Ezihliao Fish Port Tourist Fish Market
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Ezihliao Fish Port Tourist Fish Market

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The Ezihliao Fish Port Tourist Fish Market, smaller in scale, is one of the most original and fascinating fish market, selling first hand from fishermen to fishmongers. Fresh catches are delivered to the fishmongers in the market right after a preliminary selection. In the market, the sellers and buyers yell out prices and bargain, while more buyers and tourists visit to get high quality fish with reasonable price. This traditional market is a top choice for seafood among locals and non-locals.

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