We also called “Yehilu”. It locates in Yehliu Village, Wanli District, New Taipei City in Taiwan. Yehliu is a famous scenic spot in north coast of Taiwan. This area is the promontory of Datun Mountain range extent in East China Sea. The length is about 1700 meters and the width is about 250 meters. This magnificent area is prone to erosion from a combination of seawater, wave, and wind forces. The constant effect of these factors over time has resulted in a geological landscape that seems otherworldly. There are three of the most famous rocks in Yehliu Geopark which are “queen’s head rock”, “fairy’s shoe rock” and “candle stick rock”.
It is mainly gathering in Jishan St., Shuqi Rd. and Qingbian Rd. Jiufen is one of the popular scenic spots in Taiwan. The tourists there are numerous and endless. To analyze from the tourists. On the weekday, the half of the tourists come from Japan and Korea and some travelers from China, Hong Kong and Macao, the other half are the local tourists. On weekends, it’s more for domestic travel. Jiufen is an international scenic spot in northern Taiwan. The shopping area is famous for its history, natural scenery and the culture of traditional food.
位於臺北市士林區，以攤販範圍界於東邊文林路、西邊基河路、北邊小北街與小西街內為主的三角地帶，是台北市內最大、亦是全台打卡次數最高的夜市地標。曾多次獲選為台灣代表夜市、觀光客來台必去景點首選，揚名國際，在遠見雜誌「全台夜市遊逛」大調查中，以15.4％得票率獲得臺灣最喜愛的夜市「第二名」(第一名 逢甲夜市 25.6%)。
Shilin Night Market
Shilin Night Market is a night market in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan, and is often considered to be the largest and most famous night market in the city.
The night market encompasses two distinct sections sharing a symbiotic relationship: a section formerly housed in the old Shilin Market building, containing mostly food vendors and small restaurants; and the surrounding businesses and shops selling other nonfood items. The food court holds 539 stalls, and the second floor serves as a parking lot for 400 cars. In addition to the food court, side streets and alleys are lined with storefronts and roadside stands. Cinemas, video arcades, and karaoke bars are also prevalent in the area. Like most night markets in Taiwan, the local businesses and vendors begin opening around 16:00. As students begin returning home from school, crowds reach their peak between 20:00 and 23:00. Businesses continue operating well past midnight, closing around 01:00 or 02:00.
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