Come to Chiang Mai, how can you not go to the night market? ?
If you are planning to travel to Chiang Mai, remember to bring a weekend, because don't miss the night here! city! The night market can be said to be the best choice for tasting Chiang Mai food and purchasing local products. As a foodie, if you don't taste at least 30 kinds of food, you are too embarrassed to say that you have been to Chiang Mai.
So it is very difficult to hold the money in the wallet at the night market. It doesn't matter. Maybe it seems to be an irrational impulse at the time. Looking back is an unforgettable experience and memory. The
night market collects a wide range of art souvenirs and daily necessities, all of which are all-inclusive and inexpensive, including locally produced handicrafts, including a wide range of antiques, silver jewellery and ethnic embroidery bags. , Thai silk and cotton fabrics, bamboo products, celadon, lacquerware, wood carvings, hand-painted paper umbrellas, etc.
Recommended by Chiang Mai Night Market | Changkang Road Night Market
Chiang Mai has three major night markets, Sunday Night Market is the biggest, followed by Saturday Night Market, and one is the Changkang Road Night Market every day. Although it is not so big compared to the previous two night markets, if you can't get to the weekend in Chiang Mai, it would be nice to visit Changkang Road.
Changkang Road Night Market is less than ten minutes walk from Tha Pae Gate. At six or seven o'clock in the evening, the street starts to swing. Not only special souvenirs, but also some inexpensive clothes.
Of course, if you want to buy something, remember to bargain, because the price of Changkang Road Night Market will be relatively high.
Recommended snacks: Thai fried rice and chicken noodle soup in front of McDonald's, 30-50 baht.
around: go to Starbucks, McDonald's, etc.
Speaking of the Chiang Mai night market, the most famous are Saturday Night Market and Changkang Night Market.
This time I went to Chiang Mai and I met a very creative night market, and it is very suitable for young people, that is, the grassy night market - Ploen Rudee Market, just near Changkang Road. Then why is it called Caojing Night Market? Because there are a lot of grasshoppers here, visitors here will sit on the grass and chat and drink.
There are not many shops here, but there are resident bands. We went to the Songkran Festival, where colorful buckets were hung upside down.
It feels like a big bar scene here, if you want to go shopping, it is not recommended.
Time: Monday Saturday 17.0024.00
Address: Night Bazaar
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.