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It contains stands serving local snacks, and restaurants that serve traditional Taiwanese dishes and many delicacies including snake blood and meat, turtle blood and meat and deer penis wine, which are not normally found anywhere else.
Many Taiwanese have a negative view of Snake Alley, which was once a legal red-light district. The Huaxi Street Night Market has a history of over 50 years. Until the s, it was a red light district,  with pornography shops and strippers congregating along the two sides of these streets.
Prostitutes could be easily found in the brothels in the area, where they waited for customers in plain view. Snake Alley got its nickname due to the numerous restaurants serving snake meat in the past. Because of its various restaurants and food stalls, the night market has been recognized by the Michelin Guide. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Market in Wanhua, Taipei, Taiwan.
The Salty Egg. Retrieved 27 December Kristof and Special To the New York. Retrieved Queer Politics and Sexual Modernity in Taiwan. Hong Kong University Press. ISBN Taipei Times. Retrieved 27 August The Straits Times. South China Morning Post. Le Huffington Post in French. Night markets in Taiwan. Caotun Fengjia. Dongdamen Luodong. See also: List of night markets in Taiwan.
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