There will be plenty to eat and drink around the festival and the weather is typically warm during the day and delightfully cool in the evenings.
Delightful dishes are like Gaeng Hoh (Mixed Curry), Larb Kua (Pan-fried Spicy Meat Salad),Khao Soi (Egg Noodle Curry), Khan Toke , Nam Prik Ong/Nam Prik Nume.
Chiang Mai has some excellent bars. The city might be better known for its ancient temples and rolling mountains, but the northern capital also boasts an ever-growing list of lively bars, pubs and places to drink. They make the ideal place for spending the evening after a day of being all cultural.
So come on over to the Chiang Mai Flower Festival and enjoy this wonderful cultural event!
If you are coming to Chiang Mai just for the festival, there is countless accommodation choices available. There are too many hotels, hostels, apartments and guest houses to mention, but you can find a bargain anywhere in the city.