Chiang Mai: Halal Street and Shopping Area

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Halal food can be easily found in Chiang Mai. Located near the Night Bazaar, adjacent to Chang Klan Rd, Halal Street Hilal Town is a popular area among Muslim travelers. This stretch of is the best place to fulfill your stomach after a long day.

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There are also plenty of halal snacks to bring home as souvenir.

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Baan Haw Mosque is also located along the area. It is one of the biggest mosques in the province.

 

I get my lunch fixed at Khao-Soi Islam Restaurant, originally opened by Cin Haw muslims from Kunming. Nothing fancy on the decor; simple, clean and affordable food.

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There are also plenty of halal restaurant at Anusarn Night Bazaar. Here you can also find vendors selling almost anything you can think of. From souvenir, Thai silk, handicrafts, knick-knack and many more. Do remember to use your haggling skills.

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The Bazaar can get very crowded during the weekends.

 

Lookout for Banana Roti and Mango sticky rice stall!

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Their French Crepes worth a try too.

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My hotel’s front desk also recommended me to visit one of the newest mall in Chiang Mai, Maya Lifestyle Shopping Center. Located at Nimmanhaemin district, Maya (Pronounced as “Mayor”) has a mix of Thai and international brands outlets.

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The Observation Skydeck offers stunning view of the district.

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 I bet the observation desk is also a great place to catch the sunset.

Chiang Mai Travel Series | lonelytravelog.com

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