Regularly scheduled flights arrive into and depart from Chiang Mai International Airport, which is 3km southwest of the old city.
For buses to Chiang Dao, Fang, Tha Ton and other destinations in Northern Chiang Mai Province, you can use the Chang Pheuak Bus Terminal, which is north of the old city. You should be able to get a sŏrng·tăa·ou here…
Flies to Bangkok (Don Muang Airport), Hat Yai, Phuket, Surat Thani, plus Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and cities across mainland China.
Flies daily to Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) and continues to Samui.
Flies to Luang Prabang six days a week.
Flies to Bangkok (Don Muang Airport), Mae Hong Son, Mae Sot and Udon Thani; note that Nok Air is a subsidiary of Thai Airways.
Flies to Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport).
Chiang Mai’s train station is about 2.5km east of the old city. The train station has an ATM, a left-luggage room (10B per piece) and an advance-booking counter at the regular ticket window (open 24 hours). For info…
SM Travel in the old city is a good place to book flights.
Flies to Mae Hong Son, Pai, Phitsanulok and Nan.