their first impression on the city. But under the surface, Taichung offers several historical sites and interesting attractions to check out. There is a surprising number of people with passion for the unique history of what was once slated to be Taiwan’s capital city.
There are also numerous National and Municipal Historical sites in Taichung for historical building enthusiasts to discover such as Wenhe temple(class 3), Taichung Train station , Wufeng Lin Family (霧峰林家宮保第園區), The Chishan gate (class 3), Da Jia Zhen Lan Temple (大甲鎮瀾宮) and more!