Night markets in Taiwan are street markets in Taiwan that operate in urban or suburban areas. They are similar to those in areas inhabited by ethnic Han, such as Southeast Asia. A few, such as Huaxi Street Tourist Night Market, (or Snake Alley) utilize purpose-built marketplaces but most occupy either sidewalks (pavements) adjacent to streets or entire streets that are normal thoroughfares by day. Some night markets in smaller side streets or lanes feature retractable roofs. Most of the markets operate daily and feature a mixture of individual stalls hawking clothing, consumer goods, xiaochi (similar to snacks or fast food), and specialty drinks. The atmosphere is usually crowded and noisy with hawkers shouting and fast-paced music playing over loudspeakers. Taiwan Night Markets changed from small local gatherings to noisy streets lined up with vendors. These vendors have to adhere to some laws set by the Taiwanese Government. There are vendors selling food in some of the most famous Night Markets all around Taiwan. There are many night markets in Taiwan.
After watching the scenery of Sun Moon Lake on the ground, we wanted to take the Sun Moon Lake Ropeway, overlooking the scene of Sun Moon Lake at the high altitude.To admire the different view of Sun Moon Lake.
Shuishe Pier is located in the Sun Moon Lake, it is the famouse place to take a boat on the Sun Moon Lake.It suitable for everyone.
On the car,Mr.Sung told us that we could go to the Xiangshan Visitor Center.
And we could take a rest in the Xiangshan Café, which is a simple-but-fashionable cafe.
Today, we had a plan : went to the one of the Eight Wonders of Taiwan-- Sun Moon Lake.
The Baiyang Waterfall Trail is one of the thirty six amazing natural attractions in Taiwan.
When you cross the entrance tunnel, this remote and majestic trail is in front of your eyes.
Aad don't miss the Water Curtain Cave(Shui-lian-dong), in the cave you can see the spring water falling from the tunnel roof.