Bali Ferry Port
No.36, Guanhai Blvd., Bali Township, Taipei County, Taiwan
On our way back to Tamsui, we decided to hang out for awhile at the Bali Ferry Port. This was because when we got down the bus from Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology, we saw numerous stalls selling street food. They just look yummy that we decided to try out some before riding the ferry.
Honestly, it was overwhelming! We wanted to try out each and every street food. There were so many choices! You know what? We can only eat so much 😛 So I was only able to try like 5 different types of street food at Bali Ferry Port area.
This one, they called it, car wheel treats. They sell it for 10NT each. You can however buy 3 and get 1 for free.
Remember my ever-favorite Taiwan Street Food? You guessed it! Would you believe they have it here too? But honestly, nothing beats the one I’ve eaten at ä¸å’Œå¸‚èˆˆå—è§€å…‰å¤œå¸‚ (Zhong He night market). It is sold at Bali Ferry Port for 25NT. The price includes 2 tofu in 1 stick.
Now, this food item was something we wanted to bring home. Dried meat & we call it “Ma Pa” here in the Philippines. Yummy, yummy yummy! This was sold at 100NT per pack. Anyway, I wasn’t able to bring it home coz I was able to finish it when we got back to the hotel hahaha!
Lastly, our favorite from all the ones we tried: Potato Chips. Pretty innovative, they were able to put all those potato chips in one stick. Such great presentation and yummy too btw. I wasn’t able to buy one coz I was really full. My friends let me try theirs so I can say that it tasted good. It was just 35NT per stick. Affordable!
Hayyy, I really miss Taiwan! I wish our country had a place like this where we could enjoy street foods like there’s no tomorrow. Such a great experience 🙂
More of Bali Ferry Port here.