We promise you this: every day of your Chiang Mai intinerary will be bursting at the seams from dawn until long after dusk.
Where to stay in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is a major transport hub in the north of Thailand, making it super accesssable by road, rail or plane, not only from Bangkok, but from Thailand's neighbouring countries too. You'll be able to jump on regular busses to and from Siem Reap in Cambodia, Vang Vieng and Luang Prabang in Laos, and now, even from Yangon in Myanmar, all costing anywhere between £10 and £20. Of course the easiest and funnest way to reach Chiang Mai is on one of our adventure tours, or by using a hop-on, hop-off Asia bus pass. For longer distances, Chiang Mai's international airport connects you to Kuala Lumpur, the Thai Islands, Hanoi and beyond cheaply and easily on a daily basis. Just check out our flights by following the link in our navigation menu!
You needn't think you have to fly to Bangkok and then get a bus up to Chiang Mai, either - we offer plenty of one-stop flights to Chiang Mai so you can dive straight into the action! Search and book them here.