SUNDAY NIGHT MARKET
Sunday Night Market in Chiang Mai is the largest market in Thailand starting from The Phae Gate to Wat Phra Singh. This market functions only on Sunday where it operates from 4 PM till midnight, but only after 6PM this market starts to run very seriously, hence it got the name as Sunday Night Market. This market is considered as one of the best place for shopping for both the tourists and locals. Sunday Market displays some of the art works and craftsmanship of the Northern Thai people. You can also find many handicraft products, shoes, jewellery, souvenirs and clothing that are available for sale. If you ever got tired then get into the restaurants, coffee shops or bars in the Market area jet sit back and enjoy your meal out there. Still if you ever feel tired of walking on ‘Ratchadamnoen Road’ then you can get massage your foot by Market side for very low price. By the way you are walking on the road you will get entertained by the street entertainers, musicians, puppeteers, Thai dancers, and bands with colored light are turned on. Sunday Night Market in Chiang Mai of Thailand is perfect place for Shoppers.
KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK
This is the National Park of Thailand also this park is listed as the second largest park in Thailand where the total land area is about the 300 sq. kilometer with more than 3000 species of plants, 320 species of birds and 66 species of mammals. We can say that Khao Yai is home to a variety of animals where you can spot animals like wild elephants, sambar deer, gibbons, still lot more. The area along with the surrounding Dong Phaya Yen Mountains was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. Khao Yai National Park is also a great place for trekking, if you have an idea of trekking then don’t forget to take the tent along with you for camping if you don’t have then probably you can sent one from there. If you are interested in viewing the waterfalls then take look at some of the beautiful waterfalls in Khao Yai National Park: Haew Narok Waterfall, Haew Suwat Waterfalls, Haew Sai Waterfalls and Haew Prathun Waterfalls (names of waterfalls in the park) but only in the rainy season (May- October) the rivers flows greatly and during the summer (March- April) the water will almost dried and cold season (November- February) is a perfect time for trekking. Renting a car or motorbike in Pak Chong is one of the best ways to access the park. A lot of people hitchhike and park rangers are usually quite willing to take anyone as long as they contract their services for the day. To have an adventurous experience and to see the wildlife in Thailand then you should visit the Khao Yai National Park one of the famous tourist spots in this country.
Floating markets are so popular throughout Bangkok floating market is actually a market where the edible foods are being sold in the boat itself. This method of selling goods on the boat was originated since the time when water transport is used in the daily life. Nowadays these floating markets were considered as one of the major tourist attraction in Thailand which attracts many locals and international tourist especially the one is fond of cooking and food. The most popular tourist floating market in Thailand is Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi Province, about 100 kms southwest of Bangkok. The floating market at Damnoen Saduak is the old traditional way of selling vegetables, fruits, meals, etc. from a small boat. Damnoen Saduak is not the only floating market in Thailand also other floating markets like Taling Chan Floating Market, Ayothaya Floating Market, Don Wai Floating Market, Ayutthaya Klong Sa Bua Floating Market, Bang Nampheung Floating Market, Khlong Lat Mayom, Amphawa Floating Market, Bang Nok Kwaek Market, Tha Kha Floating Market and Bang Noi Floating Market also exist in Thailand. In short, Tourist into Thailand will find different cuisine and will have amazing experience.