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.
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.
It's a good place for tourists to buy hand letters. Clothes don't feel as cheap as the night market next to Maya, but small items such as bags, handicraft products are cheaper and more choices. There are also snacks, so you can get all the Chiang Mai specialties after a visit. There is also a big night market, Anu Shopping Night Market, which is said to be the oldest night market.
Although it is a night market, it is still relatively clean and orderly, and the scale is not very large! Mainly seafood, Thailand's traditional small items, mainly a street about 2 kilometers long! Shopkeepers are very enthusiastic, they can speak simple Chinese! Night market is one of the highlights of Thailand!
Changkang Road Night Market is a short distance from the ancient city. It is available every night, but on weekends, it will be light on this side of the night market on Saturdays and Sundays. There are more food here and many souvenirs with special features. We need to pay attention to the bargaining price. Some stores have raised their prices several times. Most of the items are less than 150 B. Many handicraft products, like them! ___________
The first day of Chiang Mai's 15-year trip was already night, so after putting things down, I went to a night market not far from the hotel to see if there was anything to eat. It's not just the colorful stuff in the store, but everything is everywhere. It's appetizing to see. Many specialty gadgets are also cheap. Friends who want to buy companion gifts can go shopping.