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One of the largest markets in town. Shop until you drop. Or get a coconut ice cream. If you can’t find it here, you shouldn’t be left on your own. It’s best you know know what you want to take home before you go. Men...More
Sunday morning is a great time to visit JJ market. It’s gratifying to see a thriving organic farmers market here in Thailand with a mix of locals and sightseers. Be ready to buy a meal made on the spot and to take fresh food and...More
Got there about 7am and it was buzzing with locals buying produce. Acres of food stalls for breakfast and lots of vans making great coffee. If I lived here I would shop here every week as lots of pesticide free fruit and veg.
If you have no idea to spend the night in Chiang Mai, here are some suggestions to feel like locals. “When in Rome, do as the Romans do” really works when we are in the middle of nowhere. There are tons of ideas for day-time...More
Went there after 10pm and expected a quiet drink and encounter the way the local youngsters party on a typical Friday night. With a 100 % local clientale and cuisine , with some rock band playing some loud local Top 40. Conclusion : Engertic ,...More
We visit this market 3 years ago and love it so much. Now come back again and feel sad. Many shops had been closed and the premise almost empty, except the cafes along the main road. Don't know why maybe it far from the main...More
I made a special trip to JJ Market, mostly in light of the glowing reviews of different shops on Travelfish. I went on a Tuesday just before noon. The place was deserted. It looks like most of the shops have shut. A few coffee /...More