SHI LING Night Market: SHI LING Night Market
GREAT shopping! GREAT food! (Though sanitation is questionable...) GOT to try the Pearl Milk Tea and the 'xiao chi' (little snacks)! And the 'xue pian'!!! My favorite! Shaved vanilla ice with your choice of toppings...strawberry is always safe!!!
Dress Code: Comfortable. It gets REALLY crowded!
KTV at CASHBOX: Here with...
KTV at CASHBOX: Here with Perry, Jon and the gang...
Singing and dancing with friends until dawn...can't beat that! 'Dancing Queen, young and sweet only seventeen...' Great snacks to go with the singing! (We would always get the 'suai jiao' (dumplings)) And the milk tea is YUMMY!
Dress Code: None.
KISS: With the girls from...
KISS: With the girls from Cali...
Where else can you see men doing the 'choo choo' all night long!
A very large club with two different rooms for music selection. The main floor has a stage. In the summer of 98, the wanna-be backstreet boys were there...it was HILARIOUS watching the Taiwanese locals try and imitate their moves...well worth the trip! We would hit Kiss on Wednesdays (Ladies Night) or Fridays... And the BEST was finding a BMW taxi cab with DVD system waiting for you outside...only in TAIPEI baby!
Dress Code: Not strictly enforced.
Besides Nightmarkets, there...
Besides Nightmarkets, there are still some fun places to go at night here. You could go to BrownSugar to hear Jazzmusic, go to Kiss to dance, go to YangMingShan to watch the night scenes from mountain, go to see a midnight movie, or just go to 7-11 to have a hot soup, snacks..
Well, I know it might be special in Taiwan that we close stores pretty late, around 10 or 10.30 pm. So you don't have to worry what if you want to eat food at night, just go out, and find a convenient store just in the corner. 7-11, other convenient stores are VERY popular here, almost EVERY alley has one, and they are all 24 hours, great, huh?
Milk Pub: Milk Pub
Everything here is WHITE. Small cute & cool place. Gets quite here sometimes because the door use a number lock. Only the ones (or the cool people) who knows the combination can come in. But when it's high...it gets really high. This would be another place to watch starts. But the stars here are the artistic types (Not the pop-music singers)
Roxy 99: Roxy 99
Despite the slightly dodgy sounding name, this place is really cool. Like most pubs in Taipei it won't going until 9 pm. They play mostly alt rock and the DJ has a selection of what would seem to be over 4000 cds.
Good mix of locals and friendly expats. Quite a few vagrant English teacher types.
Good food too
Dress Code: casual - grungy
I went to the night club the...
I went to the night club the name is 'KISS'.
It located inside the gorgeous hotel.(Sorry I forgot the name!)
The facilities are pretty good.
It consists of 2 floor and not only have a big dance floor also have enough space for bar.
Taiwanise dance very enthusiastic !!
You can absolutery enjoy dancing with them !!
Shihlin Night Market: Shihlin Night Market
I liked this market, because there were no snake restaurants, which were popular in other markets. The atmosphere of the place was good for women anyway. It had scores of stalls that sell many things, and you could bargain. They were mostly clothes for the young people and children. The quality was not good, though. It's a very nice place to stroll at night. It came really alive after 8:00 pm. As it is close to the Chienten MRT station, it might be a good chance to try MRT.
The Tavern: Great sports bar
The tavern shows live premiership football from England, serves good beers and food, is well furnished and has free internet and about 50 mini TV screens dotted around the place!
MARCOPOLO: Bar facing 101
Minimum consume 500 NTD pro person. Red color, strong alchohol, nice music and good atmosphere. 101 stands just in front of you....
- Business Travel
- Luxury Travel
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
foods: Dihwa St. food market(before the Chinese New Year)
Visit before the Chinese New Year. all the foods. taste before buying.(or only for taste) beware of the pickpocket.
Dress Code: n/a
- Budget Travel
- Arts and Culture
The Brass Monkeys
New friends met in Brass Monkey! Hey Kerrie..look at the camera..! Hey Mehala, what r u looking at ?
MOS: WE're Party Animals
Music Dance Beer Fashion.......whatever you want.(But legal!!)
Dress Code: Well Nice dress merely.( As the guide puts it!!)
Huahsi Street Night Market (Snake Alley)
Another popular night market in Taipei. Snake alley is famous for the snake restaurants selling snake soup and wine. But there are other food vendors too selling all kinds of yummy food.
- Food and Dining
- Budget Travel
MTV (Movie Television): MTV (Movie Television)
Where you would rent a movie and a room with your friends...huge couches...and snacks...and you would watch the movie on the HUGE screen with surround sound. Lots of fun!
Dress Code: None
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