Where to break the journey between Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand; Mark; Kathmandu And Beyond


Thailand – Historic City of Ayutthaya

Five great places in Central and Northern Thailand that are ideal stopovers for independent travellers to make between Bangkok and Chiang Mai.

Travelling directly between the capital and Thailand’s fourth-largest city is easy. Buses depart throughout the day and night from Bangkok’s Mo Chit bus station (also known as the Northern & Northeastern bus terminal) as well as from the traveller’s epicentre of Khao San Road (*). The journey takes between 9 and 12 hours.

(*) Generally speaking, although it is tempting to hop on a bus departing directly from the Khao San Road area if you are staying near there, it is much better, safer and often cheaper to head to Mo Chit and take a bus from there.

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