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Chiang Rai offers limited options when it comes to nightlife. Besides the Night Bazaar and a string of bars and massage parlours lining Jet Yod Street and around Wangcome Hotel, there’s not much else going on after sunset. Rather than flashy clubs and pubs, what you get is a place to really take it slow and enjoy a chill-out experience. Many visitors prefer to hit the Night Bazaar and sip a few beers at the open-air beer garden in-between their shopping breaks.

1. Chiang Rai by Night with Show, Dinner and Trishaw Ride

Discover the highlights of Chiang Rai after dark on this nimble small-group city tour. Instead of lumbering around in a crowded tour bus, take a trishaw around the city streets, passing by lit-up landmarks. Huge number of stalls and variety of goods on offer. Entire street across 2-3 intersections closed off typically with four lanes of stalls. Well lit, clean and safe

2. Chiang Rai Food & Night Market Walking Tour with Local Host

Explore Chiang Rai’s colorful night markets & sightseeing visit with a local on an evening food tour of the city on foot and by car. Bring an appetite for this small-group Chaing Rai food tour, which includes samples of local market foods and desserts, with pickup and drop-off from your Chiang Rai hotel with night sightseeing.

3. Bar Lamyai

Tucked down the private Punyodyana Lane, this simple bar setup has a few outdoor wooden tables and a pool corner. There’s not much to the food menu, except a few snacks and nibbles, as the main focus here is on the reasonably-priced drinks. So, come here for the bare basics, namely cheap drinks, free Wi-Fi and live sports and/or international news broadcasts.

· Opening Hours: Budget – Affordable

· Location: Jet Yod Road, 50 metres from Clock Tower

4. Cat Bar

Open since 1995, this lively venue is famous for its live jam sessions with the owner, Sam, who rocks the house with his guitar every night from 22:30 onwards. Anyone is welcome to join in the fun, or if music is not your talent, then order a few drinks and simply enjoy the show. There’s also a bright orange pool table where you can enjoy a few games with others, should the mood strikes. With the owner and his wife overseeing the place themselves, service is warm and friendly.

· Location: Jet Yod Road

· Price Range: Affordable

5. Chiang Rai Night Bazaar

Covering four street blocks just southeast of the Clock Tower, Chiang Rai Night Bazaar is a nice diversion from Jet Yod Road’s bar-hopping scene. Vendors start to set up their stalls at around sunset, but it doesn’t get busy until after 19:00. What you will find here is a range of hill-tribe crafts, such as knitted scarves, embroidered bags, silver jewellery, bed spreads, wallets and fashion accessories, along with T-shirts, sneakers and a range of sculptural art and handicrafts. Always negotiate before you buy, as vendors tend to mark up the price at least twice as much as it usually costs elsewhere.

· Opening Hours: 18:30 – 23:00 daily

· Location: Between Phaholyothin and Prasopsuk Roads, around the bus terminal

6. Coconut’s Bar

Set up with organic-shaped garden tables and Christmas lights, Coconut’s Bar exudes a cosy and laid-back vibe. It is the kind of place to meet up with some friends for a couple of beers, cocktails, a game of pool, live football matches, or chilled-out grooves. The extensive drink list offers everything from local whiskeys to standard cocktails, wine coolers, beers and imaginative concoctions fashioned from local booze.

· Opening Hours: 07:00 – 01:00

· Location: Jet Yod Road

· Price Range: Affordable

7. Easy House

Fusing a western and Thai country style, this dimly lit bar – part of a guesthouse with the same name – has a homey feel but is rather quiet compared to its neighbours. It serves a range of western and Thai dishes from steaks and spaghetti dishes to phad thai and tom yam soup, as well as a few local beers. Entertainment includes cable TV programmes, movies, darts and easy-listening music.

· Opening Hours: 10:00 – midnight

· Location: Jet Yod Road

· Price Range: Budget-Affordable

8. Kaffee Hub

This loft-inspired hangout venue feels more like a cosy lounge. It is located inside a historic three-storey building, overlooking the Clock Tower. The first floor has a café-style setup, with low tables and teakwood chairs scattered across concrete flooring while the second floor is the bar and lounge area where you can enjoy a few cocktails on the terrace while watching the world go by. A café by day, Kafee Hub offers a selection of international and Thai dishes on its menu. After sunset, the mood shifts to a mellow, retro-style cocktail lounge, ideal for lazing away the night.

