Chiang Mai to Luang Namtha bus – Buses arriving in Luang Namtha

Chiang Mai to Luang Namtha bus – Buses arriving in Luang Namtha

We have had a couple of reports from our customers who have booked the Chiang Mai to Luang Namtha bus through our office. On arrival at the small bus station in Luang Namtha which is situated about 10km out side of town they have not found any public transport options (usually a tuk tuk or songtaew) to take them into town. Scheduled arrival time is 08:30pm but i am aware that this bus is often late arrival and after 10pm can be common and maybe the tuk tuk drivers have…

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Direct Bus from Chiang Mai to Phuket

Direct Bus from Chiang Mai to Phuket

In the past, if you wanted to take a bus to southern Thailand then you would have to change buses in Bangkok. This usually meant taking a bus from Chiang Mai at the busy Mochit Northern Bus Terminal in Bangkok then taking a taxi across the city to the Southern Bus Station. Then you would have to get on another bus to Phuket or other destinations in the south of Thailand. Now there is a very comfortable direct bus option from Chiang Mai to Phuket! This new service is run by Green…

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New Laos transport packages added to the Chiang Mai website

New Laos transport packages added to the Chiang Mai website

4 new transport programmes added to the website for online booking. We now offer 6 transport packages to get you from Chiang Mai to Laos: Bus from Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang Bus from Chiang Mai to Vang Vieng Bus from Chiang Mai to Luang Namtha Bus from Chaing Mai to Vientianne And do not forget the long running boat programmes. If you are not in a hurry then these are very worthwhile and rewarding way to travel while seeing some of the stunning Laos scenery from a boat on the…

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6 ways to travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai

6 ways to travel from Bangkok to Chiang Mai

There are various travel options covering the route between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, You choice will be effected come down to budget and time constrains, but there are some nice ways to travel if you would like to see a bit more of what central Thailand has to offer 1. Fly There are 5 airlines covering the route between Bangkok and Chiang Mai each with multiple daily departures. Outside the peak holiday periods prices are very reasonable especially if you book ahead and search out the cheap fares with the low…

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