INSTANT 10% DISCOUNT?Click Here for PROMO CODE
In order to make it convenient for our guests, most of the promotions on our website allow you to book now and pay later at the hotel on arrival/departure
Chiang Mai is well-connected by bus, train, and air transportation services, around 700-kms drive distance from Bangkok. From Chiang Mai Chiang Mai International Airport ,Bus Station and Railway Station, it will take around 15-min dive to Parasol Inn Local public transportation is via tuk-tuk, songthaew, or rickshaws. Local songthaew fare is usually 20–50 baht per person for trips in and around the city. For groups, the fare per person is less. Tuk-tuk fare is usually at least 20 baht per trip (the vehicles are comfortable for two passengers, but some can squeeze in four passengers), fares increase with distance. In addition The locally preferred form of transport is personal motorbike and, increasingly, private car.
A number of bus stations link the city to Central and Northern Thailand. The Central Chang Pheuak terminal (north of Chiang Phwuak Gate) provides local services within Chiang Mai Province. As well there are more than 20 destinations providing services to Chiang Mai, such as Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin, and Phuket. Especially from Bangkok, very frequent departures (every 30 mins) from Mo Chit Bus Station are provided daily to Chiang Mail Arcade Bus Terminal, it will take 10-12 hours on the way.
Chiang Mai International Airport located less than 10 minutes by taxi from the city center, is a major gateway to the north of Thailand, and currently the fourth busiest airport in the country. It receives 130 flights a week from Bangkok as well as Singapore, China, Taiwan, Myanmar and Laos. The airport has a full range of facilities to offer to its visitors.
Chiang Mai is the Final Station on Thai Railways Northern Line, and the Central 'Hub' of Northern Thailand. Going to Chiang Mai By Thai Railways Various Rapid, Express, Special Express, Express Diesel, and Sleeper Services are available from Bangkok's Hualamphong Station to Chiang Mai Train Station. The trip takes from 11 to 14 hours depending on the Type of train Service (Local, Rapid, Express, or Special Express). The Daytime Trains have only Second and Third-Class (Fan only) seats, with no sleeping berths.The most popular Train Service to Chiang Mai is Second-Class Sleeper, and tickets are often 'sold-out'. Advance Booking is advisable, especially between November and March (High Season). Tickets can be purchased up to 60 days in advance.