· Opening Hours: 07:00 – midnight

· Location: Corner of Banprapakan Road and private Punyodyana Lane, just east of the Clock Tower

· Price Range: Affordable

9. Leelavadee

Chiang Rai’s riverside remains rustic and largely undeveloped. Chances are you won’t just stumble across a restaurant or bar set by the Mae Kok unless it’s part of a luxury hotel. Leelavadee is an exception. Claiming an enviable riverfront location, this contemporary pub-restaurant is a delightful alternative to Chiang Rai’s rather mellow bar scene. Although the drinks list doesn’t stray from the usual offerings of local beers and whiskeys, the main highlight is live band music, which covers a wide range of international and local pop varieties, as well as local folk songs to begin each evening. Seats are set either in the garden or under a large canvas canopy, both overlooking panoramic river views.

· Opening Hours: 11:00 – midnight (live band from 19:00 to 23:00)

· Location: Kwae Wai Road, by the Kok River on the opposite side of city centre

· Cuisine: Thai, seafood, northern Thai

· Price Range: Affordable

Evening Tours in Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai Food & Night Market Walking Tour
Night Tour Tours, Chiang Rai
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More About Chiang Rai Tourism

A few famous places to visit in Chiang Rai are Doi Din Dang Pottery, Khun Korn Waterfall, Baan Dam Museum, Wat Phra Kaew, Doi Mae Salong, etc. These places offer you the perfect escape from your monotonous life and let you take away some of the most unforgettable experiences of your life.

From waterfalls to flower gardens and beautiful temples to offbeat museums, there is no paucity of exciting ventures to look forward to when you are holidaying in Chiang Rai with your loved ones. Tourist places in Chiang Rai are a great visit for all kinds of tourists and it doesn’t matter if you are backpacking, visiting with your friends or having a family get-together.

People Also Ask About Chiang Rai

  1. What is Chiang Rai known for ?

    Chiang Rai City remains a sleepy provincial town with a pleasant atmosphere. ... Founded in 1262 as the capital of the Mengrai Dynasty, after Chiang Saen, today the city retains a strong Lanna identity, mostly through its impressive collection of temples, art, language, cuisine and music.

  2. Is Chiang Rai worth visiting?

    With incredible jungle scenery, dramatic mountains and amazing landscapes, it's a really unique place. You could do hiking trips from Chiang Mai and Pai, and many people do, but due to the lack of tourists around Chiang Rai it's a great place to see some nature

  3. Is Chiang Rai a good place to live?

    The Slow Life in Chiang Rai Thailand. Living in Chiang Rai in Thailand's far north is a great alternative to Chaing Mai and Bangkok's city life. Life in Chiang Rai really is a breath of fresh air and a complete escape from traffic congestion. Even better, it's cheap. ... The cost of living in Chiang Rai.

  4. Is Chiang Rai safe?

    Up in the north of Thailand, Chiang Rai is a small, safe, relaxed city that is definitely worth visiting for at least a few days of your itinerary in this part of the world

  5. Is Chiang Rai cheaper than Chiang Mai?

    Budget travelers will want to venture to Chiang Rai over Chiang Mai. Though both cities are incredibly affordable, there is certainly a difference in the cost of accommodation, cuisine, and more in Chiang Ra

  6. How many days do you need in Chiang Rai?

    Chiang Rai is ideally situated for discovering Thailand's Golden Triangle, so three days in the city give you ample time to immerse yourself in local culture and cuisine, and explore the northern highlands.

  7. Can you do a day trip from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai?

    Chiang Rai is located about 200 km from Chiang Mai, the most famous tourist destination in Northern Thailand. ... You can also travel from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai by yourself, as there are buses running daily and the tickets are quite cheap

  8. How do you get around Chiang Rai?

    From traditional means of transportation such as tuk-tuks and samlors, to modern popular ones, such as taxis, buses, motorcycles, and so on. You can also rent a car or even walk to get around the city

  9. Is there a train from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai?

    There aren't any trains running between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. The journey to Chiang Rai takes three hours, with most of the journey through beautiful mountain areas. There is plenty of legroom and the seats are very comfortable. There is also a clean toilet at the back of the bus.

  10. Is Chiang Rai in the Golden Triangle?

    Chiang Rai is the main jumping-off point for the Golden Triangle