Chiang Mai Transportation

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  • 1. Train

    Many people miss out on a wonderful experience by flying to Chiang Mai from Bangkok. The best choice is the overnight train, which is clean, safe, comfortable and fun. If you are a couple or a family...

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  • 2. Tuc Tuc & bikes

    Like anywhere in Thailand, tuk-tuks are everywhere and are useful for getting around. All you need to do is wave them down (in a lot of cases they will actually ask you if you need a ride before you...

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  • 3. Busses

    There are a cheap buses that travel to Bangkok from Chiang Mai which i have avoided for many years as once i was on one that broke down halfway to Bangkok. We were left on our own as the driver was in...

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  • 4. Airplane

    The straight answer is yes. The easiest and fastest way to go about that is probably to contact Thai airways and have them set up a taxi for you from Chiang Mai airport to Chiang Rai. But this is by...

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  • 5. Red (mini) buses & Tuk-tuks

    From airport to town - ask the guard to hail a taxi for you - MUCH cheaper than airport taxi (uses the normal car) - it'll cost us THB 100 for 2 pax.To Doi...

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  • 6. Chiang Mai Airport

    Chiangmai International Airport is about 4km southwest of downtown Chiangmai... along the Super-Highway and Chiangmai-Hod Road... You can go to the city by...

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  • 7. Mr Beer - Bike & Cycle Hire

    Although this place sounds like it's a pub and is, indeed, located near a few, it's actually a bicycle and bike rental place. I hired a bicycle to get around...

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  • 8. Songthaew travel

    I thought I would share these prices with you, so that if you are doing a similar route, you will have an idea of what to pay.I left from my Accommodation in...

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  • 9. Hire a Taxi for a day

    I wanted to visit some places that weren't on the tourist trail, so my Hotel suggested hiring a Taxi for a day, and he would take where I wanted to go. I had to...

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  • 10. Chiang Mai International Airport

    This is a modern compact airport situated a couple of km from the city. The airport is easily reached by taxi or public transport. The airport has daily flights...

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  • 11. Taxi's & Tuk Tuk's

    Chiang Mai has tuk tuk's, motos, meter taxis and songtaews for getting around and they are all very cheap.Our meter taxi from the airport to our hotel cost...

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  • 12. Car Hire

    We hired a Toyota Vios while we were in Chiang Mai from Journey rent a Car. We paid 1000baht per day for the car which includes first class insurance and there...

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  • 13. Songthaew - a cheaper choice.

    .The red pickup passenger transport is a cheaper choice against the more costly Tuk-Tuk.Songthaew (literally 2 rows in Thai) is actually a pick-up fixed with 2...

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  • 14. Take Taxi Save Money and Help Locals

    Forget the busloads of people, just grab a taxi and see places off the beaten path. We just got back from a trip to Chiang Mai for the weekend and came across...

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  • 15. Great Taxi for Day Trips

    We just got back from a trip to Chiang Mai for the weekend and came across this great taxi driver, DJ. DJ speaks good english and is courteous. Great safe...

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  • 16. Car

    Chiang Mai is actually very interesting for its surrounding, mountains and the nature around, so if you don't mind do drive on your own you can rent a car. If...

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  • 17. Scooter!

    The best way to get around Chiang Mai, indeed around many areas of Thailand, is by scooter. They are inexpensive to rent, reliable, and since so many people...

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  • 18. Transportation in Thailand and Laos

    WOW. Sounds like you are trying to pack a lot into just a few days. Probably doable, but not very practicle. Mostly because of the time it takes to get from A...

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  • 19. Hiring a driver

    I am usually quite apprehensive when approached by a driver offering services. While I visited a temple, I was approached by a local driver with his own...

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  • 20. Motorbike rentals

    Rent a motorbike at Mr. Beer rental. The city is full of tuk-tuks so you can easily move all around with it. Or you can rent a motorbike for 300 THB / 1 day,...

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  • 21. Good English Speaking Guide

    Unless you speak Thai getting around Chiang Mai can be a bit difficult at times. English speaking travel guides are not always available. We met an English...

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  • 22. Another way to travel in Chiang Mai -Taxi meter

    CHiangmai becoming big city . But the transportation is not good yet. If you want to get around chiangmai but don't want to bargain or negotiate the price with...

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  • 23. How do you get out of the airport????

    Trying to get out of the airport was a challenge. We had been told about the pre paid taxi for 100 B. We found the stand and a sign saying 120B, but nobody was...

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  • 24. Airport Taxi

    We met a great taxi driver who drove us from the airport to our hotel, in the cleanest car. Mr Narin is driver of car number 38, and has an excellent command of...

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  • 25. Guide/Driver

    While in Ching Mai we hired a guide/driver that stayed with us durind four days.In the first day we went to Doi Suthep and many other temples inside Chiang Mai....

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