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.
It’s an enormous night market on the outskirts of Taipei. That has two streets that intersect with one somewhat longer road.
Moreover, in this market, you’ll find the typical stalls most other Taiwan night markets have—carnival-style games, street food, drinks, and accessories.
Otherwise, there’s not much I can say about this market. Just take the Taipei Metro Orange Line to Dingxi Station to get there.
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.
Lehua Night Market hours: 4 PM–12 AM every day
Specialties you should try:
- Yonghe Doujiang: sweet soy milk
Lehua Market location: Yongping Rd, Yonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan 234