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Nimmana Haeminda Road

Nimmana Haeminda Road

4.3/5950 Reviews
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Open all day (Local time)
In the northwest of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, Nimmana Haeminda Road runs between the ancient city and Chiang Mai University. Known colloquially as Nimmana Haeminda Road, the road is a fashionable meeting place and a favorite spot among young people in Chiang Mai. The area is home to a variety of architectural styles: some are European while others are traditional Southeast Asian. Particularly eye-catching are the colorful cartoon sculptures. These sculptures were inspired by the motifs of different stores and have become a landmark for many tourists. Alleys are home to all types of cafés, bars, and boutiques started mostly by designers, artists, and performers. Many tourists also choose this area for dining.
Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Street

Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Street

4.6/5547 Reviews
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Sunday 17:00-22:00 (Local time)
Chiang Mai Sunday Walking Street is a very attractive night market in Chiang Mai. There are plenty of places to eat and drink, and the lively scene lasts until midnight. Many tourists intentionally arrive in Chiang Mai before Sunday so that they can visit the night market. On Sunday afternoon, vehicle traffic is restricted from the Tha Pae Gate, the eastern gate of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, along nearly 1 km of Ratchadamnoen Road and several adjoining side roads, turning the road into a pedestrian street. By then, pavement on both sides of the road and the center of the road will be occupied by vendor selling a vast array of things and many foods. There are also street performances to watch.
Chiang Mai University

Chiang Mai University

4.1/51,954 Reviews
School
Open all day (Local time)
Chiang Mai University is the premier institution of higher learning in northern Thailand. The university was founded in 1964. The campus is home to lush greenery. A tranquil pool is nestled in the woods, and the natural environment is great. The main campus is located on the eastern side of Doi Suthep One the way to Doi Suthep, many tourists stop by the university. If you are pressed for time during your sightseeing, you need to take a sightseeing bus tour. The sightseeing bus will take you around the central part of campus, to Dharma Hall, and then to a brief stop at Ang Kaew Reservoir for photos. The students walking around campus radiate youth.
Kalare Night Bazaar

Kalare Night Bazaar

4.3/5671 Reviews
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17:00-22:00. (Local time)
Kalare Night Bazaar is located between Chiang Mai Old City and the Mae Ping River. It is open every night of the week. Although it is very lively, it is also very orderly. It is both noisy and restrained at the same time. Everyday as soon as the sun goes down, all kinds of handicrafts set up for sale. Kalare Road in Chiang Mai has become a bustling night market that enthralls, entertains and entrances visitors. Both sides of the road are decorated with lights. For about two kilometers, the entire street is packed with people. There are a variety of small shops and vendors with an abundance of different goods at affordable prices. They sell different kinds of silver jewelry, embroidered fabric bags, Thai silk, Thai brocade, bamboo goods, lacquerware, carved wooden figurines and handpainted paper parasols.
Saturday Night Market Walking Street

Saturday Night Market Walking Street

4.5/5275 Reviews
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Saturday 16:00-23:00 (Local time)
Every Saturday afternoon, Wualai Road at the south gate of Chiang Mai Old City is closed to traffic for the Saturday Market. All along the road are fruit and snack vendors, filling the lanes and plaza to the brim with their booths. The merchandise for sale is very artistic, primarily consisting of local Chiang Mai handicrafts such as ethnic clothing, self-made jewelry, hand-painted lacquerware, embroidered handbags, wooden products and much more. The area is also full of street performers.
Three Kings Monument

Three Kings Monument

4.2/5356 Reviews
Monument
Located in front of the Chiang Mai Cultural Center, the Three Kings Monument was constructed to commemorate three people who have made significant contributions to Chiang Mai--the Emperor Langanheng, the King of Menglai and the King of Nanmeng. It is a landmark building in Chiang Mai. Currently, the monument has become a site of pilgrimage for the local people. People often lay flowers at the foot of the statue, ignite incense sticks and pray for the spirit of the Three Kings to bring them happiness.
Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

Doi Suthep-Pui National Park

4.6/5222 Reviews
Observation Deck
Located about 16 kilometers northwest of Chiang Mai, Doi Suthep-Pui National Park rises 1,667 meters above sea level. The hillside is full of multicolored roses, with the top of the mountain poking into the white clouds. Ascending the 300 steps to the summit, the observation deck offers panoramic views of the city of Chiang Mai, providing an ideal natural lookout spot. Local Chinese call this mountain Yuxian Mountain or Huixian Mountain ("God-Meeting Mountain").
Bann Kang Wat

Bann Kang Wat

4.6/521 Reviews
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Back Street Books

Back Street Books

4.1/587 Reviews
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Tha Phae Rd

Tha Phae Rd

4.3/590 Reviews
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