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Keelung is Taiwan's second largest seaport after Kaohsiung. Also Keelung was first lived by the Ketagalan, a tribe of Taiwanese aborigine. Today Keelung is the principal port of Northern Taiwan as it is only about 30 minutes drive to Taiwan's capital Taipei. Many visitors will arrive in Keelung by cruiseship as it has become a popular cruise destination to explore Northern Taiwan, Taipei or Keelung with its many attraction itself.
A must see is the Night Market - a colourful, busy and bustling affair that attracts people from Taiwan and many tourists. Although Taiwan now just got a disaster from Typhoon Morakot, but it is fortunately that Keelung and surrounding areas are still far from the tyhoon which had killed more than peoples in South Taiwan.
So it is still safe to visit Keelung city. Keelung Nightlife Keelung Nighlif e may not so busy and glitzy as Taipei. Not so many nightclub and bars in Keelung. But Keelung famous for its night market and delicous food. There is actually a functional temple but it's practically buried under all the market stalls. Food stands line the open space between the gate and the door while vendors sell clothing and other trinkets on surrounding streets.
Keelung is sprawling and very popular. The night market is easily accessible on foot for most travelers arriving from other cities. From the Keelung railway station walk east straight along the street following the harbor in the direction of the Keelung Harbor Bureau identifiable at night by its large orange neon sign. The night market is roughly one block from the point where you cross a freeway overpass. Keelung is the second largest seaport in Taiwan.
A Port and Gateway to Taipei. Situated in the northern part of Taiwan island, Keelung used to be called Jilong, which means hencoop. The name was later changed to Keelung which means "rich and prosperous land". Keelung night market Miao Kou. Qingan Temple. One of the largest and oldest temple in Keelung, it has been around for over years. It honours the Goddess Matsu. Keelung narrow street in downtown Watch Keelung, a town with old charm, lovely place to visit in Taiwan video here.