Travel from Lom Sak to Chiang Mai

The only way to travel direct by public transport from Lom Sak to Chiang Mai is to travel by bus. The journey is scheduled to take just over 7 hours.

Bus Times from Lom Sak to Chiang Mai


There are currently 4 direct bus services a day from Lom Sak to Chiang Mai available to book online.

Lom SakChiang MaiTicketCompany
01:5509:20551 THBPhet Prasert
19:1003:00551 THBPhet Prasert
21:4005:00551 THBPhet Prasert
23:5507:20551 THBPhet Prasert
  • Phet Prasert passengers on the Lom Sak to Chiang Mai route travel in a two deck air-conditioned bus with onboard toilet.

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Lom Sak Bus Station


Phet Prasert bus services from Lom Sak to Chiang Mai depart from the Phet Tour Lom Sak on the Wajee 14 Alley in Lom Sak.

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Chiang Mai Bus Station


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About Travel to Chiang Mai


Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand and the most popular destination for visitors to the Northern Region of Thailand.

Tourism in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is unique in being Thailand’s only very popular tourist destination which is a long way from a beach. What attracts tourists is the city’s excellent range of hotels, restaurants and bars, its many beautiful temples, and the local hills and forests. Chiang Mai also has its own culture and cuisine which is distinct from that of Central and Southern Thailand where the country’s beach resorts are located.

Chedi at Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai
Chedi at Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Old Town

The main tourist attraction in Chiang Mai is the city’s Old Town area, which measures approximately 2.5 square kilometres, and contains lots of old and interesting temples, most notable of which are Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang. This part of the city is surrounded by a moat and the remants of an ancient city wall.

Where to Stay in Chiang Mai

Some visitors to Chiang Mai prefer to stay in hotel in the Old Town. This part of town has a bohemian feel to it with lots of smaller cheaper guesthouses, and inexpensive restaurants, as well as a number of bars and nigthclubs which are popular with younger travellers and locals. Other travellers, however, may prefer to stay in Chiang Mai’s riverside area near the Changklan Road. This part of the city has large and very good value for money three to four hotels, lots of restaurants and bars, and several night markets. Night markets. such the Anusarn Market on the Changklan Road, are very popular with families and older visitors because of the market stall style foodcourts, bars and frequent live entertainment.

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