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Happy street opens only on Sunday from 6pm to 10pm. It has a lot of vendors selling foods, vegetables, every day products. There are plenty of restaurants on the same street. It is just one really long streets. It is really tight walking around that...More
Every Sunday evening, San Khong Noi Road known as Happy Street becomes pedestrian for a few hours and welcomes the stalls of large night market. A nice evening to do some shopping and eat on the run after buying your dinner among the wide variety...More
Smaller and a less crowded than the Saturday Walking Street. Great exercise. Love to buy the little round "Sai Oua" sausages on a string (mostly vegetarian, haha) and the fried crickets (two kinds--black, white...we prefer the white crickets) and many other inexpensive things to eat....More
We loved this night walking market - big variety of food, some souvenirs the same as other markets but we also saw new things such as candle lights made of recycled tins. We thought the range of wraps & scarves was better than other markets....More
It is big, but a lot of the same type of stuff sold. Not good for souvenir shopping. Closes early - at 9.30 many sellers packed up. Hard to find taxi/tuk tuk to get back - had to walk through abandoned streets of Chiang Rai...More
Went here for a feed and lots of food options. Was a lot longer than expected. Is a walking market. Lots of locals too. Most local shops and resteraunts shut late on Sunday too so try head to the market for dinner if eating late.
Not so sure I agree with the previous review that it is smaller than the Saturday night market, I actually thought it was much bigger, well longer and a great deal more food outlets. What is great is that it is mostly for Thai people...More
this walking street opens only on sundays (its different from the Saturday walking street). its a smaller version of the Saturday walking street but larger than the night bazaar.
recommended because its generally not too crowded and its an extension of the Saturday walking street....More