No. 21, Yi 1st Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Keelung City 202, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Department of Tourism and City Marketing, Keelung City Government
Foreigners who visit Ren'ai Market for the first time and see the numerous meats, fruits, and vegetables, dim sum, with the sounds of peddlers hawking one after another, you will think that you have come to a large-scale complex traditional market. But as long as you go up the escalator to the second floor, and you will find that it is totally different than you think inside. It turns out that the whole market shows the rich and diverse culture of the common people in Keelung.
The history of Ren'ai Market can be traced back to 1909, and it was the largest non-staple food supplier in Keelung during the Japanese occupation. The current market building was opened in 1989, not only integrating residential buildings and markets but also equipped with underground parking lots. At Ren'ai Market, you can find local street foods and Keelung specialties. It is not an exaggeration to say that Ren'ai Market is a civilian department store. Especially in recent years, via the promotion of the Internet, Ren'ai Market has become one of the favorite food places for young people. Now going to the market and eating food has become a trendy culture in Keelung, and many stores have gradually developed their own good reputation.
No. 21, Ai 3rd Rd., Ren’ai Dist., Keelung City
Take the Taiwan Railway to Keelung Railway Station and walk for about 10 minutes.