Air Asia launched flights between two of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations, Chiang Mai and Hua Hin to stimulate domestic tourism in Thailand. The new flight between Chiang Mai and Hua Hin is conveniently timed with Friday and Sunday flights to maximize relaxation and sightseeing between both destinations giving weekends away to explore the norths old city’s famous walking streets and Lanna temples or the souths beachfront destination of choice for Thai royalty and aristocrats for nearly a century.
Hua Hin is a seaside town that offers incomparable relaxation. Peaceful and serene, the destination is also home to various activities and is a perfect fit for friends, couples and families with its coffee shops, fresh seafood and sites such as Mrigadayavan Palace, Hua Hin Train Station and night market. Chiang Mai, in the north, is one of Thailand’s most famous travel destinations with attractions for every lifestyle, from natural beauty to chic cafes. Udon Thani meanwhile, apart from the famed Red Lotus Sea, is brimming with natural splendor and is often visited by faithful seeking to pay tribute to its holy sites, which includes Wat Pa Phu Kon or Kamchanod.
Air Asia ’s new flight times between Hua Hin and Chiang Mai are as follows:
FD3900: Chiang Mai – Hua Hin every Friday & Sunday / 09:40 – 11:00
FD3901: Hua Hin – Chiang Mai every Friday & Sunday / 15:10 – 16:30
Chief Executive Officer of AirAsia Thailand, Santisuk Klongchaiya, said that “AirAsia is always seeking new opportunities to stimulate domestic tourism as well as offer convenient connections between the nation’s regions, noting Hua Hin is a high potential destination that has long been demanded.”
“We believe this is the year of domestic tourism both for Thai travelers and business operators, which is why we have connected Hua Hin to the northern city of Chiang Mai and to the northeast via Udon Thani, flying twice a week on Fridays and Sundays to allow travelers to spend their weekends in the resort town with ease, expediency coupled with great savings” Santisuk said.