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We enjoyed our visit to the weekend market amidst beautiful, old buildings. There are plenty of street snacks and quite a few restaurants along the way. There are some souvenir, clothing, toys stalls etc but not as much as I expected. The downside to our...More
A 2 kilometre walking market that spills into the side streets. All the amazing street food stalls and smells as you wonder along with shirts, clothes and lots of hand made items all at very cheap prices. Close to the river and several old and...More
Lampang’s weekend market takes place on one of the most attractive streets in the city. It is lined with beautiful old houses and mansions built during the heyday of the teak industry a century ago. Each has a distinctive style, some in unpainted teak, others...More
This market, open only on the weekend during the evening/night, is a good way to get a glimpse into local life here in sleepy Lampang (although it has reached the traveler radar since my last visit six years ago). The food stalls offer many foods...More
Stretches all along Talad Khao and up side streets. Probably about 500m in all. Great variety of very cheap good quality local food which is eaten enthusiastically by local people and visitors alike. Very few farangs so you get a real Thai experience.
Yes this is one the best street markets & I have been to many. Very enjoyable walk plus many great stalls to browse. I bought a nice casual shirt. Very rare to see a farang here & I didn't seem uncomfortable. I really liked Lampang...More
Very busy, as it is only open on Saturdays and Sundays so it will be very busy here with locals and foreigners, has different stuff from the typical night markets in Thailand, so it's nice to see that. If you go at 6pm don't be...More