Valoro market is located in the northeast direction of the ancient city. It is a market that integrates clothing, vegetable market, hardware and dry goods. Although the overall conditions are similar to the domestic food market, the interior is tidy and the local people are friendly and courteous. Because of the cost-effective, I bought some dried cashew nuts, dried longan, dried mango and so on here. The price itself is cheap, and there is no bargain, but the shopkeeper took the initiative to give a discount when he saw how much I bought. There are also many fruit, mango, glutinous rice and sugar in the market. Have a meal in the market.
From the ancient city, you can get to the Valoro market by two cars. It should be a daily shopping market for the local people. All kinds of vegetables, fruits, seasonings and seafood are very affordable, especially for the local people. Suggestions for those who like to experience the local feeling.
Chiang Mai is the most worthwhile market to visit. It contains vegetables, fruits, snacks and specialties. There is a flower market next door. Various durian dried, mango dried, butterfly flower, winter Yingong seasoning and other specialties, you can safely bargain when choosing and purchasing, the boss's Chinese is generally very good.
It's not far from the big market outside the ancient city. It's only 10 minutes by two cars. Food and spices are available and cheap. Some stalls can even use Alipay. In addition, it is also a place where local people buy vegetables, fruits, daily necessities and religious necessities. There are clothes, too. They are not our favorite clothes. But there are elephant pants on some night markets, too. All things, the price is cheaper than the ancient city, worth buying. Really buy a lot, you can also directly express home. Postage is OK, not expensive.
Valoro Market is a large indoor comprehensive market that Chiang Mai locals often visit. It is very clean and orderly. Here is the best place to buy some dry goods and fruits, especially durian dried dried dried dried dried durian which we often like to bring back. The price here is quite cheap, and the quality is very good. It's worth visiting.
It's a good experience. The two cars in the ancient city are 30 pearls per person, which is only 15 minutes away. In fact, it's a big vegetable market. It's a specialized wholesale market. It's basically a box for sale. If you want to buy it, you can buy it at the stalls along the street. The price is cheaper than Sunday night market.
Variety and reasonable price market to find and try the local food, groceries and handicraft.
We live near the Vallo Market, where the price is super cheap!!!! There are several stalls in which the proprietors can speak Chinese. Aunt Yang's booth is recommended. Aunt Yang's booth is very good and the price is very cheap. There are many kinds of things in her booth. If you buy more, you can bargain. I bought a lot of dried fruits, seaweed, mosquito repellent water and centipede pills with my little friends. It's much cheaper than shopping malls!
The Valoro market is open in the daytime and there are many local people, but it makes us more expensive than the night market. But the difference is to look at the daytime scene. There is a famous dry goods shop. We bought a lot of dried mango. It's delicious. Remember to bargain.