Think Park, Best Attractions in Chiang Mai

Think Park is an ultra-cool shopping precinct opposite Maya Shopping and Lifestyle Mall. It features and eclectic array of specialty shops, restaurants, cafes, kiosks and artist displays.

Mr Tan Passakornnatee, the founder of the Oishi Empire purchased the 2 acre parcel of land and gifted it to his daughter Virisa Passakornnatee. Think Park was built with the vision of helping to support artisans and local arts in the area.

Think Park, Best Attractions in Chiang Mai Think Park, Best Attractions in Chiang Mai

It is an exciting place to hang out, especially in the evening when the place comes alive. The new Malt Café is a great place to grab a cold beer and listen to some live music. Café Vino is a large range of Red and White wines and also offers some delicious international cuisine. Tom & Tom Café is open 24 hours for those wishing to grab a coffee and cake late in the evening.

Think Park, Best Attractions in Chiang Mai

Friday and Saturday is the best time to visit Think Park as it hosts an evening market offering food and local handcrafted merchandise. They also hold many festivals throughout the year including the Durian festival in August/September and the Christmas lights are also something not to miss.

Tip 1: Best time to visit is between 6:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings.


Open 24 hours

Address: Think Park – Corner of Huay Kaew Road and Nimmanheiman Road. (Opposite Maya Shopping Mall)

Tel: 087 660 7706

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