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This night bazaar is great - in the centre is food and public toilets (3baht). Things are some of the cheapest we have seen in Thailand but its still fun to barter! The bazaar spills out on to the street with excellent street food and...More
Although the merchandise at this market is much the same as you see at dozens of other markets around Thailand, it still was a very accessible and successful shopping experience. The market is big, but you can shop the whole market in one evening (if...More
We stayed in a hotel just around the corner and went here to eat both nights of our stay. The hot pot is probably the best value and best tasting meal here. We had some grilled prawns also. Nice atmosphere and, being in the north,...More
I thoroughly enjoyed walking around this market. It had some interesting stalls like the ‘Insect stall’ and wasn’t too busy. We didn’t eat there but plenty of people were sitting down eating and drinking.
T(ere are endless markets in Thailand.
This one is a bit different though.
The market itself is surrounded by streets full of shops and stalls featuring the usual clothing , curios and food.
But the market itself is centered with a large restaurant that features...More
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Chiang Rai Night Bazaar operates every night towards the top of Phaholyothin Road. It has a wide range of stalls including a good selection of handicrafts and a nice food stall area. For those who get a bit peckish there is... More
Chiang Rai Night Bazaar operates every night towards the top of Phaholyothin Road. It has a wide range of stalls including a good selection of handicrafts and a nice food stall area. For those who get a bit peckish there is a central restauarant with first floor views over the bazaar which enable diners to eat and watch shoppers browse below them. While the bazaar is definitely worth a visit, the main event is the weekly Saturday afternoon-evening market along Thanalai which is quite simply colossal. Get there around 4pm to avoid later crushes because by 6pm there are thousands of shoppers out exploring hundreds and hundreds of stalls over a huge area. This event often produces rare stalls not seen at the bazaar, offering unusual items for sale from ornate wood carvings to specialist clothing, perfumes and metalwork. Hope this helps.