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Here are direction how to get to SherVa 101 whether you are coming from Chiangmai International airport or Train Station or Bus Station. 

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Chiangmai International Airport

SherVa101 is located in the southern part of Chiang Mai's Old City, about 2.5 kilometers from Chiang Mai International Airport. Here are a few options for getting to the market from the airport:

  1. Taxi: Taxis are readily available at the airport and are the most convenient way to get to the market. Simply head to the taxi stand outside the airport terminal and tell the driver you want to go to the Wualai Walking Street Market. The ride should take around 15 minutes and cost approximately 100-150 baht, depending on traffic and the time of day.

  2. Grab: Grab is a popular ride-hailing service in Chiang Mai, and you can use the Grab app to book a ride from the airport to the Wualai Walking Street Market. The ride should take around 15 minutes and cost approximately 100-150 baht, depending on traffic and the time of day.

  3. Songthaew: Songthaews are shared red trucks that operate as a kind of local public transportation in Chiang Mai. You can take a songthaew from the airport to the market by first taking a songthaew to the Old City (usually costing around 20-30 baht) and then transferring to another songthaew heading to the Wualai Walking Street Market. This option is more budget-friendly but can be less convenient if you have luggage or are not familiar with the local transportation system.

 

Train and Bus Station

SherVa101 is located in the southern part of Chiang Mai's Old City, about 4.5 kilometers from Chiang Mai Train Station and Arcade Bus Station. Here are a few options for getting to the hotel:

  1. Tuk-tuk: Tuk-tuks are three-wheeled motorized vehicles that are a popular mode of transportation in Chiang Mai. You can take a tuk-tuk from the train station to the SherVa. Negotiate the fare with the driver before starting the ride, and expect to pay around 80-100 baht for the trip.

  2. Songthaew: Songthaews are shared red trucks that operate as a kind of local public transportation in Chiang Mai. You can take a songthaew from the train station to the market by first taking a songthaew to the Old City (usually costing around 20-30 baht) and then transferring to another songthaew heading to the Wualai Street. This option is more budget-friendly but can be less convenient if you have luggage or are not familiar with the local transportation system.

  3. Grab: Grab is a popular ride-hailing service in Chiang Mai, and you can use the Grab app to book a ride from the train station to the hotel. The ride should take around 10-15 minutes and cost approximately 50-100 baht, depending on traffic and the time of day.

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