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. Β 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 πŸ™‚

  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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