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The old streets of Daxi is over 150 years and still have some building with Japanese style. There are shops specializing wooden furniture. You may spend an hour hopping around and takes pictures of these old buildings.
was there on a sunday. The whole street was bustling with activities and humans (locals & visitors) As it's nearing nightfall, walk towards the bridge, can see the beautiful sunset from the viewing platform. There is also a sort of like playground for children. Overall...More
It takes two hours to get there from Taipei. In my opinion it os not really worth it especially if you know other old streets in Taiwan.
I was really exited to go there because a friend recommended it. You can find anything they sell...More
I was on a short, 12 hour layover on my way to Singapore and had two school leaders who visited me in the US take me around Daxi Township, Taoyuan. It was an early mornight flight and the weather perfect, no crowds, and I got...More
It's basically like a night market just that it's not limited to opening in the night only. There are many street food to eat here, and you will see many performers around this area.
We spent most of the day here shopping and looking around....More
I was told Daxi Old Street is a short street whereby it takes less than half an hour to complete the visit. However, this is not true, the street is full of historical buildings which is still well kept till date. There are few shop...More
Part of the buildings are old and classical.
And I think the most delicious food there is dougan so each time I go to Daxi Old Street I always buy a lot of dougan.
But this spot always has lots of people so please do...More
Quaint architectures. Several shops designed and decored to suit the atmosphere of being in the old days of Taiwan in this area.
Several food options, both street food and small eateries.
Walk to the walk bridge, nicely kept. The elevator from the small garden down...More