Sumittaya Chiangmai Hotel is located in the old city. It’s just only 5 minute drive to Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, Its one of the city’s main night time attractions, fabulous shopping venues, restaurant and vibrant nightlife are waiting to be explored in Chiang Mai’s city.
A part from above, there are many historical culture site to see and visits to numerous Thai Buddhist temples, such as Wat Chai Mong Khon, a beautiful temple by river side and short distance ride to Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D museum. From there, you can ride to Wat Chedi Luang, one of magnificent temple must visit, nearly three king monument, Next to is it also another unique temple to visit named Wat Phan Tao.
You can ride to Wat Phra Singh to visit the magnificent “Hor Trai” (The assembly hall) that enshrines the Phra Buddha Sihing image which is the most sacred Buddha image of the city. On the other hand, visitors can enjoy strolling along weekend walking streets on Wualai Road and Ratchadamnoen Road. These walking street markets held every Saturday selling northern artifacts, hill – tribe style clothing, paintings, decorative items and numerous souvenirs of Chiang Mai as well as Lanna style delicacies. Along these walking street you will occasionally be entertained by amateur artists performing traditional folklores as well as modern folk songs.
You can also find various goods on Thaphae gate walking street every Sunday evening, ranging from local handicraft products to portrait paintings. It is number One of famous walking street in Thailand. The property is a 10 - minute drive from Chiang Mai International Airport.
Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is one of the city’s main night-time attractions, especially for families, and is the modern legacy of the original Yunnanese trading caravans that stopped here along the ancient trade route between Simao (in China) and Mawlamyaing (on Myanmar’s Gulf of Martaban coast). Today the night bazaar sells the usual tourist souvenirs, similar to what you’ll find at Bangkok’s street markets.
In true market fashion, vendors form a gauntlet along the footpath of Rd. Chang Khlan from Rd. Tha Phae to Rd. Loy Kroh. In between are dedicated shopping buildings: the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar Building is filled mainly with antique and handicraft stores. Across the street is the Kalare Night Bazaar selling upmarket clothes and home decor. Behind the collection of shops is the Kalare Food Center.
104-1 Chang Klan Road, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Central Plaza Chiangmai Airport, also known as Central Airport Plaza, is a shopping mall in Muang District, Chiang Mai. The shopping malls was established as Tantraphan Airport Plaza in 1987.
2 Mahidol Rd, Muang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200Phone 053 999 199
Chiang Mai International Airport is a major gateway to Northern Thailand from other part around the world. There are many commercial Airline Fights, directly serve tourists from Bangkok to Chiangmai within a few minute and other provinces within a few hour.
60 Mahidol Rd., Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50200Phone -