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This is a very colourful market - big enough to hold your interest but not so big that it is exhausting. No pushy hassling - all polite and friendly. A wide variety of goods - all seemed to be well made - and there was...More
It's a very good night bazzar! Very organized! It is kind of divided into different sections, so it's not just a mess like many night bazzars.
It also has a free parking lot! (Technically, the bus station's parking lot.)
Crowds of people all having a good time, eating more food than you could imagine. We sat in the food court, eat pad Thai and drank beer as we listened to live music. You could spend all night wondering up and down exploring each booth...More
Chiang Rai knows how to put on a great night bazaar! Food, live music on 2 stages, and so many booths. There is a large food court with all the Thai food and drink that you can imagine; all very affordable. There are many vendors...More
Perhaps we were there at the wrong time, but I have to say that the night market was a sad experience. It was dirty, tables uncleared, beer bottles everywhere. The food is great if you like fried stuff, but the quality of the food is...More
I stayed at Mora Boutique Hotel. Just about 5mins walk from the night market. The hotel is brand new and the staff and service was great. The room was very spacious. Comes with all amenities plus complimentary water, drinks... More
I stayed at Mora Boutique Hotel. Just about 5mins walk from the night market. The hotel is brand new and the staff and service was great. The room was very spacious. Comes with all amenities plus complimentary water, drinks and snacks in the mini bar! They have a pool, jacuzzi and wellness area and common laundry facilities.
They offer a delicious breakfast with western or Thai hot food cooked to order plus continental spread! Local coffee was great! I visited In January. The temperature was cooler in the morning and got warm through the day. I’m told it can get very hot, similar to BKK in April/May.
It was my first visit to the city and loved everything about it!
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Chiang Rai Night Bazaar operates every night towards the top of Phaholyothin Road. It has a wide range of stalls including a good selection of handicrafts and a nice food stall area. For those who get a bit peckish there is... More
Chiang Rai Night Bazaar operates every night towards the top of Phaholyothin Road. It has a wide range of stalls including a good selection of handicrafts and a nice food stall area. For those who get a bit peckish there is a central restauarant with first floor views over the bazaar which enable diners to eat and watch shoppers browse below them. While the bazaar is definitely worth a visit, the main event is the weekly Saturday afternoon-evening market along Thanalai which is quite simply colossal. Get there around 4pm to avoid later crushes because by 6pm there are thousands of shoppers out exploring hundreds and hundreds of stalls over a huge area. This event often produces rare stalls not seen at the bazaar, offering unusual items for sale from ornate wood carvings to specialist clothing, perfumes and metalwork. Hope this helps.