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I go there once per year, buy fruit, clothes, toys.
Sure interesting for tourists, but if you go to Ban aronatai, some 40km up the road just on the Burmese border you will find a market that's 10 times more fascinating.
That market is on...More
The Tuesday morning market is a nice way to spend a couple of hours. It is a proper market and not geared towards tourists in the same way that those in Chiang Mai are.
The fruit on sale is fantastic and very reasonably priced. We...More
This is a market for locals where local produce and cheap clothing are mainly sold. There are no products such as local handicrafts that would interest tourists. The only thing of interest is possibly seeing the hilltribe costumes in the area.
This market is intended for locals but still offers an enjoyable insight for travellers who wants to look for tribes people or taste some jungle foods. One section is dedicated to tribes people bringing their goods into town. Most of the market is for locals...More
I was in Chiang Dao area for 4 months recently, from December 2014 to March 2015. As a result, I had a chance to visit this market at least 4 Tuesday mornings. I REALLY enjoyed it. Like the other reviewers have said, it's an authentic...More
I enjoyed this market because it was educational as well as interesting......there were craftsmen making woven items for sale....at a very reasonable price....everyone was very friendly also....i purchased some very beautiful gifts made by the artist.....a nice place to support local culture from several different...More
I like Thai Markets and this oine takes up most of the High Street through central Chiang Dao. Well worth taking time out to walk round it. Once a week on a Tuesday. It's hot and dusty - there are very few tourist trinkets here...More
Having wasted a lot of time looking at "authentic" hill tribe crafts in the tourist markets of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, I really found this market enjoyable.
It is simply a real market where local people (including the hill tribes) come to buy and...More