Chiang Mai

The delightful surprise about shopping in Chiang Mai is that you don't have to part with much of your hard-earned money—even the most elaborately crafted silver, for instance, costs a fraction of what you'd expect to pay at home. Fine jewelry priced at just above the current market value, as well as pewter, leather, and silk, are on display all around the city. The most popular buys are vibrant hill tribe textiles and products made from textiles, such as handbags and shoes; handicrafts, from handmade paper to pretty parasols; hippy clothes; knockoff bags; and accessories and jewelry.

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  • 1. Baan Thai Cookery School

    Old City | Food/Candy

    The classes at this cooking school are among Chiang Mai's best. A one-day course costs B1,000, including transportation, snacks, and a cookbook...Read More

  • 2. Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School

    Old City | Food/Candy

    Sompon Nabnian, an internationally recognized TV chef, runs this school. A one-day beginner's course costs B1,450. The five-day master class...Read More

  • 3. Thai Farm Cooking School

    Old City | Food/Candy

    The one-day classes at this popular school run by a genial husband-and-wife team take place at its working farm. Participants visit a food market...Read More

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