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The food in Taiwan night markets

Taiwan is in the subtropical and tropical zone that is rich in fruit production. Fresh fruit juice is at its best here.
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One of the most well-known Taiwan snacks is the oyster omelet. There are numerous kiosks selling oyster omelets, but they come with different sauces that are usually secret family recipes.
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The Shilin night market in Taipei is a favorite dining place for residents and tourists alike.  

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Like any other road in Gaoxiong city, Liuhe Road couldn't be more ordinary during the day. But when night comes, it is transformed into a prosperous market teeming with vendors and diners.
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Gaoxiong city's location by the ocean makes the Liuhe night market an ideal choice for seafood.  

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Among the various choices of fresh shrimps, oysters and crabs, you can choose what you want in your seafood soup.
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Pieces of plump, soft squid wait to be cooked.
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