Visitors can walk to Wat Phra Singh to visit the magnificent “Hor Trai” (The assembly hall) that enshrines the Phra Buddha Sihing image which is the most sacred Buddha image of the city. On the other hand, visitors can enjoy strolling along weekend walking streets on Wualai Road and Ratchadamnoen Road. These walking street markets held every weekend selling northern artifacts, hill – tribe style clothing, paintings, decorative items and numerous souvenirs of Chiang Mai as well as Lanna style delicacies. Along these walking street visitors will occasionally be entertained by amateur artists performing traditional folklores as well as modern folk songs.
Visitors can also find various goods on Thaphae walking street every Sunday evening, ranging from local handicraft products to portrait paintings. It is no wonder that Imm Hotel Thaphae is an ideal Chiang Mai city hotel haven surrounded by the vibrant entertainment and festival scenes throughout the year.
The property is a 10 minute drive to Chiang Mai Airport. It is a 15-minute drive from Chiang Mai Zoo and Railway station. The hotel is just few minute walk from the popular Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, 15 minute drive from Chiang Mai International Airport and within short distance to the weekend walking street markets.