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Getting Around Chiangmai

For getting around Chiangmai there are many means of transportation. It all depends on what you are comfortable with, how much you want to pay and how quickly you want to get to where you want to go.

By Saam Lor (3-wheel)

For relatively short distances you can take a bicycle "Saam Lor" (three-wheel). Short rides within the city cost between 20 and 30 Baht. Longer rides may cost as much as 40-50 Baht. It's a nice leisurely way to look around

By Tuk Tuk

If you want a faster and some adventure services try Tuk Tuk. For a short ride, it costs about 20-30 baht per trip and 40-60 baht for a longer ride. Do negotiate the price for your destination. Remember sit back, relax, but hold tight!.

By Red Cab

The red taxi so-called "Se-Lor", a modified pick-up truck with a roof over the back, is the most common taxi for commuters in the urban area. Visitors just tell them the destination and negotiate the price before making a trip. They normally pick up and drop other passengers along the way until they reach a final destination.

It normally costs about 15 baht per person, however it may cost up to 20-30 baht, depending on either his or your destination as well. If you or your group are the only passengers,Let him name his price-and bargain until both you and the driver are satisfied.

By Chiang Mai Bus

Chiang Mai's on-again, off-again local bus service began operation again in November 2005. There are currently 5 routes and fares are a flat 15 baht. Route 4, connecting to the airport, is probably the most useful


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