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I was able to visit the Sunday night market while recently in Chiang Mai. Lots of great food, not too crowded (granted was low season), and found some great purchases :) check it out if you are free Sunday night!
This is by far the biggest night market in Chiangmai. It start at Phae Gate and runs all the way to the other end of the old city wall at Wat Prat Singh. Depending on which part of the city you are staying , I...More
The Chiangmai Sunday Market must be the biggest night market I’ve ever been; it’s simply humongous. I don’t think you will be able to cover all the stalls laid over at least 3km including side streets; in some sections it breaks into two aisles so...More
I find this night market that's only available on Sunday night more interesting than the Night Bazaar, for one thing it seems a little less touristy, and there's even more variety of interesting street food.
If you want to kill an hour or spend your entire evening, walking street may be for you.
Go early if you don't want to be overwhelmed by the crush of people. They will start setting up before 4pm, but the street does not shut...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..