Chiang Mai’s Top Nightlife Districts
Explore Chiang Mai night for fine dining, shopping at the night market, stall along walking street, with a multitude of products or visit night safari are night activities.
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Khan Tok Dinner Set
Most of the northern dishes can be sampled at a “Khan toke Dinner” in Chiang Mai. It is a perfect event where you can learn more about the traditional northern cuisine while enjoying traditional music and dance.
Khan Tok in the Northern dialect means a wooden tray used for carrying dishes. Round in shape, it is made of wood, varnished or lacquered with 5 or 6 short supporting legs.
Guests are invited to sit on the floor around a Khan Tok, a circular tray with Northern dishes on it. They can enjoy watching traditional northern dances as well as hill tribe culture shows while their meal is being served.
Chiang Mai night Safari
Only the third night safari in the world (Singapore and Guangxi, China also have them), Chiang Mai night Safari have proven an immediate hit with visitors and locals alike. Officially opening 1st January 2006, the safari has been open to the public free of charge and countless visitors have been taking advantage with 40,000 people to date having visited the safari each night and numbers increasing at weekends – way, way over capacity!
The Safari offers a series of trails over three main zones. The Jaguar Trail offers visitors a walk of around 1,200 meters and is open during the day and at night. The Day Safari and Night Safari areas use rail cars to move visitors around. This is the ideal opportunity to observe wildlife at night.
Chiang Mai night : Shopping Night Market & Walk Around
Night Bazaar in Chiang Mai
The Night Bazaar, or Kad Luang (Royal Market) as it is known by locals, is one of Chiang Mai’s biggest draws. Located right in the centre of the city on the Ping River, it is easily accessible and if you are in Chiang Mai a visit is almost obligatory. The market attracts huge crowds every evening and it is a great place to pick up trinkets and gifts. Given the market’s close proximity to the companies that manufacture them, the price of local handicrafts is attractively cheap here.
Wualai Walking Street (Saturday Market)
The Wualai has been so far known for good quality of silver and lacquer wares. On Saturday evenings, the open-air market will be set up in the famous handicraft area. Do not miss a chance to shop for authentic northern silver, lacquer wares and unique handicrafts. Tourists enjoy the local foods and Thai traditional performances. The market starts from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Tha Pae Walking Street (Sunday Market)
Starts from Tha Phae Gate through Ratchadamnoen Road every Sunday from 7 pm. until midnight. There are varying kinds of local products at a reasonable price along both sides of the street where Thai and foreign tourists are enjoying walking & shopping without exhaustion.
San Kamphaeng Walking Street
Is a great place to view and purchase handicraft goods, foods, souvenirs, and enjoys the ancient San Kamphaeng music show. This walking-streettakes place every Saturday from 3 to 10 pm
Kad Na Mor (Chiang Mai University night market)
It is a lively place full of street food and fashionable girl stuff. Around 5.30 pm. street vendors will start their store. Arrange the food that prepares from home to showcase. Set up the table and chair for their customers. The motor scooter will drive pass by till they find their regular merchant and will park and go find something for their dinner. Anyone who likes to try Thai street food, desert or love to shop, they have it all.
Located near Maya Shopping Mall, it’s well-known a place to find inexpensive items. Mainly products are men clothes or accessories e.g. shirts, jeans, sneakers, watches and more. But there is some girl’s clothing. It’s open daily from 4 to 10.30 pm
A popular Chinese tourist attractions. Where you can walk around to shop, eat or hang out. It has Boutiques, Souvenir shops, Local Thai food, International restaurants, Night Clubs and many Café for you. And It’s easy to get around, we’re sure this place will not disappoint you!
Chiang Mai nightclub
The Chiang Mai nightlife is much tamer and quieter than Bangkok, but enjoyable all the same. People in this city like to enjoy themselves and are happy to party with the many foreigners visiting their town. In Chiang Mai there are plenty of relaxing bars, a couple of banging discos,red light Street with go-go bars, and a smattering of karaoke lounges.
Top 10 nightclubs in Chiang Mai
1. Warm Up Cafe
2. Infinity Club
3. Zoe in Yellow
4. Tawandang Mahason
5. The Terrace Discotheques
6. Fabrique & Bar Rouge
7. Mandalay bar & Scratching
8. Roots Rock Reggae
9. Myst MAYA
After reading this, now you know where to go in Chiang Mai at night. There are more things to do than you’ve ever imagined.
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