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Taiwan Night Market

Feast your way through noodles, bao, dumplings, bubble tea and more in Sunnybank.
By Sarah Ward
June 21, 2022
By Sarah Ward
June 21, 2022

Two nights. Twenty-five food stalls. One bustling place — and one big celebration of Taiwanese culture. That's the formula behind Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown's Taiwan Night Market, which is finally back for the first time since 2019, serving up a feast of bites to eat on Friday, July 8–Saturday, July 9.

If you've been along before, you'll know that this excuse to tuck into noodles, bao, dumplings, bubble tea and more is always busy. With roti, sweet potato taro fries and desserts on offer as well, that'll still be the case this year. Around 15,000 people usually make a visit, so prepare to have company — from 4.30–9.30pm on the Friday and 1–9pm on the Saturday.

As well as oh-so-much to taste and sip, the openair market will also span live entertainment, carnival games and activities for kids.

Entry is free. Obviously, you'll still need to bring your wallet to purchase whatever tempts your tastebuds from the hefty Taiwanese street food selection as you wander along.

And if you're wondering exactly where to head, the event is taking over the southside shopping centre's level four carpark.


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