Anchored by four-storey Central Department Store, Chiangmai’s first and oldest shopping mall offers a large variety of shopping options among fashion, sporting goods, IT products and more, along with many food outlets and Tops Market supermarket. Vista Theatre screen the latest films on the top floor, and on the same floor is karaoke lounge and 24-lane bowling alley. Three banks provide ATM service and foreign exchange.
This new tourist attraction is the only vision illusion art museum in Thailand that visitors can have a full of fun in touching and taking pictures with these illusion 3D art pieces displaying in the museum. Within 5,800 sq. meters space, there are more than 10 exhibitions that range in different theme such as Underwater World Hall, Wildlife Hall, Dinosaur Hall, Waterfall Hall as well as making fun touch the world famous art paints.
Northern Thailand’s newest, largest and trendiest shopping mall is a destination in itself. With an eye-catching architectural “Futuristic Lanna” design inspired by northern Thai cultural heritage, coupled with energy-saving and environmentally-friendly technology, the complex has become one of the northern capital’s foremost landmarks. Located on the Superhighway junction that is one kilometre from the bus terminal, three kilometres from the train station and eight kilometres from the airport, the 250,000-sq-metre complex comprises over 250 brand-named fashion stores, over 60 restaurants, 7 specialized anchor stores including Central Department Store, Central FoodHall, PowerBuy, B2S, SuperSports, Office Mate, a Major Cineplex with IMAX 3D and 4DX, as well as ice-skating rink, fun park, plus a full-service fitness club.
Doppio Ristr8to in the Central Festival shopping mall is our 2nd Ristr8to in Chiang Mai. Our aim for this location is to share our knowledge to coffee beginner and local people who are not commonly drinking coffee in Chiang Mai, so we made this cult-concept cafe less complicated than our original Ristr8toand easier to understand for everyone. We would like to persuade common people to appreciate about good coffee, that is why we make our concept and our unique menu to get connected with normal people who are not coffee geek, so they can know more information about coffee, and enjoy coffee industry more.
Huen Muan Jhai(เฮือนม่วนใจ๋),Northern Thai restaurant at Chiangmai. If you be here in Chiangmai .I hope you don’t miss local food as Chiangmai food. I guess that once you I find a perfect restaurant for have a good meal,Huen Muan Jhai(เฮือนม่วนใจ๋)Its has to be on the list. The name “Huen Muan Jhai”(เฮือนม่วนใจ๋) mean the place that come with happiness. this restaurant nearby Nimmarn Road.there is little parking space in front of the restaurant. Taste is good and price is suitable.
While not a must-do, you might want to try a khan toke dinner at least once when in Chiang Mai. At the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center, the setup is highly elaborate – from the elegant teakwood room decked out in ethnic Lanna style to the round teak tray containing nine side dishes to the sitting arrangement on the floor – all designed to re-enact the original khan toke experience.
Dash Restaurant and Bar in Chiang Mai draws in big crowds even though it is located down a small lane in a quiet part of the old town. The setting is perfect: a beautiful wooden house with doors open onto a small patio, and tasty Thai food that suits all palates. Add to this the live band that plays in the evenings and they really have a winning combination. Dash is located on Moon Muang Road, around a five minute walk from Tha Pae Gate. If you’re not familiar with Chiang Mai’s winding back lanes then it’s best to take a map. The restaurant is open every day from 9:00 until midnight. If you end up loving the food you eat here, Dash restaurant and Bar in Chiang Mai also run cooking classes.
The Khantoke Dinner at the Old Chiang Mai Cultural Center is based around the traditional Thai dinner and dancing show. For the Khantoke dinner guests sit on bamboo mats on the floor and are served a range of northern Thai food to share with the table. The food includes a rich chicken curry and a Burmese style pork curry, fried chicken, sticky rice, vegetables with a spicy chilli dip and the northern delicacy of deep fried pork skin. While you sit and eat a variety of Traditional Thai dances are shown on stage including sword dancing and a popular drum performance.
The menu varies from International, Thai and Chinese Cuisine. Examples from the menu includes Grilled river prawns with curry sauce , Grilled pork with lemon grass served with hot & spicy sauce, Mixed grilled scallop, river prawn, chicken, pork and sea mussel with curry sauce and much much more. There are also various specials on daily, for example; Chicken served with Thai saffron fried rice Stir fried rice noodles, with minced chicken and sunny-side egg (89THB) Spaghetti cabonara with slow cooked egg to name but a few.
Located on the Chiang Mai-Lampang Super Highway close to Wat Chet Yot, the museum has been designated by the Fine Arts Department as a regional center for education and preservation of the art and culture of Chiang Mai and upper northern Thailand, the Lanna Kingdom. Their Majesties the King and Queen graciously presided over the opening of the museum on 6 February 1973. The museum was built in traditional northern architecture, with a Lanna Thai rooftop. Interesting topics include