The orange search form allows extended search for your desired dates and time, vehicle type, currency and location criteria.
The address of the current location 'Chiang Mai - Airport': 201/2 Mahidol Rd, Haiya Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Selecting another rental location:
- enter 'Chiang Mai' into the left search form, and select from the appearing list of locations;
- use the interactive map below;
- use the links below.
Car and options choice. The search results indicate valid and final rental rates at the 'Chiang Mai - Airport' location. The rates are formed on the 'All included' principle. Presented prices do not include additional options, such as a GPS navigator, child seats, winter tires, etc. They can be added later on, during the last phase of the booking process.
Hiring conditions are different for each rental car in Thailand. Therefore, before making a reservation, make sure you haveve read the conditions. The reservation is performed in three quick steps: searching for a car by location and rental dates, selecting desired vehicle and filling in the booking form. Upon reservation approval, you will receive a rental voucher via email.
Car pick-up. Upon arrival to the location 'Chiang Mai - Airport', provide the required documents specified in your voucher to the rental officer. Directly in the office, inspect the rental invoice carefully – should match with your voucher. Besides this, do not forget examine the car exterior carefully – all defects discovered at the pick-up time should be included in your rental document.
Car return. Make sure to return the vehicle within the specified timeframe and to adhere to the fuel conditions (return full or return empty).
OrangeSmile.com wishes you a pleasant and trouble-free driving in Thailand!
This is one of the largest cities of Thailand, which continues growing actively. The city's name can be read differently, but when translated from Thai it means "new castle". This ancient cultural center was built in the end of the XIII century and founded by king Mengrai.
It is believed that Thailand attracts visitors primarily as a beach rest destination. However, this city is for those who like to keep their eyes and mind wide open. Here you will find as much as 300 vats (Buddhist temples), each of which deserves special attention and description. You can get acquainted with culture of this ancient nation by visiting culinary schools that teach attendants the secrets of most famous Thai dishes. However, traditional festivals that are frequently held in the city are the most interesting ones. These are the three-day long Flower Festival and Loi Krathong, as well as Songkran devoted to New Year (according to the local calendar). During the days of festivals thousand yearlong traditions of the finest folk flourish in all their glory.
Read further: Chiang Mai city guide
This article about Chiang Mai is written by the orangesmile.com editorial team and is protected by the copyright law. The article can only be re-used with a direct link to www.orangesmile.com