How to get there

Discover the convenient ways to reach Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai, nestled amidst the lush mountains of Northern Thailand. Whether you’re arriving by air or land, our resort is easily accessible. If you’re flying in, Chiang Mai International Airport is just a short distance away, and we offer airport transfer services for a seamless journey. For those traveling by road, our resort is conveniently located near major highways and offers ample parking facilities. Immerse yourself in the tranquility and natural beauty of our resort, surrounded by panoramic views of the mountains and lush greenery. Plan your visit to Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai today and experience a truly enchanting getaway.

By Air

(1 Hours)

Fly to Chiang Mai International Airport operates daily flights between Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) and Donmueng Airport. Then, you can take an airport taxi to the resort in Chiang Mai about 40 minutes. The flights take about 1 hour. Schedules are subject to change without prior notice.

By Car

(9 Hours)

The total distance from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is approximately 700 kilometers, and the journey usually takes around 9-10 hours depending on traffic conditions and your driving speed

By Bus

(9-10 Hours)

Start by going to the Northern Bus Terminal, also known as Mo Chit Bus Terminal, in Bangkok. You can reach there by taking a taxi or using public transportation.

The bus ride from Bangkok to Chiang Mai typically takes around 9-10 hours, depending on the traffic and any scheduled stops along the way.

By Train

(11-15 Hours)

Start by going to the Bangkok Railway Station, also known as Hua Lamphong Station. You can reach there by taking a taxi or using public transportation.

Board the train at the designated time. The train ride from Bangkok to Chiang Mai typically takes around 11-15 hours, depending on the type of train and the number of stops along the way.

For details, call the State Railway of Thailand,
Tel: 1690, 02-223-7010, 02-220-4444 (RSVN), 02-220-4334, 02-621-8701.

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