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Chiang Mai Market

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Sunday Walking Street, Wualai Walking Street, Warorot Market (Kad Luang), Somphet Market, JJ market, Muang Mai Market, Thipanet Market, Kamthieng Flower Market, Flower Market, Anusarn Market, and more.

Bustling with energetic and eager locals as well as tourists, the markets in Chiang Mai offer an amazing shopping experience. These markets are packed with small and big stalls and shops selling a number of items. Starting from impressive local handicrafts and traditional clothing to home decor items and fashion accessories, you can find a wide range of shoppable items in the markets here.

A paradise for not only shopaholics but also foodies, the Chiang Mai markets are also home to a number of upmarket cafes and restaurants that serve delicious Thai as well as global cuisines. These markets also offer budget shopping experiences and have rooms for amazing bargaining. While some markets like the Chang Puak Gate market and Kad Na Mor are regular markets, others like the Friday Morning Market and Chiang Mai Sunday Night Market only offer weekend shopping experiences.

Here is the list of best markets in Chiang Mai:

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Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

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The Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is one of the most famous night markets in Chiang Mai. It is also a central night attraction in Chiang Mai. It’s a hub of numerous shops selling items like accessories, games, food, vegetables, pieces of furniture, hardware, kitchenware, etc.

You must check the prices of the things you intend to buy. Nothing is fixed in this market, so you have to showcase your art of bargaining. There are several cafes, restaurants, and bars nearby the market. You can dine there and walk around the market at night. It’s a great experience on its own.

Location- Chang Moi Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai.

Timings- 05:00 PM to 12:00 AM.

Specialty- Jewelry, furniture, souvenirs, etc.

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Sunday Walking Street

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The most famous shopping destination in Chiang Mai, Sunday Walking Street is a treat in itself. It is one of those night markets in Chiang Mai where you can enjoy art, music, crafts, and delicious food. There are handmade souvenirs that you would love to behold.

The spirit of Thailand lies in this evergreen market. The market is a venue for local events like beauty pageants, dance shows, music shows, etc. It takes place every Sunday, so the roads are not open to traffic. Get some lip-smacking noodles with sushi, pancakes, and sausages for dinner. The market extends from the Tha Pae Gate to Ratchadamnoen RD, thus making this market a walking street. 

Location- Rachadamnoen Road | Si Phum, 50200, Thailand.

Timings- 06:00 PM to 12:00 AM.

Specialty- Events for dance, music, arts, etc.

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Wualai Walking Street

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The Wualai Walking Street Market or simply the Saturday market is very similar to the Sunday market. It takes place every Saturday opposite the old Chiang Mai Gate. So if you are planning on exploring the Chiang Mai gate, make sure it’s on Saturday.

It’s a lively market where you can get several handicrafts and products made by the locals. If you’re hungry, the market is an ideal place to have some delicious meals as well. This night market in Chiang Mai is not like just any market. It’s a heaven for people looking for decorative items, wooden artifacts, ornaments, and silverware. What charms the most is the chirpy atmosphere and friendly vendors.

Location- Wua Lai Rd, Tambon Phra Sing, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai.

Timings- 05:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

Specialty- Decorative items and artifacts.

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Warorot Market (Kad Luang)

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If you are a foodie and are looking for an ideal place to have some lip-smacking snacks, then you are welcome to the Warorot market in Chiang Mai. It is here you can have a variety of tasty meals, local snacks, and fresh juices. This is one of those markets in Chiang Mai that are famous for selling inexpensive goods like designer clothing, fashionable accessories, personal care products, etc.

For women, there is a wide range of cheap but authentic cosmetics, jewelry, and personal care in the market. The market is just like an exclusive shopping mall with 2-3 storeys. The basement of the market is filled with an open kitchen like décor.

Location- Between Thapae Road and Chang Moi Road | In the north of Nawarat Bridge and the west side of Ping River, Chiang Mai.

Timings- 06:00 AM to 05:00 PM.

Specialty- Inexpensive items and food.

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Somphet Market

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Located amid the old city, the charismatic and open-air Somphet Market is where you should head first. It’s a market where you can get a large variety of fresh and organic fruits, meat, spices, and vegetables. Quite famous for multi-hued flower stalls, the Somphet Market is an ideal place to hang out and get some new deals.

