10 Free Things to Do in Taipei, Taiwan’s Bustling Metropolis

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Although to truly enjoy a stroll through a night market, you have to spend at least a little bit on food but if your budget is too tight, window shopping can do.

The atmosphere and vibe at Shilin Night Market, one of the largest, oldest, and most popular night markets in Taiwan, is contagious. Locals and tourists alike come out to drink and get a taste of affordable Taiwanese street food. Grab a snack of local street food like the oyster omelette, stinky tofu, and bubble tea while you go around observing various goods spread out for everyone.

Other night markets you can explore are Raohe Street Night Market, Huaxi Street Night Market (try the snake soup here!), and Jingmei Night Market.

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