Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center, Chiang Mai
(3.8/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
You’ll find everything you need in one location at Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center, a modern mall experience with a plethora of clothing stores, bookshops, and restaurants sprawled over a large venue. The food court is well stocked and offers both western and Thai meal choices. At the top floor there’s a creative meeting place with a café and facilities anyone can use for free to read or study. The mall features a high-end supermarket with a variety of imported goods, a cinema where you can catch the latest flicks, and visit rooftop bars and restaurants for a late-night outing. Put Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center into our Chiang Mai trip generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Chiang Mai.
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  • If you are intending to travel from the old city to the nimman and Maya mall, I'd advise you against it. The mall is largely empty most of the time and nothing special in the mall. Most shops are high...  more »
  • We stayed close to Maya Mall which had the little things that you sometimes forgot to pack. Each floor has different shopping needs and bonus is a Starbucks on the main floor! We purchased GoPro memor...  more »
  • If you're from a major capital city, then skip this mall. Seems like a relatively new place with a handful of tenants / brands. Store lots which are empty are leased to pop-up local wares and clothing...  more »
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  • New mall with excellent shopping and great food. The mall has everything from drug stores to movie theaters, restaurants and even local food in the bottom floor. If you feel afraid to eat local street food then visit the bottom floor and you can eat in a super clean Thai Street Food court. Not your typical trendy clothing stores only. There are a lot of useful normal everyday shops.
  • Has everything. The food is the best. Go to the basement for really interesting foods. They have a mochi ice cream parlour, a Mr donut and lots and lots of bakeries.
  • Nice mall, has all the standard shops most malls have. The theater and fitness is nice. Bars on the roof are OK but overpriced. Location is good but the intersection is too busy leading to lots of traffic
  • So close to the Nimmanheiman area, it's great to have access to almost everything you might need in one place (good for a rainy day too). On the basement level you've got a grocery store and affordable local food stalls and the top level 5 you've got cinemas or roof top bar. And all the levels in between with banks, mobile companies, clothes etc. If you want to really shop, go to Central just down the street probably but Maya is a nice mall for walking, window shopping and essentials like the movies... Err.. I mean groceries without going to far in a brand new mall. But seriously for 110 baht (approx $3 usd) on Wednesdays why not catch a movie ;)
  • Beautiful and classy mall. Great cinema with a 1st class theatre, although all theatres offer a choice of different seat standards. Kimping supermarket in the basement which is good but a little expensive too. Some fantastic restaurants including Dukes which I can highly recommend for Western food tastes.