It’s a busy market where you can experience authentic Thai culture. Try the famous traditional Northern Lanna cuisine in some nearby restaurants. Bargaining is a choice that you can make here. The market is blessed with souvenirs for tourists and tasty street food, giving a good run for the money. It is one of the most visited markets in Chiang Mai.

Location- Si Phum Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai. 

Timing- 04:00 PM to 12:00 AM.

Specialty- Fresh fruits and vegetables.

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JJ market

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JJ market or the Jing Jai Market in Chiang Mai is one of the most popular markets in Chiang Mai. Located in the northern region of Chiang Mai’s old city, JJ Market is an ideal place to relax and have some coffee after a tiresome tour of the town.

It’s a pleasant market where you can buy handicrafts, organic ingredients, beautiful collectibles, furniture, tasty food, etc. It’s an indoor market, quiet and peaceful in nature. The quality of products in the JJ market is applauding. One of the best things about this market is that you'll find a series of brand new designer clothing line here.

Location- Chang Phueak, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai. 

Timing- 08:30 AM to 08:00 PM.

Specialty- Fresh food and pleasant ambiance.

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Muang Mai Market

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The most exceptional wholesale market in nature, Muang Mai Market provides fresh fruits and vegetables worth your money. There are only a handful of Chiang Mai markets that offer a variety of goods and services, and street snacks that are so fresh and mouthwatering.

You can easily avail of some items that cost even a dollar or two. There is no compromise on the quality of ingredients. If you love cooking, you can find organic vegetables and seasonings at a reasonable price. With their standards so high and prices so unbeatable, Muang Mai is worth checking out at least once. They sell fresh and healthy meat with whole herbs and curry pastes as well.

Location- 1, 1 Wichayanon Rd, Tambon Chang Moi, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai. 

Timings- Open 24 hours.

Specialty- Fresh herbs and food.

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Thipanet Market

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The Thipanet Market in Chiang Mai is famous for selling exclusive Buddhist amulets. It’s an undercover market that opens early in the morning and specializes in arts, crafts, amulets, and souvenirs. It is here that you can easily get some religious charms and Buddhist souvenirs. You’ll mostly find travelers here.

The best thing about the Thipanet Market is that you can find products that are not readily available at more prominent shopping malls. Several small shops in the market sell hand-crafted wooden decorative items and bronze Thai statues. The artworks here are rare, affordable, and the best in the market. All in all, the Thipanet market is the best market in Chiang Mai to gain some amulet knowledge as well. 

50100, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai.

09:00 AM to 12:00 AM.

Buddhist Amulets.

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Kamthieng Flower Market

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Kamthieng Flower market is the biggest wholesome floral market in town where the vendors are quite friendly in nature. It’s a total gem that Chiang Mai beholds. It is one of those markets in Chiang Mai where you can shop for fresh flowers in Thailand. Located nearby the Lotus Supermarket, you can admire a wide range of flora here, including roses, carnations, tulips, etc.

Travelers come here to explore more of floral beauty. If you are into gardening, this particular floral market is where you should head. They have such beautiful palm trees, flowers, watering systems, fishpond gears, and decorations for sale. Apart from this, you can also purchase soil, rocks, pebbles, gardening tools, etc. This market has everything you need.

Location- Pa Tan Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai.

Timings- 08:00 AM to 07:30 PM.

Specialty- Fresh flowers and gardening tools.

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Flower Market

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The best feature of Chiang Mai markets is that you can avail almost everything here; from fresh food and vegetables to souvenirs and flowers. Located on the reverse side of the famous Wororot Market alongside Mae Ping River, you’ll discover the beautiful flower street laden with a series of stalls showcasing colorful flowers with a soothing fragrance.

Flowers like Jasmine, marigolds, roses, etc. can be spotted easily. It’s an ideal market to buy decorative garlands. Some shops sell gorgeous bouquets like roses, baby’s breath, tulle, lavenders, etc. It’s a chirpy market filled with people exploring every bit of it.

Location- 90 Wichayanon Rd, Tambon Chang Moi, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai.

Timings- Open 24 hours.

Specialty- Flower bouquets, garlands, etc.

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Anusarn Market

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One of the many ordinary night markets in Chiang Mai, the Anusarn Market is one such spot to walk around and have some ‘me’ time. Make your evenings classy by exploring one of the sassiest markets in Chiang Mai. There are fewer chances of you to spot any vendor from the night market during the day; however, the permanent shops stay the same.

