Thursday, March 01, 2018

Taipei: Video and Photos of Ximending at Night

Ximending is a must experience when visiting Taipei.

Ximending is a fusion between Times Square in NYC, Myeongdong in Seoul and Mongkok in HK.

I booked a hotel in Ximending area during the short visit to Taipei, Taiwan, so I walked on the streets here every night. Best decision for a first time visit in Taipei.

The area is one big showcase of neon lights. Shops open until late here.Ximending is pedestrianised so people are everywhere. There is street food all over the place and long queues for some of the lucky ones. There are lots to see, do, eat and buy here! It is the happening place.

If one needs to while away time in the evening in Taipei, then you've got the night markets of course and Ximending as well =)

[To see the video I made of Ximending during an evening walk and see more pictures, click the READ MORE link below please]

A video during one evening stroll:

Take a peek and experience a slice of vibrant Ximending at night.

Read here my earlier blog post on Ximending and why it is a must visit, although from the pictures you can already tell why: Ximending Pedestrian Zone is a must visit!

A photo gallery of Ximending at night:

My hotel is just around the corner block from here.

Street food vendors on the go. They try to evade the patrolling police. Someone has got to make a living you know.

 This is just outside the pedestrian zone of Ximending.

I got hungry from my evening stroll and bought this crunchy chicken lemon and pepper topped with lots of spring onions and garlic. This was not so bad, but it could have been better.

Can you see why it is a must place to visit here in the evening?

This is the center point where all the pedestrian streets of Ximending meet.

More street food and local specialties on sale. Mooncakes, candies and more.

Travel Period: January 2017
Destination: Taipei, Taiwan

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All pictures were taken by a point and shoot pocket camera or a smartphone.

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