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Dongmen Night Market東門夜市

Introduction

The Dongmen Night Market is situated in the former Triangle Park. It became the current night market following the expansion of the Donggang Bridge that leads to the Night Market. 

Located beneath the Donggang Bridge, Dongmen Night Market is easily accessible on foot from the Yilan Train Station: after exiting the station, turn right at Sec. 1, Yixing Rd. and walk for about 300 meters to arrive at the night market. Strolling along Shenghou Street and Hemu Road, you can feel the extraordinarily bustling atmosphere of the Dongmen Night Market in the sleepless town of Yilan, and where the locals patronize.

Dongmen Night Market東門夜市
At the Dongmen Night Market, all livelihood needs can be satisfied at one time, whether eating, drinking, shopping, or simply having fun. Most foods and snacks are concentrated on Shenghou Street, while the clothing and general merchandise stores are mainly on Hemu Road. Local snacks are inexpensive and very diverse (BBQ skewers, thin noodles, rice noodles, scallion pancake, braised snacks, beverages, sweet soup, ice products, and much more!), satisfying everyone’s taste buds while offering visual enjoyment.

Dongmen Night Market東門夜市
After eating and drinking, you may take a walk to Hemu Road and shop to your heart’s content, and then continue to explore the attractions in the neighborhood on the next day, such as the Memorial Hall of the Founding of Yilan Administration, Yilan Distillery, Yilan Literary Museum and others to experience the folk customs of Yilan.

Information

Address
Hemu Rd.,, Yilan City, Yilan County Taiwán, R.O.C
Opening Hours
15:00-22:00

Themes

  • Outing Locations

Services & Facilities

  • Dinning
  • Shopping

Transportaiton

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  2. 3 Poor
  3. 21 Average
  4. 40 Very good
  5. 9 Excellent

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  1. 15 Families
  2. 19 Couples
  3. 12 Solo
  4. 1 Business
  5. 20 Friends
  • thewhereto

    Sydney, Australia

    Traveler type:

    Couples

    Great night market

    4 2019-07

    Great night market, not too busy, plenty of skewered meats and seafood, dumplings, soups and desserts. Close to the train station.
  • jovinnnnn

    Singapore, Singapore

    Traveler type:

    Friends getaway

    Cozy Stretch of Food Stores

    3 2019-05

    Market is 10min walk away from Yilan Station and 2min walk from Grand Boss Hotel. It has a whole stretch of food stores facing one another which is a little hard to move around when the place is packed with people. If one walks further down, there are more stores of open concept selling shoes, clothings, bags and etc. The place can be completed in an hour if one is 'window-shopping' and getting foood on-the-go. :)
  • Kathyong

    Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

    Traveler type:

    Family

    Small and typical local night market

    3 2018-10

    Even though this night market is fairly small, but you still can find some local delicacies for your need. Just bear in mind not all the stalls are opened at the same time. Recommend to go after 7pm.
  • Crystalism

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Traveler type:

    Couples

    Small night market not worth going

    3 2018-08

    Nothing fantastic food, small night market, done within 30 mins? Only had a bowl of dessert as nothing else looks interesting. The place itself is under a bridge and it’s not very clear either.
  • lydiaSingapore

    singapore

    Traveler type:

    Solo travel

    Typical night market with food stalls

    3 2018-07

    A very small night market with about 2-3 streets of food and then 2-3 streets of shopping stalls. You would be able to finish strolling in less than an hour. Sell most of the food you can find in any night market. How to go : from Yilan train station exit, turn right and walk about 5 mins. You will see the night market when you near the overhead highway. Cross the traffic light near Grand Boss Hotel

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