If you are low on budget or do not wish to spend much on your trip, then you must visit the Anusarn market. Satisfy your appetite with some lip-smacking seafood, Thai food, Asian and American cuisines, etc. To relax after tiresome sightseeing, enjoy some quality time at various Thai massage studios. Things you can buy here are designer clothes, accessories, shoes, gifts, and souvenirs, etc.

Location- 149/24, 149 27-28 Changklan Rd, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai.

Timings- 04:00 PM to 12:00 AM.

Specialties- Live music shows, food, and massages.

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Baan Tawai

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If you have a thing for traditional Thai handicrafts and Asian antiques, then the Baan Tawai market is the right place for you. Take a serene handicraft trip to Baan Tawai, where everything is worth spending money. The atmosphere is calm and composed.

Baan Tawai is a fun market where you can relish old wooden traditional Thai houses, appealing coffeehouses, and several vendors selling handicrafts and antiques. You can watch artists creating crafts. You don’t need to worry about their prices as items here are around 30-40 percent cheaper than other Chiang Mai markets.

Location- Khun Klong Hang Dong District, Chiang Mai.

Timings- 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM.

Specialty- Handicrafts and antiques.
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Ton Lamyai Market

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The beautiful Ton Lamyai market is located on the eastern side of the Warorot Market. It’s a blossoming flower market where you can explore some bright colored flowers that make the vendors proud. This market is open 24 hours every day.

The vendors put stalls with fresh flowers, including orchids, roses, marigolds, etc. If you make an early entry to the market, you’ll find yourself amid a paradise with colorful and freshly cut flowers with hypnotizing aroma. They also stock clothes, handicrafts, accessories, etc. It’s one of the most picturesque markets in Chiang Mai.

Location- 88/1 Witchayanon Rd, Chiang Mai.

Timings- Open 24 hours.

Specialty- Blistering flowers and garlands.

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Kalare Night Market

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You'd miss a lot on your canvas if you didn't explore the marvelous Kalare Night Bazaar. Located nearby the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, here comes the Kalare Night Bazaar which is a complete adventure in its own. Nestled away in peace from the hustle-bustle of several night markets in Chiang Mai, this market is home to several artist studios, jewelers, tour guides, clothing and accessory outlets, and food courts.

The dining options here are plenty, so much that it'll leave you baffled. They follow the coupon dining system. Relish your tastebud with delicious cuisines like Indian, Thai,  Chinese, or Japanese. Want some cool bags? There are some shops in the Kalare Night Market where you can find some great deals on fashionable bags and purses. They also savor you with puppet shows, Thai dance, and music shows, etc. 

Location- Chang Khlan Road, Chang Khlan Subdistrict, Chiang Mai.

Timings- 6 PM to 12 AM.

Specialty- Puppet show and Thai dance performances and dining arrangements. 

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Chang Puak Gate Market

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A major attraction of the city, Chang Puak Gate market is one of the most popular markets in Chiang Mai. Located in northern Chiang Mai this market attracts a lot of crowd from day to night and witnesses a great hustle in the city. This famous night market features all kinds of items like gifts, thai speciality products, lanterns, ornaments, paintings, candles and many items for you to shop.

Make sure to learn some bargaining skills before visiting the place so that you won’t fall into the trap of some frauds and make out the best prices of the products you buy. It also has a collection of cafe outlets that serves lip-smacking. Thai noodles, rice crepes, fruit juices, skewered meat and seafood cuisines at a bargain price range.

248/70 Manee Nopparat Rd, Tambon Si Phum, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand

5 PM to 12 AM

Cafe, paintings, lanterns, ornaments

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Friday Morning Market

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Known for its decent shopping experience, the Friday Morning Market is one of the most budget-friendly markets in Chiang Mai. You can go to buy clothes, wooden arts, local fruits and vegetables, thai umbrella, rice containers and many more stuff without burning a hole in your pockets.

You will also find a special thai oil being sold here made out of thai herbs which is said to cure headaches and joint pain problems. It also features jams, jellies and pickles made by local people using their own methods and are definitely tasty to try on. Definitely go on to try out the fine restaurants serving quality desserts, rice crepes, soups, thai curry that are quite famous among the tourists here.

