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Need some inspiration for the bucket list? Add these five excellent Asian night markets—you definitely won’t be disappointed.

1: Shilin Night Market, Taipei, Taiwan

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The largest and most popular market of its kind in Taiwan, the Shilin Night Market is divided into two sections with more than 500 stalls for you to visit.

2: Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Thailand

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One of the city’s most famous attractions, the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is open every night from dusk until midnight.

3: Dongdaemun Market, Seoul, South Korea

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This market is considered a special tourism zone within the city, and is divided into five zones over 10 blocks, with more than 30,000 shops.

4: Donghuamen Night Market, Beijing, China

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This market is probably best known for its unusual foods—such as fried crickets and centipedes, or lizards on a stick!

5: Hanoi Night Market, Vietnam

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Relatively new compared to other popular night markets, this one in Hanoi operates only on weekends, but has quickly become a popular tourist destination.

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About the Author: Sarah Stone

Sarah Stone: As the managing director of Frayed Passport, my goal is to help you build a lifestyle that lets you travel the world whenever you want and however long you want, and not worry about where your next paycheck will come from. I've been to 20+ countries and five continents, lived for years as a full-time digital nomad, and have worked completely remotely since 2013. If you would like to share your story with our community, or partner with Frayed Passport, get in touch with me at sarah@frayedpassport.com!
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