How to Reach ChiangMai
Domestic airlines operate several daily flights between Bangkok and Chiang Mai. A one-way flight takes about one hour.
Express and rapid trains leave for Chiang Mai from Hualamphong Station several times daily and the trip takes about 11-12 hours for express trains.
Several ordinary and air-conditioned buses leaving daily from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal (also known as Mo Chit). it take 10-11 hours
Places of interest
WAT PRATHAT DOI SUITHEP
PHUPING PALACE AND NATIONAL PARK
WAT CHIANG MAN
WAT CHEDI LUANG
WAT PHRA SINGH
CHIANG MAI ZOO
CHIANG MAI NIGHT SAFARI
With a legacy of 700 years of history and its own distinctive culture Chiang Mai offers its five million annual tourists a busy brochure of attractions. Only Bangkok has more urban sites to point your camera at, and this laidback city offers numerous stunning temples, waterfalls and national parks, ancient ruins, fascinating markets and animal parks for family fun. To visit all the popular Chiang Mai tourist attractions, you would need several days; we have listed the main ones here in order of importance and popularity. Renting a moped and finding your own way around is practical, although a tour guide is useful to impart interesting history and mysticism behind the city and its attractions.