Chang Moi Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand

6 AM to 11 AM, on Fridays

Restaurants, local fruits and vegetables, clothing

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Kad Na Mor (Malin Plaza)

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Located in front of the Chiang Mai University, Kad Na Mor is a very attractive Chiang Mai market, selling a large collection of men and women's clothes, sunglasses, shoes, funky handbags, beauty products and many more. Due to its affordable pricing range and location in front of the University,

This place is quite famous among students and is sometimes referred to as the student’s market. This place is quite crowded during the night time so you can also opt to visit this place during the daytime to explore this place without any discomfort. You can also treat yourself to the most demanded bubble tea, mango ice creams, hot pots, Japanese and Korean dishes available in the market.

99 58 Huay Kaew Rd, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand

10 AM to 11 PM

Beauty products, Korean dishes, men and women's clothes
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Rincome Night Market

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Serving a decent shopping experience Rincome Night market features majorly in clothes,  handbags, electronics and houseware items, and manicure parlours. This Chiang Mai market is majorly famous among the local students for its much affordable price range on all available items.

Electronics and food occupy a major place in this market and are in much demand. This place can be a treat to you if you are on a strict budget and yet want to do some variety shopping from your trip to the place. You can explore some manicure and spa shops that specialise in Thai massages, ayurvedic, Indian massages and relaxing manicure sessions. You can either shop or dine in some good cafes serving seafood, desserts, Thai curries or treat yourself in the manicure parlours for an enjoyable time.

Kad Rincome Huay Kaew Rd, Tambon Chang Phueak, ?.????? Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand

9 AM to 10 PM

Manicure parlours, electronics and houseware items, Thai curries

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Cham Cha Market

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Cham Cha Market is a one-of-its-kind Chiang Mai market held in an open area, under shady trees that offers a peaceful environment. Cham Cha market brings life to the place with its attractive clothes and local handicrafts that it sells. It's a lot different from the other markets due to its open surrounding area that allows you to freely roam in the area without getting congested.

Held both during the day and night you can find small shops in cottage shaped houses that sell a variety of goods like home decor items, clothes, funky pieces of jewellery, ceramic items and other interesting stuff. Here is a special pizza shop that makes the most famous pizzas with customised toppings and it is well renowned among all the visitors. Apart from that here, you will find a good number of restaurants famous for its desserts, fruit juices and local dishes which are praised by all the tourists visiting the place.

Location: 13, 16 ???? 2 ??? 11, San Klang, San Kamphaeng District, Chiang Mai 50130, Thailand

Timings: Thursday & Friday - 11.30 AM to 4 PM, Saturday & Sunday - 9 AM to 2 PM, Closed from Monday to Wednesday

Pizza shop, local handicrafts, funky pieces of jewellery

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Thung Fa Bot Market

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One of the well-known weekend markets in Chiang Mai, Thung Fa Bot market sells beautifully designed ceramics, flowers, rare accessories and clothing that will be a great experience for you to watch out for. This place started in 1959 and it was famous for its cattle trading business which has been carried on for a long time.

It's a quite unique market that showcases the way of living of the people settled there rather than the normal markets. From cattle trading, this place has grown to a great level where more than hundreds of trades come to this place to sell clothes, fruits stocks, Buddhist talismans, home decor items and many more. You can also take out time to explore the cafes and restaurants and enjoy some good Thai meals, local cuisines or fruit juices to satiate your hunger.

San Pa Tong district, near km indicator 25 on Route 108 (Chiang Mai – Hot road)

6 AM to 12 noon, every Saturday

Home decor items, Thai cuisine, ceramics, rare accessories
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People Also Ask About Chiang Mai

  1. Which are the best night markets in Chiang Mai?

    1. Chiang Mai Night market: Well known as the most famous and biggest night market, Chiang Mai night market boasts of every item that you can find. From your shopaholic side to the foodie in you, it is surely going to satisfy you in every way.

    2. Warorot Market(Kad Luang): One of the most alluring markets in Chiang Mai, Warorot market which is locally called Kad Luang. It features houseware, local spices, handicrafts and besides that this market also flaunts some photogenic locations too.

    3. Ton Lamyai Market: One of the most unique markets in Chiang Mai, Ton Lamyai Market is a flower market and has a collection of colourful bouquets. You can buy yourself or simply take pictures with red roses, sunflowers, orchids, jasmine, lotus and many local flowers too.

    4. Wualai Walking Street: One of the excellent markets you can visit is the Wualai walking street that will fill you up with excitement and will give you a memorable experience. You can stroll around the market taking a look at the admirable handicrafts, buy yourself colourful lanterns or it has numerous restaurants which serve some excellent quality food that you can relish.

