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Anusarn Market

Anusarn Market is a food and walking street market located close to the end of the famous Night Bazaar. It is open every night, 7 days a week.

The market sells a lot of local food as well as Japanese, Malaysian and Indonesian delights and also has a large range of seafood on offer.

Anusarn Market Cheap Food Stalls, Massage & Souvenirs, Chiang Mai

Anusarn Market is known for its great food, but also sells a huge range of souvenirs and hand made goods, much like many of the other markets in Chiang Mai. You will locally made crafts, jewellery, bags, paintings, scarves, t-shirts, purses and clothing.

Whilst walking along the market, you will also be able to purchase fresh fruit, drinks and heaps of street food. There are also many restaurants located along here where you can stop for a bite to eat.

If you want to grab a massage, there are plenty of vendors offering massages for around 150-200 THB per hour. If you are interesting in trying something new, put your feet into a fish spa where the tiny fish will nibble on your feet! It tickles and costs around 100 THB for 20 minutes.

This market is one where you can certainly bargain. Some vendors put signage up with their price, however if there are vendors without signage, you may attempt to get a lower price than their first offer. Many will stick to their guns on their opening price, so it is important to keep some perspective and realise you might be haggling over 50 cents!

Anusarn Market is open from around 6pm (most stalls wont fully open until around 7pm) and it runs until midnight. You can get there by walking from Thapae Gate which will take only around 10 minutes. If you catch a Red Truck, it will shouldn’t cost more than 20 THB or 80 THB for a tuk tuk.

Address
Chang Klan Road
Just south of the Chang Klan Rd & Loi Kroh Rd Intersection
Chang Klan, Chiang Mai

Operating Hours
Daily: 6pm to midnight

Phone
+66 53 818 340

Email
No email address available

Ticket Prices / Admission
Free

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