How to Travel to Thailand

During the global COVID-19 pandemic, measures have been enforced to prevent and control COVID-19 from spreading in Thailand. This includes measures to keep an influx of visitors to Thailand in check. Therefore, foreign visitors who need to visit Thailand must comply with the measures. There are 5 easy steps to take,please click the button below.

How to Travel to Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is located in the north of Thailand, which is why it is also known as the “Rose of the North”. It is known for its beautiful ancient temples and the mountainous landscape that provides natural attractions.

Flying from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is the quickest way of getting between the two. Domestic flights depart from both Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) in Bangkok, landing at Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX). If you want to keep it cheap, low-cost carriers, including Thai AirAsia, Nok Air and Thai Lion Air, fly from Don Mueang. You can also find great deals with Thai Smile, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways and Thai Vietjet Air, which all fly from Suvarnabhumi Airport.The flight takes around one hour and 15 minutes and there are more than 20 flights every day.

Before being able to enjoy Charming Chiang Mai, there are obstacles that a traveler will have to go through. It might take a long process and a lot of effort for travelers to do but know that it will be worth it once you are in your dream destination. Here are the things one needs to consider and do to travel in Chiang Mai, please click the button below for more information.

Explore Chiang Mai

With beautiful nature blended with Lanna Culture and colours of contemporary perfectly Chiang Mai is, therefore, a province that has many tourists, both Thai and foreigners, come in many millions each year. Popular tourist activities in Chiang Mai include worshipping the Phra That doi suthep, which is an important Landmark of Chiang Mai people. Experience the local way of life and shop for stylish handmade products at Thapae Walking Street. Visit various species of plants at the Queen Sirikit botanical Garden and Rajapruek Royal Park. Do not miss to shop art products, taste local CUISINE and see cultures on Nimmanhaemin Road. In addition, nature and mountain tours are another activity that should not be missed when visiting Chiang Mai, whether stepping on the highest point of Thailand at the top of doi inthanon. Absorb the beauty of the rice fields, feel the Cool breeze while watching the giant tiger flower at Doi Ang Khang. Experience Ecotourism HomeStay in Mae Kampong and visit Hmong villages in Doi Pui and many more.

Chiang Mai Map

Location of The Empress Hotel Chiang Mai