Xitun District Morning Market is usually packed with housewives and elderly population, doing their daily grocery shopping. Morning markets tends to sell a lot of raw food materials like fresh pork, chicken, vegetables, fruits, and also ready-cooked food for takeaway.
Blending into the local culture, we took the chance to visit a morning market nearby our hotel. We definitely enjoyed the thrill of discovery in these authentic bustling market.
There are vendors selling a wide variety of items ranging from food items to common household items, clothing, shoes and tools.
We bought some local Rice Dumpling and homemade Almond Tea from some food vendors in the market before heading back to our hotel.
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