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Things to do in Wat Ket

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Shopping Mall
“Biggest mall in chiang mai full with shops. Movie theatre. Ice hub skate. Have free shuttle buss to go to this mall for free.”
  • 77 locals recommend
Market
“Warorot Market or Kad Luang is a must visit for food lovers as it offers a wide Range of ready to eat meals, local snack and desserts, all kinds of fresh produce, meats and seafood. A large section of the market features inexpensive goods, clothing, accessories and personal care products.  Targeting mostly Thais, Warorot Market is a great place to get a feel of the local way of life.”
  • 60 locals recommend
Thai Restaurant
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“The Riverside opened in the mid-1980s and has long been one of the top locations to take in live music in Chiang Mai. The music starts at 19:45 on the dot every evening with acoustic artistes before the city’s best bands take to the stage a little after nine. The music is a mix of Thai and international, the latest pop hits, rock and funk. A lovely setting by the Ping River, a huge choice of Thai and international food, and an endless beverage list including craft and draught beers are added bonuses. Riverside Bar: #9-11, Charoenrat Rd., A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50000 | Open: 10:00-01:00 (Daily) | Tel: +66 53 243 239”
  • 56 locals recommend
Bus Station
“If you want to go to nearby provinces e.g. Chiang Rai, Lampang, Pai, this is a place where you can take a bus.”
  • 29 locals recommend
Art Museum
“·Strike a Pose at Art In Paradise-3D Museum: Make sure you have your camera ready for this visit. The gallery is made up of over 130 paintings split into 6 theme areas. Let your children’s imaginations run wild as you explore Art in Paradise and get some unbelievable photos in the process. @ 199/9 Changklan road. Chiang Mai. Daily 9 am. - 8.30 pm. | www.chiangmai-artinparadise.com Ticket: 400 THB, Kids 200 THB. Kids under 100 cm Free!”
  • 27 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Fancy dining. The food is NOT the best I had in Chiang Mai but definitely go for a drink and listen to their band (at the weekends).”
  • 65 locals recommend
Night Market
“Chiang Mai's main evening market. May be a bit to touristy for some, but if you are looking to shop for souvenir's then it may be worth checking out.”
  • 42 locals recommend
Hotel
“So many things to look around, local handicrafts, restaurants, bar, shopping, souvenirs, street foods, Fast foods, Seafood, western food, etc.”
  • 39 locals recommend
Café
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“Woo Cafe, Art Gallery & Lifestyle Shop is more than just a place to drink coffee and enjoy beautiful art. Our Chiang Mai Cafe exists to create an idyllic atmosphere, in which creativity and socialising combine to form a unique state of tranquillity. “Woo Cafe was born from a dream to create the perfect environment to relax in either with friends or by yourself. Our desire was to deliver this atmosphere through a romantic fusion of contemporary art and friendly service. We invite you to share our dream and visit us at Woo Cafe and Art Gallery in Chiang Mai, where indulgence and ambiance join to create a refreshingly mellow experience.””
  • 20 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Vintage American diner. We love to go there for breakfast. Foods are quite good. They have a wide selection of food and bakery. The milkshake is outstanding. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Zoo Exhibit
“Choices of activities here ranging from riding elephant in Mae Taeng river, riding Buffalo cart in the paddle field and Bamboo rafting into the picturesque part of the river. (3-4 hours)”
  • 12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Located by Ping River and over looking the Iron Bridge. Great Thai food, wines, beers, cocktails with reasonable prices. Outdoor seating and Live music. ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“If you are hankering after a pizza or a steak the Dukes offers some of the best in Chiang Mai. This is just one, there are five branches but this is the first and still the best”
  • 12 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Thai Restaurant
“The Riverside opened in the mid-1980s and has long been one of the top locations to take in live music in Chiang Mai. The music starts at 19:45 on the dot every evening with acoustic artistes before the city’s best bands take to the stage a little after nine. The music is a mix of Thai and international, the latest pop hits, rock and funk. A lovely setting by the Ping River, a huge choice of Thai and international food, and an endless beverage list including craft and draught beers are added bonuses. Riverside Bar: #9-11, Charoenrat Rd., A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50000 | Open: 10:00-01:00 (Daily) | Tel: +66 53 243 239”
  • 56 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fancy dining. The food is NOT the best I had in Chiang Mai but definitely go for a drink and listen to their band (at the weekends).”
  • 65 locals recommend
Café
“Woo Cafe, Art Gallery & Lifestyle Shop is more than just a place to drink coffee and enjoy beautiful art. Our Chiang Mai Cafe exists to create an idyllic atmosphere, in which creativity and socialising combine to form a unique state of tranquillity. “Woo Cafe was born from a dream to create the perfect environment to relax in either with friends or by yourself. Our desire was to deliver this atmosphere through a romantic fusion of contemporary art and friendly service. We invite you to share our dream and visit us at Woo Cafe and Art Gallery in Chiang Mai, where indulgence and ambiance join to create a refreshingly mellow experience.””
  • 20 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Vintage American diner. We love to go there for breakfast. Foods are quite good. They have a wide selection of food and bakery. The milkshake is outstanding. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Located by Ping River and over looking the Iron Bridge. Great Thai food, wines, beers, cocktails with reasonable prices. Outdoor seating and Live music. ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“If you are hankering after a pizza or a steak the Dukes offers some of the best in Chiang Mai. This is just one, there are five branches but this is the first and still the best”
  • 12 locals recommend

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