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Wu Fen Pu & Rao He Night Market

We went to Wu Fen Pu on a Sunday, not very crowded but i couldnt say the same for Rao He Night Market. It was squeezing with tourists.

Do take note that Wu Fen Pu closes on a Monday. Went there via the mrt, alight at Hou Shan Pi station and take exit 1 to Wu Fen Pu.

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cross the road and walk straight towards the mini mart direction.

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Adventure time everywhere!

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and reached!

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Wu Fen Pu is very big with many alleys around, the cheaper shops are those with big bags lying around everywhere inside with clothes. But even so, my knitted cardi cost NT 580, but its so comfy!

Normal tees are around NT190-NT290.

We walked for around 1 hour and head towards Rao He Night Market. Walk along Song Shan Train Station, passby a cross junction, go straight, and you will see Rao He Night Market with a temple structure.

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Rao He Night Market has two main alley only, so just start from the left, reach to the end, and u turn back.

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Many carnival games around too!

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There are also many stalls that sell lu ruo fan with pork rib soup!! We chose the stall that had indoor sitting. Most food stalls do not have the option of drinks too, so get them at other stalls.

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For google map :

饒河街觀光夜市
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