A short walk from Wat Phumin, this place offers high-quality local textiles, mostly comprised of women’s skirts and blouses.
This open-air mall is Nan’s answer to Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market. Here you’ll find shops selling local knick-knacks, art, clothing, restaurants, coffee shops and bars. The market is technically open from 10a…
These adjacent shops sell a variety of local goods with an emphasis on textiles and clothing.
The showroom of this government-funded development initiative has everything from local snacks to silverware.
This small but classy shop sells a huge variety of locally designed and produced silver items.
Every Saturday afternoon the stretch of Th Pha Kong in front of Nan National Museum is closed and vendors selling food, textiles, clothing; and local handicrafts set up shop.