Lehua Night Market is a street food market in New Taipei City that focuses on locals. It doesn’t have any special dishes, but it’s worth visiting if you’re in the area.
Until I moved far away from Lehua, I used to go there all the time. That’s because it’s a non-touristy night market. Thus, there’s a more authentic feel to it. And I want to help you determine whether it’s worth visiting when you’re in the area.
Quick Facts: Yonghe Lehua Night Market
|Daily: 4:00 PM–12 AM
|Number of Stalls
|Closest Rail Station
|Dingxi Station (Taipei MRT)
|New Taipei City
|Yongping Rd, Yonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 234
|樂華夜市 (Lèhuá Yèshì)
Foods To Try at Lehua Night Market
Here are all the foods to try at Lehua market:
|Sweet soy milk
|Yolk filled taro balls
|Pigs blood cakes
I also had these cheese-filled corn dogs once. But I don’t want to recommend them since they’re not really “Taiwanese.” If you’re an American longing for diabetes-inducing foods, then sure, go for them.
I can’t remember the stand’s name, but it was close to the entrance. And the staff there spoke English.
Other than food, visit the clothing shops. You’ll find a lot of affordable clothes.
How To Get To Lehua Night Market
Take Taipei Metro’s Orange Line to Dingxi Station and leave from Exit 1. From there, turn left on Yonghe Road and walk southbound for around 10 minutes until you see the massive sign in the image below.
What’s There To Do Nearby Lehua Night Market
If you’re bored at the night market, here are nearby things to do:
|Museum of World Religions
|Exhibits on various world religions
|Yonghe Ren’ai Park
|Walk, visit the concert hall, & explore nearby shops
You won’t find the most things to do. But if you’re bored, you could take the Taipei MRT at Dingxi Station and go to Guting Station (4 min.). It’s home to the Shida student night market.
Or take the metro for another 4 minutes and depart at Dongmen Station. You’ll find the first Din Tai Fung store in this area, along with various other attractions and stores.