Tapée Road is near the Tha Pae Gate, from the center of the ancient city to the Tha Pae Gate, and is also a must-do road to Tha Pae Gate. It is also one of the main streets of Sunday night market. Whether it's a Sunday night market or a weekday, it's a busy place, with lots of ancient monuments and temples on either side of the road, restaurants, small shops, hotels and more.
Literary punching points. Low quality, there are to take pictures of the pigeons flying, there are holding a mobile phone to catch pigeons taking pictures. Can't understand these operations, some panicked flying pigeons, and at the foot of the stable eating pigeon background, which more literary? Can only say that false culture and youth all countries have, non-our specialty.
The shopping street outside Tha Pae Gate is especially lively here, and there is not much traffic jam. The scenery is good. It is suitable to stroll to Tha Pae Gate. There are many restaurants, and the price/performance ratio is also OK. The moat is very beautiful.
Tapei Road is the road that extends from the center of the ancient city to Thapei Gate. There are actually many small temples on the road. There are many restaurants and restaurants. Of course, there are hotels. There is a unique atmosphere in the ancient city. The traffic on the road is also quite complicated, but the Tha Pae Gate is not accessible to large vehicles, so drive to a few other doors.
The road opposite the Tha Pae Gate Square is Tha Pae Road. There is a Starbucks intersection. Go inside. The scenery under the night is not bad. The small fresh feeling is very heavy. It is said that the Bupa Temple is the Thai Temple. There is a fair price mall next to it. You can buy souvenirs.
Covid 19 has wreaked havoc on this area with lots of businesses closed with no international tourists it is a ghost town area with only thais from other areas of thailand visiting and even then very few hopefully things will get back to normal soon because it is sad to see the demise of this landmark tourist area
Lots of fun!I was very wary about the Sunday market after constantly hearing how crowded it was, however we had a great time! We got there at 5 so it wasn''t annoyingly crowded for the first hour or so, after that the mass of people does get a bit much but just for a few hours we found it fine. The majority of the food is in side areas and it''s DELICIOUS! It''s fun looking around the homemade stuff and everything else, of course it gets monotonous after a while but we spent almost 3 hours there before we''d had enough. Don''t be scared off, just go with a relaxed attitude and make the most of it :)