5 Attractions Near Yaang Come Village Chiang Mai Hotel

5 Attractions Near Yaang Come Village 

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Yaang Come Village Chiang Mai Hotel

Yaang Come Village Hotel in Chiang Mai is conveniently situated within walking distance of various ‘must-see attractions’ when visiting the Thailands ‘Rose of the North’ city. We have put together a Chiang Mai travel list of 5 attractions which are within walking distance away from Yaang Come Village Hotel.

1. The Chiang Mai Night Bazaar & Anusarn Market

Chiang Mai Souvenir
A great place to shop for traditional Thai souvenirs

The Night Bazaar is located just accross from Yaang Come Village on the Chang Klan Road, and is only minutes walk away from our centrally located Chiang Mai hotel. The famous night bazaar is approximately 1km in length, and is featured on both sides of the road while playing host to hundreds of interesting Thai market stalls.

The Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is open to visitors 7 days a week, and unofficially begins from 6pm each evening. As well as an abundance of delicious Thai treats and snacks, guests can often see the following items featured within the market stalls:

  • Clothing items
  • Lanna (Northern Thai) souvenirs
  • Colorful Thai Silk
  • Handmade Wooden Items
  • Travel Luggage

 

The night bazaar is a worthwhile visit for those travelling around Chiang Mai, and Yaang Come Village serves as the perfect destination.

The Anusarn Market is also only minutes’ walk away from Yaang Come Village Hotel, and set within a square marketplace. During the middle of the market square, there are stalls containing souvenirs such as gifts and handicrafts, much like the night bazaar road.

Around the outside are many restaurants, where locals and tourists alike can enjoy delicious Western and Thai cuisine and reasonable prices.

The Anusarn Market is open until midnight, and features as a Chiang Mai attraction on every night of the week. This is also a great break from walking along the busy Night Bazaar road, as visitors can stop for a delicious meal.

2. Warorot Market

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A fresh market stall at the Warorot Market

The Warorot Market (also known as Kad Luang) is just 2 minutes north of the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar and sits adjacent to the Ping River. In contrast to the Chiang Mai Walking Street Market, it opens during the daytime and closes after dark. The Warorot Market contains an abundance of traditional items available to buy, such as:

  • Fresh Thai fruit and vegetables
  • Delicious Thai snacks
  • Clothing
  • Handicrafts and souvenirs
  • Electronic gadgets

 

The Chiang Mai Warorot market is also well known for its colorful flower stalls which face the Ping River

3. Thapae Gate

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The Thapae Gate

Thapae Gate is one of the most central landmarks in Chiang Mai. Once upon a time in Thailand, it was the gateway for the visiting monks, traders and diplomats entering the city. The Thapae Gate is often seen as the central location for citywide events and festivals.

The Yaang Come Village Hotel in Chiang Mai is only 5 minutes drive away by songthaew bus, or 15 minutes walk through the interesting city center area. The Thapae Gate especially comes to life during the popular Thai festivals such as Loy Krathong, Songkran and the Chiang Mai Flower Festival.

This is also the beginning of the destination for the Chiang Mai Sunday Night Walking Street Market, as stalls and markets will set up through the Rachadamnoen Road which runs away from the Thapae Gate.

4. Chiang Mai Iron Bridge (Sapan Lek)

Chiang Mai Bridge
A picture taken from the Iron Bridge during Loy Krathong

The Iron Bridge is well known as a romantic picturesque spot in Chiang Mai. In recent years, it has become a popular place to take a picture or check-in on social media.  The view from the Iron Bridge during the evening time is truly beautiful, as it looks across the ping river and the city lights. The busiest time for the bridge is during Thai festivals, as crowds of locals and tourists tend to gather here to watch the celebrations take place.

During the Loy Krathong festival, the iron bridge provides a fantastic view of the lanterns which light up the sky, and the traditional Krathong boats floating over the water. This destination becomes a must-see for anyone visiting Thailand during these festivals.

5. Lanna Come Spa at Yaang Come Village Hotel

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The Lanna Come Spa Chiang Mai

Thailand is well known for its traditional range of massages and treatments. The Lanna Come Spa has an excellent selection of spa packages including hand/ foot massages, waxing, Thai spa massages, and perfect facial treatments.

All of the treatments at the Lanna Come Spa are presented using the highest standards and the famous Thai hospitality to ensure all of our customers receive the desired experience.

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Yaang Come Village Hotel

We hope you have enjoyed reading the ‘5 Attractions Near Yaang Come Village Chiang Mai Hotel’ blog post. There are many more attractions which are both near, and easily accessible from Yaang Come Village hotel in Chiang Mai, and guests can book tours and transportation journeys directly from the hotel reception.

 

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