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chiang mai to udon thani by bus

This one-page March, 2009, thread in the Thai Visa Forum may be instructive, if not entirely helpful: Chiang Mai To Udon Thani Bus. More recently, the thread Vip Bus Chiang Mai to Udon Thani was begun June 9, 2010, with a final entry (as of the date of the writing of my post) on January 8, 2011.

TripAdvisor’s travel forum has an entry posted just this past July 24 (2011) — so recently, in fact, that I suspect it is still awaiting full response: Chiang Mai – Laos (up to date Info), for there has only been one reply. Possibly there will be at least one more by the time you are reading this.

Retire-Asian.com offered this, along with Visa information for anyone thinking of crossing over into Laos:

Buses run between Chiangmai and Udonthani. Road distance is 850 km (520 miles) via Pitsanulok. Daytime and overnight VIP buses (aircon, toilet) run from the Chiangmai Arcade Bus Station, (about 600 baht or $18) to Udon Thani main bus station; continue to Nongkhai and the Mekong bridge by regular bus or minibus.

One must hope that the above information is the most recent available, and that the site is updated. Therefore, go to that page yourself if you are reading this too very long after I have made this post — what I have copied may become obsolete by the time you are seeing it here, and you will find any updated details at the source.

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About Garnet Barcelo

I am a Canadian retiree, married to an Isaan (Thailand) lady whom I met in Udon Thani City in January 2003. We married in late May 2005. And she has been with me here in Canada since May 2006. Her two sons joined us in September 2008. Ever since that first visit to Thailand in 2003, my dream has been to somehow spend most of my retired life over there with her, but the financial reality of my retired life is not making that possible. It will take a miracle to get this dream to come true.


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