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Voos baratos de Bangkok para Chiang Mai

Informações sobre voos de Bangkok para Chiang Mai

Baixa temporada para viagens

Dezembro
R$ 177

Alta temporada para viagens

Maio
R$ 118

Menor preço da passagem de ida e volta

R$ 653
Bangcoc(DMK) ⇒ Chiang Mai(CNX)

Menor preço de voo direto

R$ 314
Bangcoc(DMK) ⇒ Chiang Mai(CNX)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Quando as passagens aéreas de Bangcoc (BKK) a Chiang Mai (CNX) são mais baratas?

    As companhias aéreas ajustam os preços dos voos de Bangcoc a Chiang Mai com base na data e hora de sua reserva. Através da análise dos dados de todas as companhias aéreas, os menores preços de voo podem ser reservados no Trip.com às terças, quartas e sábados.
  • Quanto custam os voos de Bangcoc (BKK) a Chiang Mai (CNX)?

    De acordo com os dados do Trip.com, o menor preço está em torno de R$ 691.
  • Quanto tempo dura o voo de Bangcoc (BKK) a Chiang Mai (CNX)?

    Leva cerca de 1 hora 16 minutos para voar de Bangcoc (BKK) a Chiang Mai (CNX).
  • A que horas sai o primeiro voo de Bangcoc a Chiang Mai?

    O primeiro voo parte de Bangcoc (DMK) à(s) 05:40 e chega em Chiang Mai (CNX) à(s) 06:55.
  • A que horas sai o último voo de Bangcoc a Chiang Mai?

    O último voo sai de Bangcoc (BKK) à(s) 21:50 e chega em Chiang Mai (CNX) à(s) 23:10.
  • Quais são as recomendações de viagem para Chiang Mai durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Restrições de entrada e alterações e cancelamentos de horários de voos são freqüentemente atualizados e sujeitos a alterações. Se você planeja viajar para Chiang Mai, obtenha as informações mais atualizadas da companhia aérea com a qual você planeja fazer a reserva. Você também pode consultar COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions para mais informações.
  • Quais companhias aéreas oferecem alterações de datas, sem custo, para voos para esta cidade durante a pandemia da COVID19?

    Não há companhias aéreas com voos para esta cidade que forneçam este serviço. Utilize estas informações apenas como referência e confirme com a companhia aérea antes de fazer a reserva.

Programação de voo de Bangkok para Chiang Mai

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05:10

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06:25

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06:10

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07:55

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06:45

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08:05

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06:50

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08:00

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07:00

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08:15

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07:55

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09:15

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08:00

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09:20

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08:20

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09:35

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08:40

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09:55

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08:45

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09:40

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11:00

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09:50

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11:10

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11:15

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Nokair

11:10

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12:20

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11:30

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12:45

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11:35

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12:55

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13:25

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12:20

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13:40

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12:40

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13:50

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12:50

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14:05

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13:40

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14:55

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15:40

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15:50

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Flight from Bangkok (BKK) to Chiang Mai (CNX)

Brief Intro about Chiang Mai:

Located in the mountains of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a city not to be missed when visiting Thailand. Chiang Mai’s stunning scenery and unique charm separate it from the busy streets of Bangkok and scenic beaches of Phuket, but it’s undeniable that the city’s temples, cuisine, and culture are all authentically Thai. The capital of Chiang Mai province, the Chiang Mai metropolitan area has a population just under one million.

Airport & Terminal Information

The province is served by Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX), one of the busiest airports in Thailand. With over 25 flights each day, the route from Bangkok to Chiang Mai is one of the most traveled flight routes in the world. If you’re looking to book tickets for this route, there are dozens of options to choose from.

Flights depart from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport and Don Mueang International Airport for Chiang Mai International Airport nearly every hour.

At the time of writing, the earliest flight departs from Don Mueang International Airport at 5:20 and arrives in Chiang Mai at 6:55, while the latest flight departs from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and arrives at 23:10.

The route between Bangkok and Chiang Mai is served by many different airlines, including Thai Airways, Thai AirAsia, Nok Air, Bangkok Airways, Thai Vietjet, and Thai Lion Air. Tickets for this route tend to be quite affordable, with prices averaging out at around US$50.

It’s important to note that most airlines operating this route are budget airlines, so ticket prices don’t generally include checked baggage. If you’re traveling with bags, be sure to purchase checked baggage allowance separately or consider buying a ticket that includes baggage allowance, such as Thai Airways.

Getting to Downtown from the Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport is located just over 3 miles from the walled city center. Regardless of where you’re headed from the airport, there are several ways to get there.

By Taxi

Taxis can be found on level 1 of the domestic terminal. It costs around THB150 to get from the airport to the city. The journey is about 15 minutes in total. Unlike other methods of transportation from the airport, taxis can take you directly your hotel – if you take the bus or songthaew, you’ll probably have to do some walking and navigation on your own.

By Airport Bus

Perhaps the most economical option, the airport bus is available for THB20. There are several routes in operation, each denoted by a different color. Bus R3 Red stops at Nimman Road and then goes through the Old City before returning to the airport. Bus R3 Yellow makes similar stops along the same route but only in a different order–heading first through the Old City before passing by Nimman Road and then going back to the airport. Buses can be paid for using cash or rechargeable public transportation cards. Buses depart every 20–30 minutes.

