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, ar
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 cu
The delightful surprise about shopping in Chiang Mai is that you don't have to part with much of your hard-earned money—

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. Night Bazaar

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    The justifiably famous Night Bazaar, on Chang Klan Road, is a kind of open-air department store filled with stalls selling everything from...Read More

  • 2. Kalare Night Bazaar

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    A permanent bazaar, this is in a big entertainment complex on the eastern side of the Night Market on Chang Klan Road (clearly marked). It's...Read More

  • 3. Walking Streets

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Chiang Mai has two so-called walking streets, closed off to traffic to make way for weekly markets. One is held on Wualai Road (the "silver...Read More

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