Chiang Mai's oldest and most famous market, Talat Warorot, excels in every category: day market, souvenir shopping, people-watching and...
Chiang Mai's exalted river is Mae Ping . A community of Chinese traders and Western missionaries populated the eastern riverbank...
Namdhari Sikh Temple
West of the Talat Tonlamyai market, along Th Chang Moi is the city’s small Chinatown , most obviously marked by a flamboyant...
Tha Chang Gallery
Located next door to the Gallery restaurant, this tiny music venue has great live jazz and blues nights. It was closed for renovation at...
You'll find this famous stall selling northern Thai sausage inside the market building amongst the dried packaged goods.
Th Praisani · interesting places nearby
Talat Tonlamyai information
Facing the river, the city's main fresh flower market (gàht dòrk mái) offers a bouquet of tropical and temperate flowers that are brought to market at night to avoid the wilting daytime heat. Cool weather varieties, including daisies and roses, are grown in the nearby highlands. Catch the flower market during citywide festivals, such as Loi Krathong and the Flower Festival.