ULTIMATE TAIWAN NIGHT MARKET TOUR! 4K | KAOHSIUNG STREET FOOD GUIDE | BEST NIGHT MARKETS IN TOWN!?!





In episode 38, we dive deep into Kaohsiung’s bustling night markets! We eat our way through 4 of the city’s best-known night markets, starting with the super-local and authentic Houjing Night Market in the northern Kaohsiung district of Nanzih. After eating some fresh sushi and drinking some delectable black currant juice, we hop a few stops down the MRT to the largest and most intense night market of Kaohsiung, the unmissable Rueifong Night Market. Gabe eats the most delicious grilled prawn of life, and Meg shows us her favorite Taiwanese scallion pancake stand. Don’t miss the BEST brown sugar milk tea in Taiwan (Jen Tang Shuan, www.facebook.com/珍糖傳黑糖紅豆琥珀珍珠鮮奶-674308379681433)
We then visit the small but friendly Pier 2 Night Market (weekends only), where Gabe indulges in some lovely Japanese treats. Lastly, we check out our local and always dependable Liuhe Night Market, right down the street from our apartment!

Be sure to watch until the very end to find out which night market is our very favorite! Don’t forget to subscribe to keep us growing!

23 Replies to “ULTIMATE TAIWAN NIGHT MARKET TOUR! 4K | KAOHSIUNG STREET FOOD GUIDE | BEST NIGHT MARKETS IN TOWN!?!”

  1. Jesse1cent

    Love your videos! Recommend you to attend Mazu pilgrimage if you have time. It’s our special and huge religious event that being held once a year.白沙屯媽祖is going to heading back to her temple in 苗栗from北港 in these 4-5 days. It’s open arm and welcoming event to people no matter who you are or where you from. Hope you enjoy and stay safe.😊

  2. Kaitlynn G

    My husband and I are moving to Tainan in about 2 months! Can’t wait to try the night markets! I’m wondering what your experience has been with people speaking English? I noticed several of the people at the stalls did. Not being able to understand people, or them understand me, worries me! Thanks for the awesome & informative content! 🙂

  3. Frank Yu

    I do believe Meg and Gabe is making fun of us in North America who are stuck with our stage 3 lockdown now. :-(. Stay safe and healthy to all.

  4. Jennifer Martin

    Thanks for the great video checking out the different night markets in Kaohsiung. Both of you seem to be getting much more comfortable in front of the camera. And did you guys get a new camera? Love the 4K!

  5. Henry Loo

    You guys have amazing knowledge of Taiwan ! I loved going to nights market when I do go back to Taiwan. Take care and enjoy all the amazing food.

  6. Jonathan de la Cerna

    Gabe and Meg, this is an informative video. I miss the night markets of Taipei. Never been to Kaoshiung. Will surely go there this year. Keep safe always. Fan from Cebu Philippines. 😉

  7. Chuck Huang

    Burning the brown sugar makes it smells and tastes better, when drinking the boba milk tea. It's like roasting the seafood makes the flavor better than just cooking it.

    The fried fresh vegetable and tofu is from a food stall that makes Mongolian barbecue. I guess it's all you can 'put in a bowl' for NTD $180 dollars.

    The fish is called seer fish, it is commonly seen in Taiwan for sure. Because it's texture is harder to chew, a good way to eat it is to make it into chunks by deep frying. Soaking seer fish chunks into gluey broth is a popular local cuisine for sure.

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