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Reviewed March 24, 2019

Nice enough, nothing unusual about what is being sold, food and things that you can find and buy through out Chiang Mai. You can barely move it is so crowded. Worth a visit if you are there on a Sunday night.

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank Meeko P
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Reviewed March 24, 2019

It was far nicer during previous years, but is still worth the experience, particularly if you are looking for original and interesting souvenirs of Chiang Mai.

Now it is pretty busy from 3 to 6 pm - and uncomfortably so from 6 to 11 pm. Really difficult to take photographs here now.

Many stalls along the main road, and many of the side sois - mostly selling souvenirs and clothes, and offering food and massages. There are also street performers at regular intervals along Tha Pae Road.

Don't forget the Saturday Market at Wua Lai Road either.

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank chiangmaicharlies
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Reviewed March 21, 2019 via mobile

If visiting Chiang Mai, think of the walking street.If visiting Chiang Mai, think of the walking street.The atmosphere at night is relaxing.People that are smiling, friendly, northern style.If you come to Chiang Mai, don't forget to come here.

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed March 12, 2019 via mobile

Comparable to Chiang Rai Saturday Night Walk Street. CM: More like the Night Bizarre in CR, with mostly handicrafts "for show". CR: More functional things, used clothes, shoes & things appealing to locals. CM: More tourists. CR: More locals. CM: Food a little more expensive, but still cheap. CR: Food street is more concentrated. CM: Food is spread out in more places, including the courtyards of local temples. Both CM & CR: Can get very crowded, slow walking.

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank 51rockyr
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Reviewed March 5, 2019 via mobile

I was very wary about the Sunday market after constantly hearing how crowded it was, however we had a great time! We got there at 5 so it wasn't annoyingly crowded for the first hour or so, after that the mass of people does get a bit much but just for a few hours we found it fine. The majority of the food is in side areas and it's DELICIOUS! It's fun looking around the homemade stuff and everything else, of course it gets monotonous after a while but we spent almost 3 hours there before we'd had enough. Don't be scared off, just go with a relaxed attitude and make the most of it :)

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank corrine138
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