|Fare||one day pass NT$ 50|
|Where to buy||1.Ticket on Bus，Charge by section NT$15 / once ; sectional fare, Charge by section, one-way ticket NT$30
2.Method of payment: Two section-fares are charged on the bus, with Dawulun Tourism Factory and Feicui Bayas the section point. No buffer zone. The bus fares are charged in accordance with the standard of Keelung City. one day pass NT$50. You can purchase your ticket on the bus
3.We accept: easy card, ipass
|Service Hotline||New Taipei City Government E-Bus System:+886-2-24323185, 0800-588010
TRA Keelung Station(Visitor Information Certer):+886-2-24287664
Keelung Bus: +886-2-24323185
Guidelines for carrying folding bikes on the bus:
Keelung's Miaokou (lit. temple entrance) is located in the center of Keelung City. The rise of the night market has much to do with the Dianji Temple. In the early days, pilgrims to the temple would gather at the temple; sometimes outdoor performers and other entertainers would perform near the temple as well. Street vendors selling food and drink were in turn attracted to the area by the large amount of foot traffic, and all of these factors contributed to the rise and prosperity of Miaokou. The number of vendors increased and the night market gradually stretched from its center at Ren 3rd Road into Ai 3rd Road and Ai 4th Road. This is the famous "Miaokou Night Market", the prime tourist attraction of Keelung.
The characteristic of Miaokou's snacks is that vendors present all of their dishes clearly in front of customers. Every individual dish served in the night market has its own flavor and history. Miaokou's exhibition hall of delicious food and snacks is open year-round, displaying a wide variety of dishes made from rice, flour and beans, as well as seafood, meats, desserts and frozen treats. Many food experts praise Miaokou as having "the largest variety of dishes in the whole of Taiwan". Some famous dishes include tempura, dingbiancuo (potside scrapings), sandwiches, chicken rolls, butter crab, thick bean-sprout soup, fresh seafood, pork knuckle, braised eel soup, bubble ice, etc.