1.What is the local history of Sunday Walking Street Chiang Mai?
Located in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a beautiful city full of temples, good food, and lots of activities. Chiang Mai Sunday night market is among the most recommended to visit. The Sunday Walking Street Chiang Mai market begins at the Phae Gate, which was the main entrance in ancient times. There are still bricks at the gate that were a part of the old wall surrounding the city.
2. Are there any relevant myths or folklore about a location?
3. What is the physical description of the Chiang Mai Sunday night market?
The market is located in downtown Chiang Mai on the whole of Ratchadamnoen Road. The street is closed off specifically for this weekly market.
4. How many hours does it take to fully explore the location?
5. What is the best way to get there? / Is there public transportation?
If you are located downtown, you can easily walk to the market. Many hotels are located on or near Ratchadamnoen Road. Local tuk tuks and rot daangs can be used if located further away from the city center.
6. How far is from the city center/airport?
The market is in the heart of the city center and fifteen minutes away from the airport.
7. Open Hours & Dates
8. Do you need a guide to visit?
There is no need for a guide to visit the marketplace.
9. Is this location family friendly?
10. How much exercise is expected/required (for both walking and climbing stairs)?
This market requires walking the whole time. There are no vehicles permitted while the market takes place.
11. What are the food and drink options there? (Will there be vegan or vegetarian food?
There is a wide variety of food stands to choose from. Vegan and vegetarian options can be found. There are also restaurants located around the market since it is in the city center.
12. What should I pack – any recommendations? (Include recommended clothing, such as no shorts or short-sleeved shirts)
13. Contact Details (phone number, address, email, location/GPS, google map)
Chiang Mai, Amphoe Mueang
Chiang Mai, CM 50200