You can find a bit of a Night Bazaar Photo Gallery at Chiangmai-Thai.com, although the bottom of the site suggests that the photos are quite stale — the site has not been updated since August 5, 2003. Surely not?!
A set of 28 photos from March 2, 2009, are available on Flickr.
Chiangmai-Photos.com has a few photos, too.
Someone else posted a further very small collection of their photos on PBase.
I guess you have to be there yourself — the offerings are piecemeal all over the web.
Night Bazaar shopping street chiang mai
Surveying Night Bazar video by PR pretty girl. This place you can travel shopping mall, get Inter food and Chiangmai souvenirs. It’s telling that Night Bazar keep everything that is most wanted in Chiangmai city. Night Bazar shopkeepers have International skills to sale their various products or survices by English language. Such as Local handmade handicraft, souvenirs or anything that you want.
The Night Bazaar, or Kad Luang (Royal Market) as it is know by locals, is one of Chiang Mai’s biggest draws. Located right in the centre of the city on Ping River, it is easily accessible and if you are in Chiang Mai a visit is almost obligatory. The market attracts huge crowds every evening and it is a great place to pick up trinkets and gifts. Given the market’s close proximity to the companies that manufacture them, the price of local handicrafts is attractively cheap here.
The market has huge arcades which hold a multitude of shops and stalls. The place is so packed that stalls actually spill over onto the footpaths around the market. It’s a big place to wander around, and you should put away at least a couple of hours to do it. Aside from local handicrafts, you can buy virtually anything you can think of at the market — ‘Rolex’ watches, silk, jewelry and more high-tech items like TVs and DVD plays and CDs. As with many markets, the Night Bazaar also offers some of the best street food you are likely to come across. Catering for the large number of foreigners visiting, the bazaar also offers camera shops, travel agents and internet cafes. Be prepared to bargain — to get the best price you will have to. One service the bazaar offers that seems eternally popular is portrait paintings from photos. Alternatively, have your portrait painted in Thai costume!
How to get there: The Night Bazaar is on Chang Klan Road between Tha Pae Road and Si Donchai Road. If you are staying in Chiang Mai it is probably within walking distance, but if you want to take a Tuk-Tuk the fare will be around 20 Baht from the centre of town.
The many goods on sale include: colourful Thai fabric, silk, clothing, t-shirts (souvenir and fake name brands), copied sunglasses and watches, luggage, music and DVDs, cheap shoes, handicrafts, silverware, interior décor, wood carved products, gems, antiques, toys, accessories and travel convenience goods