At Baan Tawai, 20 kilometres off Chiang Mai,
visitors can watch antique reproduction first hand. Fine wood carvings and
furniture can be bought on site.
Central Airport Plaza near Chiang Mai Airport
houses a refreshing Central Aquarium. The mall also has classy department
stores and boutiques as well as the multi-screen cinema, Major Cineplex.
At Ratchadamnoen Road (Sunday Walking
Street), some vendors appear in glamorous costumes adorned with their specialised
ornaments. Thai creativity is richly embedded into their handmade goods which
include silver items, Thai silk, painted mirrors and candle holders.
Pancakes and meatballs are among a variety of
delectable treats cooked on site. These delicious delicacies envelope the atmosphere
with their irresistible aromas.
For a genuine Thai experience, visitors can
drop by the Warorot Market, to the north of the Night Bazaar. There you will
find Ton Lamyai (Flower Market) as well as Wet Market selling fresh fruits,
vegetables and meat.