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Ton Lamyai, Chiang Mai

Changklan Road
Chiang Mai
Thailand's insider take:

For Thais, shopping is a daily experience. However, the sights and smells of a chaotic morning market such as Talat Warorot—freshly butchered hogs, dried river fish, the unmistakable urinal-cake stench of durian fruit—are not for the faint of stomach. But adjacent to the city's largest souk lies the heaven-scent alternative of Ton Lamyai, the daily flower market. Along a riverside stretch of Changklan Road north of Narawat Bridge, Thailand's riotous floral diversity is on full display: lotus and marigolds, heliconia and gladiolus, in helpings to sate any botanist.

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