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Monday, April 24, 2017

[TW] PART 9 - Hsinchu

Itinerary: Taipei Main Station 台北車站 > Hsinchu Train Station 新竹車站 > Nanliao 南寮 > Miaokou Night Market 廟口夜市

DAY SEVEN

  • Taipei Main Station 台北車站 > Hsinchu Train Station 新竹車站 > Nanliao 南寮

Caught a train from Taipei to Hsinchu!

After reaching Hsinchu, transferred to a bus to Nanliao 南寮!
台灣好行http://www.taiwantrip.com.tw/line/70
Alternatively, can take Bus 15 from Hsinchu Train Station

We were really hungry, so we went into the market and ordered a table of food! All these food for 5 of us.
I think everything costed within NT$1500. Cheap & good food.

After that bought some fish snacks from the market!

The highlight of the whole Nanliao area is the MEDITERRANEAN BUILDINGS, which I failed to go close to my last trip to Nanliao. (related post: [Backpack TW] Part 19 - Nanliao)

But this time, the sky was so gloomy and still windy, the loose sands were flying all about! The sky wasnt blue so the buildings look so old and boring. ):

Another highlight of Nanliao is... POKEMON. Everyone over there was braving through the "sandstorm" just to catch pokemon.

Please come here during summer for better photos and weather.

  • Nanliao 南寮 > Miaokou Night Market 廟口夜市


We took Bus 15 back to Hsinchu Train Station, and one of my friend found Farfetch'd in his pokemon radar. So we went for a Farfetch'd hunt around Hsinchu City. HAHAHA

After like 1 hour of hunt, we decided to walk to Miaokou Night Market. As there was no direct bus back to the train station and uber.

Walked pass this traditional market before reaching Miaokou Night Market.

Then settled down for Hsinchu's specialities!
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And bought Paus from this famous store just across Miaokou Night Market for supper!

This marks the end of our no itinerary Hsinchu trip!

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