Please check the official website for the most updated ticket and timetable information.

By Songthaew or Tuk

For the price of THB40, you can get to the city from the airport in a songthaew, a roofed, shared bus/pickup truck. The price of taking a songthaew is dependent on the total amount of passengers—it’s important to note that you might be charged a bit more than this price if you’re one of the only people on board. Tuk tuks are another method of transportation seen throughout Thailand. If you’d like to go from the airport to the downtown area by tuk, it’ll cost around THB50 per person.

Car Rental

Renting a car at Chiang Mai Airport is a great option for travelers who want to explore the surrounding areas freely. Many car rental companies operate directly from the airport.

Private Car

If you’d like to be picked up directly from the airport without having to navigate bus lines or find the queue for taxis, consider booking airport pick-up on Trip.com. For no-fuss pick-up, select a car which includes meet & greet service. Your driver will be waiting for you in a designated area holding a sign with your name on it. Plus, payment can be made in advance so there won’t be any need for last minute digging through your bag or wallet.

Best Time to Travel to Chiang Mai

Weather

The weather in northern Thailand is split into three seasons: hot, cool, and rainy. Hot season lasts from March through June and is characterized by highs in the mid-90s each day. Cool season lasts from November through February and is regarded as the best season to visit Chiang Mai. During this season, humidity levels are low and temperatures are usually in the mid to high 70s, making it perfect for going from attraction to attraction. Rainy season spans from July through October. Even though it’s called rainy season, it doesn’t actually rain all day, in fact, rain often falls in short, heavy spurts, making it still possible to travel during these months.

Burning Season

Slash-and-burn cultivation is used in Chiang Mai. This means that every year throughout from around February through April, trees and plants in the farming areas are cut down and burned. During this time, a large amount of smoke is released into the atmosphere which can lead to air pollution. While the pollution levels in Chiang Mai aren’t usually high enough to warrant changing your travel schedule, it’s definitely something to prepare for in advance. On the few days that pollution is particularly heavy, consider a wearing mask to prevent any contaminants from entering your lungs.

Recommended Attractions

Chiang Mai Old Town

Surrounded by walls and other fortifications built hundreds of years ago, the Chiang Mai Old Town is undoubtedly on the list of every tourist visiting the city. While countless accommodations, attractions, and restaurants are located within the lengths of the city walls, the wall itself is an attraction which has four gates, each leading to a different part of the city.

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

A visit to Chiang Mai wouldn’t be complete without making a stop at this revered Buddhist temple. This temple is located around 20 minutes outside of the city, so you might want to consider taking a taxi or renting a motorbike to get there. Once you arrive, you’ll have to climb the 309 stairs to the temple on foot. The hard work of climbing, however, won’t be without reward. At an elevation of around 3520 feet, the area around the temple is an excellent place to catch a few glimpses of the Chiang Mai cityscape.

When visiting temples in Thailand, you’ll be required to remove your shoes and cover your shoulders and legs. Light clothes are recommended so you’ll be able to follow the dress code while also staying cool.

Nimman Street

Often referred to as the liveliest street in Chiang Mai, Nimman Street is lined with boutiques, bars, and restaurants. This mile long street is a great place to spend an afternoon. Pop into a gallery or enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the many cafes. At night, haggle at a vendor’s stall or hit the dance floors of a night club. The Nimman Street area is popular with both locals and international visitors alike and also home to many hotels.

About Your Visit

The time zone in Chiang Mai follows the rest of Thailand: GMT+7 (ICT).

Language

In the urban areas of Chiang Mai, most locals are able to speak English due to the number of international visitors the city receives. If you’d like to try speaking with locals in Thai, can greet them by saying “Sawasdee” with your palms together in front of your chest and a smile. If someone asks you “Sabaidee Mai,” that means “how are you?” and you can respond with “Sabaidee” which means “I’m fine.” To say “thank you,” you can say “Khob Khun.” When browsing at markets, you can simply ask “Thao Rai,” which means “how much?” Men add "Krab" as a suffix at the end of their sentences, and women add "Ka" as a suffix. When leaving, a simple “bye” can be understood.

Safety

Chiang Mai is a safe place to travel to, but be sure to keep your belongings close when in areas with lots of tourists because pickpocketing can occur. If you rent a car or bike, be sure to wear a seatbelt and or helmet, this is because driving conditions in Thailand are a bit different than those in western countries. Driving late at night is not recommended.

In addition, be cautious when speaking about the Thai monarchy as criticizing the monarchy might lead to serious repercussions and even imprisonment.

Drinking Water

According to Thailand’s official tourism site, tap water is safe to drink. Despite this, however, it’s still recommended to drink bottled water which is affordable and available at every corner.

Tipping

Although tipping is not encouraged or expected in Chiang Mai or the rest of Thailand, it’s usually appreciated when you leave change for a larger bill.

Disclaimer: Please note that the information above is for reference only and may be subject to change. We advise all visitors check the latest entry requirements and visa information from the destination country’s official website. Please also refer to official websites for airport and transportation information.