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    Tue-Sun 07:00-18:00

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  • Address

    No.8, Sec. 1, Roosevelt Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Nanmen Market (南門市場), located opposite the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, was first established during the Japanese Colonial Era and is one of the oldest traditional markets in Taipei City. Over time, it has become a popular spot for locals to purchase a variety of pastries, groceries, sauces, small dishes, and traditional snacks, making it a top choice for Chinese New Year shopping.

Following its renovation in 2023, the newly opened market features two floors of diverse shops selling fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, seafood, and groceries, allowing visitors to experience the bustling atmosphere of a traditional market and the daily life of the locals. The market is also filled with an array of prepared foods and snacks, drawing large crowds, especially during the Chinese New Year. Some of the stalls, such as Shanghai Hexing Rice Cake Shop and Yichang Yufang, are always packed with long lines of customers due to their irresistible offerings.

For international visitors looking to experience traditional Taiwanese market culture, Nanmen Market (南門市場), located outside the MRT Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall station, is the perfect place to satisfy their curiosity. Don't forget to visit the renowned zongzi shops, where you can taste the distinct northern and southern styles of this traditional rice dumpling.


Airport Transfer: Taipei

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