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All reviews sunday night market food stalls chiang mai on a sunday foot massage great market stalls selling old city for sale all sorts thapae gate local crafts live music hand made plenty of food both sides knick knacks mango
If your around of a Sunday with nothing else to do it’s not a bad way to spend a few hours. However it is a super packed market where you can bearly stop to look at the stalls without be dragged along by the crowds....More
Its a market, but not as we know it. they truly take over the entire road and because its only on Sundays - everyone goes. Manic in a nice warm Chaing Mai way. If you suffer from not liking too many people around you, umm...More
This is my least favourite market in town.Like all the tourist markets,very crowded.Typical tourist souvenirs and food stalls.Nothing outstanding. Not much in original handicrafts.Too many stalls.One of the night markets is enough,for me Saturday night market the better of the three main markets.
It's something to experience and a great market if you dont mind barely moving while stuck in a huge mass of people. Lots to look at but allow yourself plenty of time just to walk from one end to the other. The temples are a...More
A little crowded but the atmosphere and cheap cheap prices make up for it! We had some good fixes like T-shirt’s for 100 and 50 baht. I recommend going into the temples to see them lit up at night, absolutely beautiful.
Every Sunday there’s a night market (from about 4pm) on the ‘Walking Street’ in Chiang Mai. It’s roughly 1km long with smaller markets off little side streets.
There are also many restaurants / bars for you to enjoy on this street. Mango and sticky rice...More
We thought that the market would be bustling and noisy but we werent prepared for the human morass that we got. if you are travelling with little ones just forget it. There are a plethora of little food stalls as well as the countless goods...More
We love to come to the Sunday market when we are in Chiangmai
It’s busy it’s hot it’s fun
Great crafts from locals good entertainment from young and old
There is some street food which is great to try
Foot Massage on the side watching...More
Sunday Night Market lining a few streets in the city center was a good place to sample some Thai dishes and pick up random souvenirs. Mango sticky rice, chicken and pork satays, and various crepes were by far the most commonly sold food items. The...More
My wife thinks that you should be using a product that stabilises the colours and stops them leaching every time you wash. Google “how to stop dye leaking when washing blankets” and there are a series of options for various... More
My wife thinks that you should be using a product that stabilises the colours and stops them leaching every time you wash. Google “how to stop dye leaking when washing blankets” and there are a series of options for various materials. We had a problem with towels, unfortunately she cannot remember the name of the product she used to stabilise the dye. We never purchase any traditionally dyed products since..