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Tha Pae Walking Street

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Tha Pae Walking Street

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Kaymtravel7 wrote a review May 2020
Los Angeles, California809 contributions226 helpful votes
We went to all three of the main night markets in Chiang Mai, and this Sunday night market was definitely our favorite. It was probably the largest and had the most variety, and the sellers were still willing to bargain and barter. It does get very crowded, and it will probably be a lot of walking, so wear comfortable shoes and bring something to carry your purchases in. We found some cute elephant wooden carvings, beautiful silk scarves, and tried tons of the street food. The mango sticky rice was absolutely amazing! We also bought some fresh mangosteen from a produce cellar, which was phenomenal! One of my favorite fruits I have ever eaten! All of the other street food was very fun also, including pad Thai, some sort of sausage, another noodle dish, meat on a stick, fried rice, and other fun things we tried. Just enjoy yourself and try new things! We definitely spent several hours here. The road branches at one point, so be sure to check both sides if you want to get the extensive tour. A lot of the merchandise does repeat, so it’s up to you how much you want to take in the various options or just buy it when you see it. Definitely try to visit this wonderful place on a Sunday so you can go to this market!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Toni-Jittip wrote a review Apr 2020
Issy-les-Moulineaux, France204 contributions55 helpful votes
The market open every Sunday form late afternoon until late, it’s located in the center of Chiangmai ( Thapae road ) The market is popular among the local and international tourists, If you are looking for local souvenir this is a place for you, There are more than hundreds shops along the road. You will find all kind of products such as clothing, decoration, handicrafts, jewellery, art, spices, food, drinks and much more. For more information, price are reasonable for most products and it can be negotiate.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Travel-is-life wrote a review Feb 2020
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It was a good experience but it was very busy so best time to go is when it first opens which is 4pm. The market stretched on two roads from both the left and right so I am not exaggerating when I say it was massive. It became repetitive with the stores so I would say haggle and buy the item you want right there rather than looking for it somewhere else as you may get lost.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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nicobalma wrote a review Feb 2020
Santiago, Chile92 contributions44 helpful votes
Similar to its brother the Saturday Night Market, it is a great experience. Hundreds of little shops selling cheap stuff and food. We even got foot massages! Lots of fun for a Sunday night.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Krubee wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore438 contributions181 helpful votes
I would says its as whimsical experience. Starting at dusk around 4 PM, Chiang Mai's Old city transforms from a historical laid back town of temples, eateries, shops and hotels with tuk tuks, bicycles and cars roaming through its roads into a magical night filled with hundreds of stalls, closing the road and lights turning up all around. From this point everyone in Chiang Mai settles into Tha Pae Walking Street night market. It only happens on Sunday from 4 PM till midnight. With Chiang Mai's temperature starts to become cooler around this time, it is a very delightful, wonderful and enjoyable experience walking around and I mean for hours until your feet gets tired. The market showcases not only bargain clothes, footwear, accessories, and souvenirs but Chiang Mai's arts, crafts and music are very much displayed here. Traditional musicians and live bands play at the intersections. Paintings, Vases, Wooden/Ceramic/Glass arts are showcase - my favorite are the cute Cat figurines. Food is very abundant - traditional Thai sweets, Street foods and Exotic ones. Drinks are everywhere so you won't get thirsty. Very unique and cute street foods like Chocolate coated fruits are everywhere. In between the stalls you could find open seating restaurants. Temples are alighted blooming with beautiful night lanterns in different colors. Museums, Massage shops, Cafes, and Bars are also there if ever you need some relaxation. But what's really amazing about this are the people - despite the throngs of crowds both tourists and locals alike there is always a room for everyone. I even took a couple of photos and videos for beautiful memories. After walking for 4 hours we called it a night - happy and satisfied for the food, clothes and souvenirs we bought. So if you go to Chiang Mai make it a point to go on a Sunday so you can experience this Magical Night Market.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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