Of course, you can’t leave Wualai with out shopping at ‘Waulai Walking Street’ first! The street will be closed every Saturday evening. All vehicles are not allowed to pass. But vendors will set up their booths, just like a country fair, and tourists will walk around freely without having to worry that they will get hit by cars. Enjoy your time there! There are many foods and traditional merchandises on sale. You can go there after you finish touring the temple.
Chiang Mai Night Bazaar is one of the city’s main night-time attractions, especially for families, and is the legacy of the original Yunnanese trading caravans that stopped here along the ancient route between Simao and Mawlamyaing. In the Night Bazaar you will find a huge variety of brand name designer goods (real and fake) (clothing, T-shirts, belts, shoes, jewellery, watches, DVD’s & CD’s) and local Thai goods at really low prices.