BEST NIGHT MARKETS! – Fung Bros In Taiwan – Ep 2



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BEST NIGHT MARKETS! – Fung Bros In Taiwan – Ep 2

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27 Replies to “BEST NIGHT MARKETS! – Fung Bros In Taiwan – Ep 2”

  1. DANK STREET FOOD

    Tonghua Linjiang Street Market is dope AF. I'm here right now in Taiwan and its LIT! I'm from Seattle and I'm here for about a month covering as many night markets as possible. I just went to Liaoning Night Market and its more of a local vibe and much smaller.

  2. Jenny Pai

    Next time you guys could focus more on the national parks of Taiwan, or spots/things to do that are in the out doors. Because for that people that loves hiking, mountain climbing, rafting, diving, surfing, etc, or people that wants to see our natural habitat, we have plenty for them to see and do. You can go further in depth with Taiwan's history and Aboriginese and Hakka culture. Or even some of Taiwan's industries. Often times, if you go to a town that is known for a certain trade in Taiwan, they also use it in terms of tourism. For example, Yingge is known for ceramics, Meinong is known for paper umbrellas and other Hakka culture. Taiwan is also great for backpackers. Also, in recent years, there are many very high quality B&Bs showing up in Taiwan, all with their own unique themes.

  3. K̵̠͆a̴̗̎ń̵̠e̴̫͂ḱ̶̲i̶̪̓C̷̝̃a̸̺̽n̵̲̓ç̴̅x̶̱̒e̶͚̔r̵̙̎C̷͍̈́e̷̯͑l̸̗̔l̸̟̑

    The thing about Taiwanese people is that they clap incredibly fast

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