Chiang Mai Sunday Night Market is the largest and busiest night market in Chiang Mai. Every Sunday at 4 p.m., from Tapeimen, the east gate of Chiang Mai ancient city, a kilometer around Ratchadamnoen Road becomes a pedestrian street. Many tourists arrived in Chiang Mai on Sunday to visit the night market. There are all kinds of food, drink, play and shopping in Sunday night market. The bustling scene will last until midnight. At that time, there will be not only pavements on both sides of the road, but also stalls in the middle of the road. Besides souvenirs, food and so on, there will also be many small things created by young local designers that integrate classical and modern Thai aesthetics. Some goods can even be DIY, which is very suitable for selecting handletters. The night market will play the National Anthem around 18:00, when the whole boiling night market will suddenly quiet down, and after the national anthem is played, the former lively appearance will be restored, so we also have to do as the Romans do not speak. Handicraft - "Chiang Mai is the most effective area of the "One Village, One Specialty" support program implemented by the Queen of Thailand, which enables many Thai people living in the countryside to produce very exquisite and personalized handicraft. There are woodcarving, lacquerware, silver ornaments, porcelain, hand-painted paper umbrellas, bamboo products, embroidery bags, Tess, Tamar and so on. Most of them are elegant in shape, brilliant in color, exquisite in workmanship, and cheap in quality. Local delicacies - "Night markets are more about eating than buying. Here is a collection of all Thai cuisine, you can eat enough open belly, such as the famous mango glutinous rice, fresh tropical fruit, refreshing juice, attractive barbecue, etc., must eat addiction home ah. It's worth mentioning that there are hardly any trash cans or bags on the road, but Thai people will take the initiative to ask you to bring the trash and throw it in their own trash bags, which is really very commendable. Open time - "Sunday 16:00-24:00 how to arrive - "from Chiang Mai ancient city walking. If you can take two cars outside the city, let the driver take you to Tapemen.
Tapemen Walking Street Night Market on Sunday, because traffic is prohibited, the order is much better, and the sanitary condition of the goods sold is better than that of Chiang Maimen Night Market on Saturday. Although it is a pedestrian street, there is very little rubbish on the road. When vendors see you holding empty boxes, they will take the initiative to ask you for collection. There are also student volunteers collecting along the street with big rubbish bags. After receiving the rubbish, they will smile and thank you very much. It is lovely. This night market has a large number of small commodities, but less exquisite. Walking along, I suddenly found that people around me stopped their work and stood up with a serious expression. It was the national anthem that had been played before they continued their work after the national anthem was over. This is quite different from the domestic situation.
Chiang Mai Changkang Road Night Mayor Kang Road Night Market makes people unable to suppress the desire to buy, there are too many stalls, but also see a variety of craftsmen, carved soap blossoms, knitted with hemp rope, painted, weaving lucky ball, dazzling [laughing cry], some stalls give a price that is extraordinary, people even have no desire to bargain, but in most stalls are normal, ask a few more questions. After home, I can probably know what their bottom line is, but the fruits here are obviously 10 to 20 b more expensive than those in the old city. It's really heartbreaking. I'm not interested in setting up roadside stalls. Night market gourmet food prefers a delicious meal, and then make a horse killing chicken, instantly perfect.
Sunday night markets are only available in the ancient city of Tapel Road on weekends! Ancient, many temples, I like it very much. Chinese maps of Chiang Mai with self-travel network can be located and found. In the Sunday night market, shopping is relatively easy, bargaining is basically not necessary. Compared with the Changkang Road night market, the shops here are selling directly at low prices. If you buy more, you can reduce it a little. Many handicraft products, see like it, don't hesitate to buy it, after this street is gone, Phuket Island and Bangkok are pits are not so cheap night market!
Sunday night market in Chiang Mai is full of goods, exquisite production, unique creativity, many of which are handcrafted by local traditional crafts, which are not necessarily available elsewhere. In just one hour, I visited only one third of the night market. My friends and I have already found many favorite small crafts and hand-made cotton and linen clothes. There are many local snacks, but also to attract our taste buds, bright and dazzling mixed juice is the new harvest, home can also be operated by themselves.
One of Chiang Mai's major features is that it is worth visiting. Many of them are local features. They are worth buying as a souvenir. It is also very good to buy and send people back. Where to buy, they can't stop. There are many delicious foods and many things. The most important thing is that it's cheap and super cheap.
Sunday night market in Chiang Mai is the biggest night market in a week. Every Sunday it is held in Tapeimen. The stalls in almost every part of Chiang Mai gather here to set up stalls. There are all kinds of delicacies and crafts in it. They are especially suitable for shopping. They can find many novelty gadgets and snacks. They can come here without dinner to solve the problem. There are many street singers, performances, especially rich. They are not monotonous along the way. They can also find a suitable massage by pressing their legs when they are tired. The price is not expensive, and they can relax. Besides, the shops here are very friendly, good for tourists, easy to communicate, simple English is enough, and there are many. People can also speak Chinese. If you come to Chiang Mai, you must arrange Sunday for a visit to the weekend night market. There will be a lot of gains.~
There are three famous night markets in Chiang Mai: 1. Sightseeing Night Market on Chang Khan Road, east of the ancient city every night; 2. Saturday Night Market on Wualai Road, south of Chiang Mai Gate, south of the ancient city on Saturday night; 3. Sunday Night Market around Tapeimen on Sunday night. The Sunday night market in Chiang Mai runs from Tapeimen Square in the east across the central main street of the ancient city of Chiang Mai to the Paxin Temple in front of Chiang Mai Gate in the west of the city. In fact, it runs through the whole ancient city of Chiang Mai. The ancient city is full of markets. Starting from Tapeimen Square, the streets and alleys around Tapeimen Square and the main streets of Chiang Mai are flooded by overwhelming stalls. The courtyards of the temples are filled with stalls, which are filled with seams and needles. There is no room left. Narrow passages between stalls are crowded with tourists from all over the world. Night markets sell handicraft products with Thai characteristics. They are inexpensive and have a wide range of varieties, including clothing, food and entertainment. There are also many special snacks, which can be eaten from beginning to end all the way, and the price is affordable. Snacks and drinks are about 10B to 40B each. Thailand has 7-11 stores everywhere, which is also very convenient.
Changkang Road Night Market is one of several famous night markets in Chiang Mai. It is very busy everyday. There are not only a lot of delicious food and Thai goods for you to taste and buy, but also many beautiful and gorgeous people inviting you to take photos. It is also interesting. It is full of Thai culture and worth visiting.
This is the largest night market in Chiang Mai. Only on Sundays, there are many local crafts and snack stalls for you to enjoy, from outside Tapemen Square on the east side of the ancient city, along Ratchadamnoen Road and several nearby turnouts, across the main central street of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, to the Paxin Temple. Nearly one kilometer of the market, there are food, daily necessities, small things and clothing, dozens of baht handbags, drinks and so on are all cheap and affordable commodities, here only you can not imagine, not to buy.