Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip; Day1 Tainan Flower Night Market (3)

Hi there!! Guess you want to see more pictures of the food at the Tainan’s Flower Night Market. Well…. you are in the right place.

As my journey continues here, more food photos that will make you want to go there and give it a try.

Again, I will let the pictures tell you the story and also the ‘taste’ your head. =)

This stall sells deep fried century eggs

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This is how it looks when it is deep fried.

 

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Sprinkled with a some sauce which you can choose and top it off with spring onions.

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This is mine. Taste? Damn nice. =) Usually I have it fresh from the shell with pickled ginger but for this one, it is different.

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More food……. Just look at the crowd and people sitting around the tables having their wonderful meals.

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and this one, it is one of the famous snacks in Tainan. It is called the coffin bread. Why you may ask? Well.. they will cut an opening in the middle of the thick toasted bread and then put in chicken soup in the middle and then cover it back with the piece that they have cut earlier. So, it does look like a coffin but it is square in shape. You will see a more clearer one in my coming posting.

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Again…. packed with people!!!

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More? Well… sure! I have more coming. Just stay tune…… =)

Taiwan – Kaohsiung; Kai-Xuan Night Market. (1)

Hi!! Well I will be posting another night market walk about in Taiwan.

This was on my last trip to Taiwan in early January this year where I was in in Kaohsiung. This is the newest and also largest night market in¬†Qianzhen District of Kaohsiung City ; Kai-Xuan Night Market. In fact, the other new night market is Jin-Zuan which is located next to Kai-Xuan Night Market (mmmm… how come I did not notice this. Well.. a good reason to visit there again to go to Jin-Zuan Night Market). Both the night market is covering over 320,000 sq feet!!

Getting there was not a problem. Just hop on the MRT and get down at Kai-Xuan station. Then .. it is a 10min walk to Kai-Xuan Night Market. If you are lazy to walk, they even offer a free shuttle bus just outside the Kai-Xuan MRT station.  =)

Upon reaching the night market, the place so well lighted up and so so many stalls; some say it is close to 1,000 stalls which offer visitors various foods, games and shopping opportunities. One distinct differentiation is the stalls are in 10 rows (if I remember correctly) where each rows may consist about 10 or more stalls per side. So it is like walking up and down the ‘street’ and it a street name for each. You can see the street plate at the beginning of each street.

Brightly lighted stalls….

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games for kids and adults….

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Anyone want deep fried locusts?

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This one is nice…. deep fried century egg. =) yum yum!!!!

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.. top with dried fish maw with sauce.

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Deep fried octopus tentacles

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cute cartoon clays for shoppers who would like to buy and …

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do their own painting on it.

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more? If yes, then follow me on my next posting on Kaohsiung; Kai-Xuan Night Market.