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About Hotels in Chiang Mai
- Encompassed by a ring of mountains, the beautiful city of Chiang Mai is the largest in Northern Thailand. It boasts of a plethora of lush green rainforests speckled with pretty waterfalls and serene country villages.
- It showcases a potent mix of tradition and modernity. Despite a rambling modern city growing around Chiang Mai with a tangle of superhighways, Chiang Mai has more temples than any other city in Thailand. MakeMyTrip offers great discounts while booking the best Chiang Mai Hotels.
Best localities in Chiang Mai
- Old City – It is the most popular area with many beautiful temples, coffee shops, bookshops and more. MakeMyTrip offers superior deals while booking the best hotels in Chiang Mai Old City.
- Night Bazaar Place – It is located on the eastern side of the old city and is the main nighttime attraction of the city. Filled with antique and handicraft stores, it is a shopper’s paradise. You can opt for cheap budget hotels such as Soft Dormtel or luxury ones such as DusitD2.
Things to do
The colourful city of Chiang Mai has a lot to offer. Some of the major attractions you can see and the things you can do in Chiang Mai are listed below:
- Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is one of northern Thailand's most revered sanctuaries. The legend of its establishment is taught to every student in Chiang Mai. Devotees reach this temple by ascending 306 steps, intended to enable them to gather Buddhist legitimacy.
- Talat Warorot is the most-seasoned public market in Chiang Mai. With numerous souvenir vendors and stalls selling ordinary household items, it is an incredible place to come face to face with the city's soul.
- Wat Phan Tao temple set in a compound full of fluttering orange flags, in the shadow of the Wat Chedi Luang temple, pays homage to teak trade. It is a focal point for festivities amid the Visakha Bucha celebration when monks light several margarine lights in the grounds around the lake.
How to reach/Transportation hubs
- By Air – The Chiang Mai International Airport is the primary airport. It is connected to all major cities of the world via Bangkok and has more than 25 flights operating on a daily basis.
- By Bus – Chiang Mai is connected to all major cities in Northern, Central and Southeast Thailand and most buses arrive at the Arcade Bus Station. It takes nine to 12 hours to reach Chiang Mai from Bangkok.
- By Train – Many trains run daily from Hualamphong Station in Bangkok to the Chiang Mai Train Station. The journey takes 12 to 15 hours.
- By Car – A convenient option to reach Chiang Mai is by renting a car. It provides an opportunity to explore other nearby places en route, albeit you are willing to brave some notorious traffic.
- Songthaew – These modified pick-up trucks are one of the most convenient and cheapest options to get around the city. They are available in various colours, depending on the routes they operate on.
- Motorbike – Renting a motorbike is another quick and convenient way of getting around Chiang Mai. Depending upon the preference of the traveller, they are available in different variants.
- Tuk-Tuk– Tuk-Tuks are a great and inexpensive way for travelling short distances. They are easily available near all tourist attractions as well as the bus and train stations.
- A 30-day visa is issued upon arrival at Thailand.
- The traveller must possess a passport with a validity of at least six months.
- A confirmed return ticket within 15 to 30 days of entry needs to be shown.
- The travellers should have proof of possessing a minimum of 20,000 Baht per person.
Best time to visit
The perfect time to visit Chiang Mai is between October and April. The climate is mostly cool, with a light breeze. Check out the local calendar for the festivals - lively and colourful; they make for a memorable stay.
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