Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip on History of Day 2 (7)

Hello! Welcome back…. we are now at Anping Old street where Fort Zeelandia is this area. Yup we are still in Tainan, in case that you aren’t sure where we are. =P

By noon time, there are lots of street stalls selling food, accessories, cloths and others (while some are just setting up). Nice place to have a walk (provided if the weather is not too hot)

Saw this old huge cooking stove. Not sure it is for show or to used by one of the street vendors.  At the background, you could see the Fort Zeelandia walls or perimeters. This lane or street is still part of Gubao Street where I followed from the Old Tait & Co Merchant House.

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In Taiwan,they are famous for night market. Over here, the market even starts during noon time till night. Stalls on both side of the street.

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This stall is selling goose duck egg and they are really huge.

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Deep fried snacks…..

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Gotta watch out as motorbikes also as they share the road with the pedestrians too.

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Statues along Gubao Street showing the history in this area.

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One of the many small lanes in the Anping Old street that are interesting to explore. More pictures on these small lanes later on in my series.

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Want to see more of this place? Well, it is just started. Stay tune and keep following me. =)

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10 thoughts on “Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip on History of Day 2 (7)

  1. I often wonder how some food stores can run until very late at night. And it’s usually the same people cooking at the stove the whole time. I suppose everywhere you go in Asia, you are bound to see street food or food markets left, right an centre 🙂

  2. Hey! Thanks for stopping by our blog, ‘Another Couple’s Blog’! We’ve always wanted to visit Taiwan and eat our way around. Your pictures at the market is just how I imagined it. Awesome post!

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