Mandarin Oriental x Kome Tong / MO Magazine Concierge

Time for Shopping

Savvy shoppers from all over Asia flock to Chiang Mai for the high quality designer homeware and fashions. If the resort’s own impressive array of boutiques at the Kad Dhara arcade does not fit the bill, head for Living Space on Tha Pae Road for accessories, leatherware, rare silks and ceramics. Long-term resident Jennifer Dyson has some exceptional products.

Sop Moei Arts on Charoenrat Road sells the best selection of ethnic textiles made by the Pwo Karen tribe; opposite is Vila Cini, the city’s most stylish silk shop; just along the street is the tiny Kome Tong selling folk art and a few steps further on is La Luna Gallery, the city’s most prestigious centre for contemporary artworks and photography.

Thank you so much,

MO Magazine (Mandarin Oriental) Tips created by Condé Nast, Maps by Kenzie Design

www.mandarinoriental.com/condenast/asia-pacific/chang-mai/

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~ by Rattanaphol Taja on May 16, 2010.

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