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State run buses are the best buses to take in Thaialnd... they are also the cheapest and the safest. from Chiang Mai there's several buses to Chiang Rai every day (5-6 hours), roughly every hour or so - some of them are ordinary, others air-con. The price difference is minimal. To go towards the Chiang Saen (2-3 hours), for the Golden Triangle, there are several (rustic) buses too - then from Chiang Sean there's songathews.
Written Dec 6, 2002
Buses to Chiang Khong which lies on the banks of the Mekong River opposite the Laos town of Huay Xai, depart from the bus station in the town centre, every hour on the hour from 6am to 5pm. The journey is on a rather cranky old bus along rather poor roads which seem to get worse the further you go. The trip takes about 2-2.5hrs and costs 70 baht. The bus drops you off about 2km south of the Thai immigration control so it's best to take a tuk-tuk.
Written Nov 28, 2009
2 Reviews and 310 Opinions Very nice hotel, located so, that you have a wonderful view on the Mekong River and the Golden...
4 Reviews and 117 Opinions We stayed at the Dusit in April 2007. The hotel facilities were 5 star but the best thing about the...
1 Review and 134 Opinions The setting on the river is very nice. The rooms are spacious and nicely (but sparsely) decorated....