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“Endless stalls”
Review of Night Bazaar

Night Bazaar
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Ranked #45 of 285 things to do in Chiang Mai
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Located in the center of town, the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is not to be missed. Travelers can take in rows and rows of handicrafts, from purses to sparkling jewelry. Just make sure to watch your wallet as pickpockets abound.
Reviewed 4 December 2013

The bazaar seemed to go on forever! Really busy & colourful with food, massage, clothes & much more. It operates from about 5pm - 12am. We had had enough but were told that the southern bit of the bazaar towards Pantip Plaza is not so crowded & cheaper.

Thank bella c
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Reviewed 4 December 2013

Even if you are not shopping, the night bazaar is worth a look! There are never-ending stalls selling almost everything imaginable, and because it is held nightly, it is not nearly as crowded as the Sunday night market. There are plenty of restaurants in the vicinity. If you are looking for local crafts, they are in abundance. Be sure to bargain. :)

Thank hammsters
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Reviewed 24 November 2013

We were there on the first night in Chiang Mai and it was quite good. The entire stretch seems never ending but it's the same as any other bazaar, it was the same stuff over and over again. I would recommend to start in the middle and go form there, you'll get to see a lot more quality stuff. I wasn't too impressed with the food but I could be wrong and not finding the right stalls.

3  Thank mythary
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Reviewed 14 November 2013

We stayed at the Dusit so this market was right across the street from us. It is safe to say we explored here every night. The items sold here happen to be the most expensive of the markets (Saturday and Sunday walking street had the same things, but for better prices).

So we learned just to eat here (you cannot go wrong with the street food). Then we would get massages (for 6USD average you cannot beat it). We got massages here every night. We even did the fish massage (which I don't recommend, lol).

Then while we were full and relaxed we would walk around to shop. This is the least busy of all the markets. So prices are higher, but it is way easier to walk around....so it might be worth it.
For ex: a pair of pants here would be 250 Baht and I've gotten the SAME pant for 100 or 120 at the other markets.

2  Thank Jill O
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Reviewed 9 November 2013

This place is very crowded in the evenings and would seem very quiet during the day, The main Night Bazaar building is on Chang Klan Road, between Tapae Road and Loa Kroh Road, The epicenter of the night bazaar is a three-story open-air building next to the DusitD2 (place at the time we stay) Hotel on Chang Klan Road, but you'll find sidewalk stalls on both sides of Chang Klan road from where it starts at Tapae Road going on to the Anusarn night market. Shops open around 6:00 p.m. and stay open until around midnight. You can find many shops selling a wide range of merchandise at this place, ranging from food, clothing, souvenirs and many others. when you feel tired you can try the massages that are offered in this area, for those of you who are Muslim you can find plenty of halal food in "Halal Street" where the location is still in the night bazaar area itself. prices offered in this area in my opinion relatuf quite cheap and affordable. Is an enjoyable experience for us to be and spend time here when we were in Chiang Mai.

2  Thank Yacob S
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