Siam Rehab is located approximately 30 minutes from the Chiang Rai airport and 40 minutes from the city of Chiang Rai. Our location is rural and very peaceful and tranquil. It is a perfect setting for focusing on our addiction treatment program, while excursions in the area and fitness activities keep us connected with the surrounding community.
Chiang Rai is the perfect setting for addiction rehab, as it is not a heavily touristed place where drugs and alcohol are predominant, such as Bangkok, Phuket, Samui, and Pattaya. It is simply a different environment, and that is what is needed especially for those in early recovery. When Siam Rehab was located on the island of Samui, we found many of our clients struggled in being surrounded by such a party scene. We relocated to Chiang Rai for this very reason, as well as the ability to lower our fees due to lower costs in rural Chiang Rai.
Getting to Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai International Airport is an 80 minute flight from Bangkok (BKK) with dozens of flights to and from Bangkok every day. If desired, Siam Rehab can provide one of our support staff to meet clients at the Bangkok airport and guide them to the connecting flight, as well as taxi service to our rehab facility in Chiang Rai. Many people make their own flight plans through to Chiang Rai, however there are times when it is more convenient to use our trusted guides to make the connecting flight, and sets the mind at ease.
Mae Fah Luang - Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI)
Mae Fah Luang–Chiang Rai International Airport has flights from both Bangkok airports:
- Don Muang International Airport (DMK),
- Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK),
- Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX),
- Phuket International Airport (HKT), as well as
- Hat Yai, Thailand
- Hong Kong, and
- Kunming, China.
Airlines servicing Chiang Rai International Airport include:
- Bangkok Airways
- China Eastern Airlines
- HK Express, including direct flights to and from Hong Kong
- Nok Air has a partnership with Singapore airline Scoot, to provide ease of transit (check-through and passport service) from Singapore to Chiang Rai (via Bangkok)
- Thai Air Asia
- Thai Lion Air
- Thai Smile (Thai Airways)
- Thai Viet Jet serves the Chiang Rai to Phuket route, with three flights per week.
Air Asia, Lion Air, Thai Smile (a Thai Airways subsidiary), and Thai Viet Jet are all low cost carriers with many connecting flights throughout the region.
*Sometimes connecting through Bangkok may require a change of airports in Bangkok (Don Muang - DMK) to (Suvarnabhumi - BKK) or vice versa. We recommend booking through only one of the airports. However, when that is not possible, there is a free shuttle available between the airports.