Daxi Old Street(大溪老街)
Woodcarving crafts — take home the century-old elegant craftsmanship.
Must-eat traditional delicacies — bean curd, peanut brittle, rice cake, and tofu pudding.
Baroque-style shophouses —architectural trend during the Taisho period.
Other scenic attractions in the area include Daxi Bridge, Lee Teng-Fang Ancient Residence, Wude Temple, Daxi Wood Art Ecomuseum, etc. Daxi Old Street provides not only traditional Taiwanese toys, but also authentic must-try Taiwanese delicacies, including Daxi dried tofu, moonlight cakes, peanut caramel candies, tofu puddings, salty rice puddings and rice dumplings. When traveling in Taoyuan, be sure to visit Daxi Old Street, where you will experience the true Taiwanese flavor!
Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
- Introductory Lecture
- Bus Station
- Parking Lot
- Bike Rest Stop
Straight from airportWe came here straight after touched down from Taoyuan airport. Stayed at Daxi Laocheng, Si-Ji-Xing-Guan that was 10min walk to Daxi old street. The shops looked modern yet mixed with old architecture. A good half day stroll to eat and sightseeing.
Nice place for street food 🥘Excellent place for street food.. with old architecture building along the street u can definitely can enjoy their local food n snacks..but not much choices for souvenir.. enjoy the ice cream wrapped with pan cake..
Amazing old streetThis street is really great, some beautiful Japanese colonial architecture and there are great arty shops - still regretting not buying a piece we saw
Lovely visitBustling, colorful old street with plenty to see and taste. Being a weekend, finding a parking spot near the park that leads to the old street was a bit of a challenge.
So beautiful area.its the place better Tham night market in Taipei, you ca see lots of historical buildings, and the food you must try like dried bean tofu in Daxi.
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