Warorot Market has just about everything.

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Locals come here to shop for food, clothing, flowers and the list goes on.

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Many locals come here to buy food back home to cook.

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There are also Thai snacks, spices and sauces here.

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Tourists shouldn’t leave without getting some Cha Tra Mue Thai Tea Mix.

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Thai snacks going at 3 for 100 baht!

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Thai freshly steamed corn going at just 10 baht!

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I tried the corn and it was the perfect snack to grab while exploring the market.

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You can also get a coconut while walking around for only 40 baht.

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There are many clothing shops at Warorot Market but do not expect to find any fast fashion designs here.

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Parents often come here to buy school uniforms and supplies for their children.

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Of course, there has to be an elephant pants store here. These are the comfiest pants you will ever find and I bought a pair of culottes here for 80 baht. I am loving it so much and I seriously regret not buying more because I have not been able to find the design anywhere else since then.

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There is a stretch of the market by the road specializing in the sale of flowers.

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You can find many pretty bouquets here.

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They have simple ones too.

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I thought this was really gorgeous and look at the price! Only 50 baht!

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If you need the toilet, there is a place right across the stretch selling flowers where you can find clean toilets. Wawee Coffee, my life savior.

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This cafe is the perfect place to have a rest, cool down and drink some coffee.

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They also have outdoor seating with a gorgeous view of a lake and pretty trees.

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After exploring the market, I recommend you try taking a trishaw to your next destination, ideally somewhere nearby.

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You seldom find trishaws around anymore and even in Thailand, you usually only see Tuk Tuks. Before the time you only get to see trishaws is in a museum, I recommend you take the chance to experience this. I took a ride to the Art in Paradise 3D Illusion museum and it was 2 km away.

[Chiang Mai] Warorot Market