Very busy night market, eat, wear and play everything, and the price is affordable. Unfortunately, the candlestick with the glass cover on the wooden base that I was looking for was bought by the previous guest at one go. I didn't get a good heart. I bought pants and two white cotton clothes. They were cheap and satisfying. It is suggested to go to the night market lightly, because there are many stalls, which take at least two or three hours. If you want to eat and buy all the way, it will take longer. And when you see what you like, you can start. There may be something similar in front of you, but you certainly don't want to go back. Oh, remember to bargain. Most booths are bargainable.
Because I couldn't catch up with the Sunday night market. I visited the Saturday night market. I bought a lot of things. I sold cowhide products and handicraft products. It was almost six o'clock. The streets were full of people. There were singers in the middle of the street. Many people took pictures. There are also temple activities on Saturdays, which are very rich. Because I want to go back the next day, I only visited for three hours, but I haven't done enough. When I look back, I see a lot of delicate seafood.
The biggest feature of Chiang Mai is to visit the market, the Valoro market (the market that the local people patronize daily), and the market on Saturdays. Chiang Mai Bread Fair on Saturday. It's a very special small market with all kinds of delicacies and handicraft products. Simple town, smiling citizens, sweet fruit, slow pace of life love
Situated outside the South Gate of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, near the night market on Saturdays, we followed the navigation through the winding alleys for a long time before we found it. The temple was built in 1502. Although it is not the most famous temple in Chiang Mai, it is very distinctive. It is said that the temple was almost rebuilt except for the teak pillars and roofs of the main hall. The monastery is said to have the only Silver Ring Hall in Thailand. The whole hall is made of a mixture of pure silver, composite silver and aluminium, which shines in the sunshine and is spectacular. But unfortunately, the ladies are not allowed in, so we have to visit the outside world.
The goods area of the market is wooden, and all the time is spent in front of the food stalls. The world of food is very simple. All kinds of snacks are free to eat, and the price is cheap. Most of the vendors will mark Chinese on the signs. As long as their appetite is good enough, they can absolutely eat out of the wall.
Saturday night market is a night market that only opens on Saturdays. There are many small ornaments. Personally, I feel that Saturdays night market is similar to Sunday night market, but I prefer Saturdays night market. There is a big night market next to Saturdays night market. Many snacks and seafood are cheap, tastes good, and super recommendation.
Xisubang Temple is also known as the Silver Temple. The whole building shines brightly and gloriously under the light. It walks up the blue stairs with the door of pure silver. There is a golden Buddha statue there. The contrast between gold, silver and blue is bright, which gives people a strong visual impact. The details are amazing. The sharp, long and curling eaves, the complex carvings and the surrounding bamboo trees complement each other. They are exquisite and amazing.
On the Saturday night market in Chiang Mai Men, all kinds of food look good, but they dare not eat (the sanitary conditions are worrying). The stall is on both sides of the street. The road is still driving in the middle of the street. It's not very good. Let's have a tour here.
Go to Chiang Mai Saturday Night Market to eat curry crab, fried green vegetables, durian, roasted conch green mouth prawns and crabs ~Grand Prize must be given to raw baked seafood! There's no trick. It's raw roast! In the past, when people in Europe said that eating green food, I said I would not participate, but the green mouth of the night market is really fat, beautiful and chewy - good raw materials, so that Chiang Mai delicacies easily win on the starting line.