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Walking Street in Chiang Mai
Wualai Walking Street
Wualai Walking Street
Wualai Walking Street (Saturday Market)
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Is a lesser known weekly market on Saturday evenings. It starts with the closing of the street to traffic about 4.30 pm. in the evening but does not get going till around 5.30 pm. to 6.00 pm. due to the heat most vendors hide in the shade till it starts to cool off.

It has many small producers selling their wares from cotton hand painted T-shirts to local ceramics. The prices are good and there you will find some items that are not available anywhere else. It is not as well know with tourists so is a little more fun and less business like than the Sunday market.
Tha Pae Walking Street (Sunday Market)
Location : Amphoe Mueang
The walking Street is one of the best things about visiting Chiang Mai, so much so that it is often referred to as the weekend market as its popularity warrants a small Saturday evening version. One of the great things about it is a place where you really pick up the feeling that craftsmanship is an inherent ability of Chiang Mai’s locals. Traditional style dress in the form of hilltribe jackets, dresses and skirts, backpacker uniforms, dainty and fierce-looking jewelry, great bags and beautiful crafts are just some of the things that can be found. Hotels near Tha Pae Walking Street

Held on Sundays just outside Tapae Gate, this weekend market brings the best of what is available from the region, and more. Prices are even better than at the Night Bazaar, especially nearing the closing time of the market. Be prepared to bargain though!
Ton Kong Market
Tha Pae Walking Street
Tha Pae Walking Street
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Ton Kong Market is convened on Saturday mornings in the Sansai-Tonkok community of Tambon Fa Ham, Mueang, Chiang Mai. Visitors could view and purchase local goods, local delicacies, organic vegetables, flowers, and decorative plants. There are demonstrations of quail farming techniques and cultural presentations by the community’s local youth group, vegetable cultivation by the agricultural group, and the ancient drum presentation by the folk handicrafts group. Visitors could also take a boat trip to observe lifestyles of communities along the Ping River.
Handicrafts Walking Street
Location : Amphoe San Kamphaeng
Handicrafts Walking-street in San Kampaeng is a great place to view and purchase handicraft goods, foods, souvenirs, and enjoy the ancient San Kampaeng music show.
Nimman Haemin Road
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Nimman Haemin Road
Nimman Haemin Road
If you are looking for hip, chic, in-trend shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, pubs, discos and whatever else you’d expect a cosmopolitan neighborhood would offer, this is Chiang Mai’s blend of Paris’ Left Bank, New York’s Greenwich Village and L.A.’s Santa Monica Boulevard. But instead of the sea, mountains serve as the backdrop. It’s a great place to promenade and shop for fabrics, fashion, home décor, antiques, art, nick knacks, a good cup of java, a burger, pizza, Thai and international cuisine, and good music, whatever you’re mood. There are also quaint hotels and spas, which have also made Nimmanhaemin Road an attractive place to stay.

Nimmanhaemin will be transformed into a walking street market filled with quality merchandise and local art; this vibrant event is to be enjoyed by anyone who wants to come enjoy the beautiful Chiang Mai weather and take in the local art and design scene.