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The market is still a place where many locals do their everyday shopping. It is not a purely touristy place which I liked a lot. You have a huge selection of dry food stuff for very reasonable prices. We bought for instance dried fruits, coconut...More
This is a local market in the China Town between the Ping River and China Gate where you can get various food stuff, clothes, cloth , etc ... Warorot market is moderately large but not huge ,yet I was combining with neighboring Ton Lamyai market...More
Really huge Marketplace. You can almost find anything for sell in there. Such as foods, clothing, shoes, bags, snacks, fruits, and many other things. All of these with great affordable prices. (Remember to always bargain). Great place to visit when you are in Chiang Mai.
This was one of my favorite markets in Chiang Mai - it felt full of locals more than tourists (especially on the bottom levels).
Great mix of shopping and food, felt like a really authentic experience and as there were less tourists, nobody was pushing...More
Sprawling indoor market over several floors that stocks just about anything.
Get your bartering head on and go enjoy a couple of hours of shopping.
Food hall in the basement (didn’t try) but was busy.
Easy to get to and plenty of shops on the...More
You have to check out the Warorot Market in Chaing Mai. Its a place where locals and tourists both go. You can buy anything from spices to snacks to clothing. Its great to wander and get lost inside. We were there during Chinese New Year,...More
Warorot Market proper is the indoor 4 or five floor market selling a massive variety of anything you can think of. A few tourists and a lot of locals shop here. It's an interesting place with good photo opportunities. The basement has a small cheap...More
For silk, you need to go San Kamphaeng Road. Its a stretch of a few miles right outside the city but technically in Chiang Mai. It's sort of a highway; you can't walk it - you need a driver (We hired a driver for the day... More
For silk, you need to go San Kamphaeng Road. Its a stretch of a few miles right outside the city but technically in Chiang Mai. It's sort of a highway; you can't walk it - you need a driver (We hired a driver for the day). The Road has 3 silk stores and many other better quality crafts (lacquer, wood etc.). They have both fabric and finished items. You can get a suit made. Most stores also have the factory where the goods are made which we thought were interesting. We went to all 3 stores to purchase silk for my daughter. We did not find any decent quality silk in Chiang Mai, other than than on San Kamphaeng Road. The local markets have low end fabrics and they did not appear to be silk, even when it was advertised as silk. Good luck.