When travelling from the big city of Bangkok to Chiang Rai, consider booking a bus. Buses depart once a day from Khao San road. The journey is quite long, but no worries as the cabin is well air-conditioned. There's a bathroom on board, and beyond this factor the driver makes stops on the way to Chiang Rai.
There are 6 operators that run from Bangkok to Chiang Rai, with 14 departures per day. If you decide to take a Flight, you can take the Economy option.
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Bookaway's customers prefer VIP 24 Seats Bus by Bangkok Buslines
Economy Flight by Nok Airwhich usually takes 1h
681 Km (Air)
Economy Flight by Thai Vietjet starting at US$22
Approximately, there are 21 departures each day.