Chiang Mai is the second largest Province of the Thailand Kingdom. It is located in the north part of Thailand. It has its own scenic beauty of nature that attracts more people to visit there. Another most important thing you get here is adventurous activities. Let’s see the Guide to travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai –
The Best Transport to Travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai:
Flights are the best choice to travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, as Bangkok is located in the central part of Thailand and Chiang Mai is located in the north part of Thailand. So if you use land transport to travel then it will take you 10-12 hours of time to reach from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Also, land transport such like buses will charge you more than 600 Baht and taxi’s cost you more than 2500 Baht. But Flights charge from 1200 – 2000 Baht depending on the time of flights. So it clearly points out you, to move by flight rather than land transports.
Best and Cheapest Flights to Travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai:
The best and cheapest flight to travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is Air Asia Airlines. These are the flights which depart 4-5 times a day or more from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Air Asia flights not allow, to carry heavy luggage free of cost but only allow free 7kgs of Cabin baggage. But that doesn’t difference you more, so if you have luggage of 20 kgs then you need to pay up to extra 500 plus Baht. If you want a complete travellers guide then follow the link.
Which are the Best and Cheapest Hotels to Stay in Chiang Mai?
There are many numbers of cheapest and best hotels to stay but I suggest few here, if you like then can go for it:-
- Top North Guest House
- Just Chill Inn
- Namton Boutique Hotel
- Good Night Chiang Mai (G9 Chiang Mai)
- Love CNX Guesthouse
- VC@Suanpaak Boutique Hotel & Service Apartment
- The Opium Serviced Apartment & Hotel
These hotels you can book through Website – www.booking .com
Tourist Attractions in Chiang Mai:
There are many tourist attractions in Chiang Mai but some of the very famous tourist’s spots I mentioned here:-
- Wat Prathat Doi Suthep
- Doi Inthanon
- Wat Chedi Luang
- Elephant Nature Park
- Tiger Kingdom
- Eakachai Houseboat at Mae Ngat Dam
Ladies or Gents it does not matter, don’t travel alone in forest areas or near to any village areas where you get many rubber trees because in Thailand the most thieves target foreign people, as they know you carry money with you and also don’t wear gold or any valuable ornaments while you travelling .
I hope this travel guide helped you to get important information that you require, so have a safe and happy journey.