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You should definitely go shopping in Chiang Mai. There are all conditions for shopping: a large selection of goods, affordable prices and as many as two shopping areas, designed primarily for tourists. First of all, it is Handicraft Highway, located East from Thanon Charoen Muang Street. There are many shops along the road, stalls and small industries where you can buy products of local craftsmen and artisans. You should go to San Guarantee for traditional ceramics. It is not easy to get here, it is best to book a tour, or rent a bike or a scooter. Silk products can also be bought in the village. You should go to Bo Sang, where the factory of Thai paper umbrellas is located. Be sure to look at the unusual green porcelain-Celadon, it is almost extinct technology of ceramics is still found here. Small factory Mengrai Kilns (79/2 Soi 6 Thanon Samlarn) offers tableware, vases, decorative items at a very good price. Go to the Night Bazaar at the crossroads of Thanon Changklan and Loi Kroh Street. Here you can buy handicrafts from hawkers and be sure to go to the shopping centre of the same name for replicas of famous brands and inexpensive local goods. Buy tablecloths and bed linen made of cotton at very nice prices. Go to the Warorot market in the morning which is located near Thanon Tha Pae Street. It is locally known as Kad Luang. You will definitely appreciate the prices of cotton clothes and linen, it is also worth seeing ceramics here. You need to bring … Read further

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Cultural excursion through Chiang Mai Region - things to see

There is an unusual temple Wat Umong on the Western outskirts of Chiang Mai, its territory is more like a park in its size. There is a pond where you can feed fish and shady alleys for walks. You can meditate or communicate with the monks in English, see the statue of the fasting Buddha (with protruding ribs) and the statue of the founder of the temple community, located on a small island in the middle of the pond. … Open

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The district of Mae Rim has another upscale hotel, Azaya Villas offering accommodation in luxury individual villas. Each of them has a small pool and a sun terrace with sun loungers. Hotel Azaya Villas is in high demand among active travelers, as they have a tour desk and bicycle rental at their disposal. In total, the province of Chiang Mai has over 600 hotels of different categories. Marndadee Heritage River … Open

Attractions and active leisure

Many tourists prefer bars with live music played by local musicians. Most of these open-air establishments are concentrated near Thanon Ratchaphakinai street. Brasserie Restaurant (37 Thanon Charoenrat) provides magnificent views of the river and has a good location. The restaurant is also famous for beautiful blues and rock music. Monkey Club bar (7 Soi 9, Thanon Nimmanhemin) is also an interesting place, where … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

You should look for cheap fruit somewhere out of town –prices for visitors in tourist areas are overstated as everywhere else. If you buy products in Chiang Mai, it is better to go to the supermarket-the price will be lower than in the market. You can eat pineapple or papaya or quench your thirst with coconut milk right on the go. Alcohol here is mostly imported because drinking alcohol is not a national feature … Open

Traditions and mentality of Chiang Mai Region

Children's Day (second Saturday in January) is widely celebrated in Chiang Mai. There are concerts and processions, children's competitions and entertainment activities. Balls and flowers are everywhere. You can hear music everywhere and ride different rides. In the evening, hundreds of fireworks are launched into the sky. On February 9, the whole country celebrates Magha Puja, the day of paying homage to … Open

Travel guide to Chiang Mai Region

A visit to the Sunday market is something that travelers shouldn’t neglect. The market opens weekly in Chiang Mai. Sellers and artisans from the nearby regions bring their wares to the market. It is a great place to purchase various interesting souvenirs, inexpensive clothes, jewelry in the national style, and artworks. In some outlets, it is possible to find interesting antique items. Of course, the Sunday … Open

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