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Night Bazaar, Chiang Mai

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Take an evening stroll along Night Bazaar, a famous shopping experience in Chiang Mai. Though the street looks fairly ordinary by day, at dusk the whole atmosphere of the place changes. See the independent vendors set up their stalls and lay out their colorful, eclectic wares--from handicrafts and clothes to toys and DVDs. Head into the throng of visitors from all over the world as they try to get the best prices for the things that catch their eye. A lively and memorable cultural experience, even those leaving empty-handed will feel they gained something from their time. Plan to see Night Bazaar and other attractions that appeal to you using our Chiang Mai vacation builder.
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  • This happens every night and it starts around 5 pm and goes until midnight. There are a lot of small booths selling all kinds of clothes and trinkets, some knock off items and food. Make sure you nego...  more »
  • The stalls of handicrafts, souvenirs, clothes, art. Food, more expensive than in pubs.
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  • As trading goods souvenirs for tourists. People not only pedestrian beware of little walk took views.
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  • We were at both Saturday and Sunday Walking Street - they are definitely better than Chiangmai Night Bazzar in terms of diversity and price - but still good to give Night Bazaar a try for souvenir shoppings - you need to bargain A LOT although, you will get there if you bargain hard enough.
  • Cool place but expensive and they always try to rip u off. Best place tough to buy muy thai clothing.
  • Always fun to go and check out the things available for sale. Love the Thai snacks and the fresh fruit smoothies all around. There are lots of artists here who can do portraits of individuals, or of families.
  • Very nice place with something to eat. Altough it have to take some time to find nin tourist place.
  • You can find all your classic Thai souvenirs for cheap (way cheaper than anywhere in Bangkok). Elephant print pants, coconut bowls, art work etch. They also sometimes host Muai Thai fights.