Chiang Mai is the most important city in northern Thailand, with an international airport and a major transportation hub.
The direct flights to Chiang Mai allow you to plan a large amount of travel without having to go through the chaos and confusion of Bangkok. Although there are some interesting things.
What do they take advantage of?
You can fly from Europe and transit at Doha and then direct to Chiang Mai, for example. It make easier travel from Europe. You’ll save time and travel expenses on target that your preferred.
Because Thailand highlights is food and culture that is easy to find and cheap in the north. There are many marine attractions in the south on both coasts.
What do they plan?
The European series will include a 7–10 days trip to the north, which will primarily include Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son, as well as a variety of activities. Chiang Rai is also available as an add-on.
And then fly direct from Chiang Mai to Phuket and relax on the beach in Khao Lak, Phang-nga, for another 7–10 days before choosing to travel back to Europe via Kuala Lumpur or Singapore.
If they need to get away from the tourists, some groups choose Koh Lipe or Koh Mook. Koh Kradan, a 20-minute boat ride from Koh Mook, is one of the islands where tourists are few and the atmosphere is peaceful.
Asians, on the other hand, prefer to travel in comfort in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai, focusing on delectable cuisine. Mae Hong Son is also becoming more popular.
Here is a list of airlines that fly directly to Chiang Mai from China, Hong Kong, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Taiwan, and Vietnam, especially from Doha. Prior to 2020, these were the primary airlines that served Chiang Mai.
- Qatar Airways (Doha – Chiang Mai)
- Air China (Beijing-Chiang Mai)
- Spring Airlines (Shanghai-Chiang Mai, Guangzhou-Chiang Mai)
- Lion Air (Guangzhou-Chiang Mai)
- China Airlines (Taipei-Chiang Mai)
- Bangkok Airways (Yangon-Chiang Mai, Mandalay-Chiang Mai)
- Our journey with SilkAir continues on Singapore Airlines. As this website has been integrated with the Singapore Airlines website, all SilkAir bookings and online check-ins will be seamlessly managed on singaporeair.com.
- Singapore Air also has an article on Chiang Mai as a travel guide.
- Scoot Airline
- Air Asia
- Hong Kong-Chiang Mai
- Macau-Chiang Mai
- Da Nang-Chiang Mai
- Kuala Lumpur-Chiang Mai
I’ll keep you posted when they’re ready to take off and hopefully return. And I hope that we will be able to meet soon to request that all airlines resume service on the same route. We will return to our old lives, not a new normal.