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Maybe because it was a Tues (it's supposedly open every night, except on Mondays & Wednesdays), but there was a still a good variety of food (we had the best salt & pepper chicken bites here, but they also have a good ice cream sandwich...More
As many I have been lured into visiting Liuhe Night Market first but no, Ruifang is the one to go. It is large, crowded and offers a tremendous variety. I have been to 5 night markets so far and liked this one the most.
We visited Rui Feng Night Market on a Saturday night, starting at around 6pm. We took Red line MRT to Kaohsiung Arena Station (R14) and exit 1. The market is just a ten-minute walk from exit 1.
As we arrived at the station to take...More
Great place to eat but very crowded. Food is reasonably priced and tasty. Parking available at the high school across from the market. Definitely a place to visit if you are in this city. There is a wide variety of foods to choose from. Many...More
My only night in Kaohsiung and I spent it at Ruifeng night market! Hunting down food and soaking in the atmosphere. Was packed!!! I did not shop but really came here to eat street food. Plenty of choices but think I chose well. The roasted...More
This place is too congested. There are many food and apparel stalls, as well as game stalls. But it is so crowded that we did not manage to do much, except try to manouvre our way through just to see what is available. Only open...More
Open on Tuesday, Thursday to Sunday. There is local food, clothing, accessories, games and everything you need to have a complete Taiwan night market experience. Starts around 5/6pm till 11/12pm depending on the people.
Started at around 6 pm. Didn’t really enjoy the walk this time. There are plenty of food and game stalls. But the food are repetitive. It’s fried chicken, fried cuttlefish, fried oyster, bubble tea and repeat and repeat. The food are all fried and oily...More