Luodong Night Market羅東夜市
Since most street food is sold on Gongyuan Rd., they are commonly known as Gongyuan street foods. There are people waiting in line for food everywhere you see. If you want to enjoy the delicacies in Luodong Night Market without the hassles of the crowds, we advise you to visit the market on weekdays, when you will be able to wander around in the market with ease. If you can only visit the market on the weekends, we advise you to arrive before 16:00 or after 22:00, to avoid the horrific weekend crowds.
Due to the overwhelming crowds, a multi-story car park can be found next to the Luodong Night Market’s entrance. Other parking lots are spread across the neighborhood of the market. Parts of the roads in the city are one-way roads, so do take note of the navigation on the road signs when driving to the market to avoid wrong-way driving.
You can shop at Luodong Night Market, and also enjoy fine snacks such as Angelica Lamb Soup (Dang-gui-yan-rou-tang), Sanxing Spring Onion Buns (San-xing-cong-bao), Deep-fried Meat Cake (Gao-zha), Meat Fritters (Bu-rou), Deep Fried Pork Rolls (Long-feng-tui), Crispy Egg Cakes (Cui-pi-ji-dan-gao), etc. The street food options are so many that it is often difficult for people to choose which ones they want. Because of these delicacies, Luodong Night Market has become a famous tourist attraction, bringing crowds to the neighborhood.
- Gongyuan Rd.,, Luodong Township, Yilan County Taiwan, R.O.C
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Local night marketNight market is one of tourist attractions in Taiwan, but that of big cities like the market in Shilin, Taipei is sometimes tourists. If you really want to experience a local night market, this one in Luodong is recommendable. Beside the market, there is a park and you can bring what you bought, eat while listening music by street musicians.
Hong Kong, China
Rainy, pityThe night market is not really big but there are a great variety of snacks, drinks and desserts. We visited on a rainy night thus it was hard to stay longer. Remember to pick a no-rain day to go.
Great place to sample the local foodA more food-focused night market; Luodong's market has a lot of places to eat from small snacks to large meals to desserts. If you enjoy the night market experience and are in the area this one had a more laid back feel and a lot more places to eat than the Yilan market though not as many stalls for trinkets, souvenirs etc. If you're hungry this is a great place to fill up at a relatively inexpensive cost. If you're driving I'd recommend either getting their before it fully opens up ie before 4pm or parking in the parking garage otherwise space is at a premium here.
Very crowded even on a weekday.The night market is not that big compared to other night markets in Taipei. Quite a number of repeated food stalls. Price wise still considered reasonable.
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
A night market around the Luodong parkIt was unfortunate that it was raining when we visited the night market so some stalls were closed. The stalls and shops were set up around the Luodong park which was quite nice to visit itself and has a public toilet for those who need it. The food such as peanut ice cream roll, Taiwan sausage that we tried were mostly not bad. Can't compare night markets in Taipei or Taichung but I did enjoy strolling around without a big crowd.
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