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There are several restaurant options at Chiang Mai Airport serving snacks, drinksand fast food, most of them located at the arrivals area on the first floor. Dairy Queen and 94 Coffee are the only two places open all day and night.
There’s a bus connecting the airport to several stops in the city centre, departing every 20 minutes. The bus departs from outside the arrivals area and a one-way ticket costs ฿20 (about C$ 0.84), regardless of your final destination. Stops on this route include the Night Bazar, Nimman Road and Chang Phuak Gate.
There are not tuk-tuks outside the airport terminal, however you can hail one on the main street. If you're not travelling with a lot of luggage or don’t want to wait for the bus, a tuk-tuk can be a cheap option to get to the city centre. You’ll need to bargain the fare but typically a ride shouldn’t cost more than ฿120 (approximately C$ 5).
There are a few shops in the arrivals area selling mostly souvenirs and handicrafts. If you need more shopping options, the Central Plaza Chiang Mair Airport shopping mall is a short 7-minute drive away.
All car rental offices are located in the arrivals area, just outside the domestic arrivals lounge to the left of the terminal. You’ll find international car rental companies such as Avis, Hertz, Budget, Sixt and Europcar, as well as some local companies like Thai Rent a Car, Bizcar Rental and Chic Car Rent.
Some hotels near Chiang Mai Airport offer shuttle service. These include Noble Place (8 minutes away), Parc Borough City Resort (9 minutes away), The Airport Greenery Hotel (10 minutes away), and We Terminal Hotel (8 minutes away).
The city centre of Chiang Mai is 3 km from Chiang Mai.
When flying to Chiang Mai, you'll arrive at Chiang Mai (CNX). The airport is also known as Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai Airport, or Chiang Mai Intl.
The cheapest month for flights to Chiang Mai is April. On the other hand, the most expensive months are July and August.
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