    5. Thipanet Market: The best place that has an exclusive collection of arts, paintings, gifts, handicrafts has to be the Thipanet market. It has a collection of several shops selling Buddhist souvenirs, wooden decorative crafts, bronze thai statues and many other interesting items that will be a real pleasure for you to shop.

    6. Anusarn Market: Anusarn Market is a place that can offer you a range of items from clothes to food. Along with chic clothes, pretty house decor stuff, shoes, perfumes you can visit the spa centres for a relaxing massage session too. To end with you can visit the restaurants serving delicious seafood, Thai dishes and American cuisines too.

  2. What are the best things to buy from Chiang Mai?

    1. Thai Silk: In case you are visiting the Chiang Mai night markets make sure to buy some Thai silk which is quite renowned for its quality. You can find dresses, scarves and many other items made out of this which you can buy yourself as a souvenir.

    2. Silverware: Chaing Mai can give you a variety of pure silver items prepared by local people which are well known for its quality and designs. You can buy silver jewellery, bowls, trays or small statues for yourself or even for family and friends from the night market areas.

    3. Meditation Bowls: Meditation bowls available in Chiang Mai markets are very famous among tourists visiting the place. These bowls are made out of a special mix of metals that produce certain types of sounds when struck hard and these sounds help to accumulate your concentration power and will give a fruitful meditation session.

    4. Thai Umbrella: Another unique item that you can shop for yourself are the thai umbrellas which are different from others for their attractive floral designs made on them. These umbrellas are generally made out of bamboo, mulberry, silk and cotton too and the bamboo umbrellas can be used in rainy seasons too.

    5. Essential Oils: Chiang Mai has an exotic collection of essential oils that are made from the original plants and roots. They are available in lavender, lemon balm, peppermint, rosemary and many other varieties that are made out of local plants. But be careful to buy them from reputable shopkeepers for getting some authentic and original products.

  3. Which are the best weekend markets in Chiang Mai?

    1. Chiang Mai Night Bazaar: Well renowned as a most famous tourist attraction Chiang Mai has a variety of shopping stalls ranging from clothes to food delicacies too. You can visit this night market on weekends to shop for its famous art and handicraft collection prepared by local craftspersons.

    2. Saturday Night Market: Another amazing Chiang Mai market is the Saturday Night Market, which attracts a lot of visitors. Held at night it has a variety of local goods, spices, handbags, grocery and many more items too.

    3. Chiang Mai Sunday Night Market: Chiang Mai Sunday Night Market flaunts a fun-filled and enjoyable environment and offers you a lively shopping experience. This Chiang Mai market has the best collection of local goodies, food dishes and a live music zone for your entertainment shopping weekends.

    4. Jin Jai Farmer’s weekend market: Well known as a weekend market the Jin Jai market has the best selection of handicrafts, clothes, local farm vegetables and many more for you to experience. It also has plenty of cafes that sell some of the best cappuccinos and serves local Thai food where you can enjoy your filled out Sunday along with some live music.

    5. Ploen Ruedee Market: For the best weekend shopping experience along with enjoyment and fun-filled atmosphere Ploen Ruedde night market is the best destination for all. A chilling place that offers numerous restaurants which serves you the best authentic food along with soulful live music performances too.

  4. Which one is the biggest market in Chiang Mai?

    Chiang Mai Night Market, well renowned as the biggest market in Chiang Mai offers the best shopping options for all the shopaholics out there. It witnesses a great hustle and bustle during the nighttime as a lot of local as well as tourist people flock to this place to buy every variety of products this market features.

    You can find a variety of shops lined up along the street selling attractive clothes, souvenirs, local handicrafts and many more. There are some vendors who sell local fruits and vegetables which you can buy to taste. You can also find a good number of restaurants and cafes serving local cuisines.
  5. What are the best foods to try in Chiang Mai Markets?

    - Crispy pork skins
    - Tamarind beef
    - Red Thai chicken curry
    - Delicious Thai dips
    - Khao Kha Moo
    - Pork balls
    - Rice crepe
    - Noodles
    - Fruit juices
    - Khao Soi
    - Pad Thai

  6. What is Chiang Mai night market famous for?

    The Chiang Mai night market is quite popular among the tourists for its handicrafts and portrait paintings. This market is also famous for its intricately designed silver jewelleries, ceramic items, perfumes, essential oils, and wooden crafts.
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TTD - $
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TZS - Sh
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