The best shopping in Chiang Mai is very different from what you’d find in Bangkok. Forget designer labels in luxury malls; Chiang Mai is Thailand’s capital of unique handicrafts. It’s one of the few places in the country where you can visit a factory or artisan’s workshop, watch craftspeople at work and then buy the products you’ve just seen being manufactured. In some cases, you can even try your hand at making them yourself.
The most popular shopping in Chiang Mai can be found in the city’s many open-air markets, with four notable night markets to choose from. It’s important to note that not all of them are open every day, so be sure to check which day each runs on before heading across town. For those who like a bit of air conditioning on their bargain hunts, check out the city’s excellent boutiques and gallery-style stores. Hotspots for these kinds of places are shown below.
The Imperial Mae Ping Hotel 3.8/ 5
Casa Marocc Hotel by Andacura 4.4/ 5
dusitD2 Chiang Mai 4.3/ 5
Le Meridien Chiang Mai 4.5/ 5
Bodhi Serene Chiang Mai 4.2/ 5
Dusit Princess Chiang Mai 4.1/ 5
The Empress Hotel Chiang Mai 4.4/ 5
Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai 4.6/ 5
Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai 4.5/ 5
Tamarind Village 4.6/ 5
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Intersection of Tha Pae and Chang Klang Roads
Riverside Boutique ShopsCharoenrat Road (between Charoen Muang and Kaew Nawarat)
Chiang Mai-San Kampaeng Highway (Route 1006)
Chang Moi Road
Thippatana Arcade, Chang Klan Road
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