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Departure and collection points are usually located at the most important bus terminals in all of Thailand. The GreenBus runs through large parts of Thailand with trips to the northern, southern and northeastern parts and through the center of the state. Several of the most common tours are shown below.
Journey times between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai begin at THB200 and can go up to THB350 according to times of dail. Busses are available throughout the whole working days at 7.00, 7.45, 8.15, 8.30, 9.30, 10.15, 10.30, 11.30, 12.
The trip lasts about three and a half hours/30, 13.15, 14.15, 14.30, 14.45, 15, 17, 17.30, 18. In Bangkok - Chiang Mai is by far the most frequented bus line in the whole state and as such your ticket is quickly sold out regardless of the months of the year; and if you travel in the high seasons (between November and February), you should make your booking at least 3 nights in advanced.
The GreenBus ticket costs from THB500 and the busses depart Chiang Mai at 6.30pm every day at 7am. It will take between 11 and 12 hrs, according to the situation. THB300 and depart at 8 o'clock in the morning at 16.00 o'clock. It will take about 8hrs.
GreenBus operates busses that serve much of northern, southern, northeastern and mainland Thailand, which means there are a number of different bus and coach services to offer, some of which are less well-known bus and coach stations. The coaches are air-conditioned and roomy with plenty of leg room. They have a reimbursement Policy if you wish to withdraw or modify your ticket in accordance with the General Business Rules.
GreenBus bus passes are less expensive than other types of transport such as airfare. Meals, beverages, snacks as well as cool hand towels are provided in the busses. A number of busses are not fitted with restrooms, which can be a challenge on long trips. There are many busses that do not go directly from one end to the other, but have a number of bus stations that can extend the trip.
The busses differ in state and some are newer than others, according to the timetable. Coaches are not Wi-Fi or other forms of recreation, so you can take your own for long trips. Customers have said that in spite of the Wi-Fi shortage, there are no other ways to recharge a bus's notebook or telephone.