The diversity in terms of night markets in Chiang Mai is truly incredible, and you’re sure to enjoy this one of a kind experience. Read more to find out about the types of markets available.

Chiang Mai Night Bazaar

Running every evening from 6 to 10:30 PM, this night market is known as the epicentre of shopping in Chiang Mai. The bazaar spreads in a lot of directions for about two blocks – and you’ll be showered with pretty much everything, from handicrafts, artworks, furniture to several other things.

Wualai Walking Street

A lot of visitors opt to walk on this street as it has a rather large range of locally made products. The stalls and street vendors set up from late afternoon on Saturday and it goes on till around 10:30 PM.

Warorot market

If you’re on the lookout for a food market, then Warorot offers an impressive array of fresh produce and also snacks and meals that are ready to be eaten! The second and third floors of this market are for clothing and accessories – not great quality but at low prices. Step out of Anantara Chiang Mai Serviced Suites or other similar Chiang Mai residences and get a taste of authentic northern style dishes.