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Anusarn Market adds more famous restaurants and converts into walking street

Anusarn Market adds more famous restaurants and converts into walking street

Saksit Meesubkwang

Channarong Mitthisorn, manager of Anusarn Market of Chiang Mai, says that the market is one of Chiang Maiís best known and that it was established more than 30 years ago to serve both Thai and foreign tourists with quality food and local souvenirs. Accenting the importance of the quality of the restaurants and shops and their reasonable prices is an important part of customer service. In addition, secured parking areas have been developed for customer convenience and safety.

Anusarn Market at present.

The market covers 16 rais of land divided into a great variety of shops. There is a fresh market in the morning, which gives the appearance of an old local Lanna market for the enjoyment of tourists. In the evening, there are many souvenir shops displaying handicrafts and other goods. Moreover, there are also many well-known restaurants including the biggest seafood restaurant in Chiang Mai. Visitors can to try cold beer and good food while watching hill tribe and local Thai performances daily from 4 p.m. There are 3,000 seats for guests, and staff serves each at their table.

The manager added that the market also has a reasonably priced guesthouse for rent. Business people interested in investing at the market should contact Kanuengnit Kantree, marketing manager of Anusarn Market, any day by phone 053-818340. The market will be continuously improved to be more international and will advertised to tourists and locals alike. The market is located at Tambon Chan Klan in Muang, Chiang Mai, off the Night Bazaar.