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Talat Somphet Market

Talat Somphet Market

4.1/5111 Reviews
Market
Mae Ping River

Mae Ping River

4.3/5143 Reviews
River
Buak Hard Public Park

Buak Hard Public Park

4.4/554 Reviews
City Park
Saturday Night Market Walking Street

Saturday Night Market Walking Street

4.4/5402 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
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.
Back Street Books

Back Street Books

4.1/588 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Bo Sang Umbrella Village

Bo Sang Umbrella Village

4/5109 Reviews
Folk Village
Wat Suan Dok

Wat Suan Dok

4.4/5269 Reviews
Temple
Wat Suan Dok is located outside Chiang Mai Old City, where a religion university is seated. It was also the location of the royal garden of King Lanna, so it is also called "flower garden temple". Covering a large area, Wat Suan Dok boasts various magnificent buildings such as a golden Buddha that has been worshiped for years as well as a group of white pagodas. The scenery is graceful at sunset.
Bhubing Palace

Bhubing Palace

4.3/5638 Reviews
Palace
Monday-Sunday 8:30-16:30 (sales time is 8:30-15:30), the garden is open every day, the interior of the palace is only open on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays; the royal staff visits from January to March It will be temporarily closed. (Local time)
Bhubing Rajanives Palace is one of the royal residences where Thai royalty have traditionally gone to escape the summer heat. It was built in 1961 in the mountains overlooking Chiang Mai. The white-walled building decorated with yellow tiles is a unique bit of Thai architecture nestled in the green mountains. Elegant and exotic, the garden is lush and full of imported plants and flowers, such as rose and sage. The park holds more than just the palace, and includes wooden cabins and a reservoir. For travelers who enjoy the mountains, it is worth visiting and staying for a while.
Wat Mahawan

Wat Mahawan

4.3/581 Reviews
Temple
Wat Umong Suan Puthatham

Wat Umong Suan Puthatham

4.5/5204 Reviews
Temple
Wat Umong was built in the 14th Century during the reign of King Mangrai. It is located at the foot of the Doi Suthep mountains. Few tourists come here and, as a result, the atmosphere is suffused with a sense of Zen. At the center of the wat, there is a Sukhothai-style chedi, also called a stupa. Ancient walls surround the chedi. Buddhas of different sizes and shapes are carved into the walls, creating a spectacular sight. Surrounded by thickly wooded forests and small waterfalls, it is particularly beautiful at sunset.
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