If you liked what you saw at the in-town Studio Naenna, then head out to the main gallery and workshop of this textile cooperative. It's about 1km northwest of the intersection of Th Huay Kaew and Th Khlorng Chonpra…
This intriguing shop sells reams of handmade mulberry paper (săh), in a remarkable range of colours and patterns, including gorgeous marbled sheets that resemble the end leaves of bound 19th-century books.
The collector's best friend, this cluttered shop has been trading old bric-a-brac from the hills for years. It specialises mainly in textiles, lacquerware and jewellery.
Elephant carvings by San Kamphaeng master woodworker Phet Wiriya are sold in this in-town showroom. He is known for his use of traditional methods, local cassia wood and unique poses.
A branch of the missionary-backed fair-trade store, selling fine hill-tribe needlework and baskets.
A good selection of tribal bags, trinkets and textiles, sold on a fair-trade basis.
One of a string of ma-and-pa antique shops selling ceramics, statues, carvings and bronzes of hard-to-determine age and authenticity. Pick something because you like it, rather than as an investment in an heirloom.
A cluster of shops selling every imaginable kind of basketware.