Banking and Currency Exchange
ATMs and currency exchange offices can be found throughout the terminals of the airport.
Information offices are located in each terminal in the public area.
A room for Buddhist monks is located on the first floor where the Arrivals and Departures terminals connect. There is also a separate prayer room for Muslims, located near to the one for Buddhists.
WiFi is available throughout the terminal buildings. The first 120 minutes is free.
There are around 10 units which offer shopping opportunities, within the public and Airside areas of the terminals. The units sell jewellery and fashion accessories, as well as woodcarvings, silk clothing, and the Bo Sang fans, toys and dolls that Chiang mai is renowned for. A couple of additional outlets sell local delicacies in sealed packages, allowing visitors to take them home with them. Examples include keb moo crispy pork, Doi Mae Salong tea, dried and preserved mangoes and locally grown Arabica coffee beans.
There is a range of eating facilities, including a Noodle House, Burger King, McDonald’s and Subway Sandwiches.
Spa and Massage
Massage and other wellness treatments for passengers are available at three locations. There is one each in the Departure areas and another in international Arrivals.
Bangkok Airways Blue Ribbon Lounge: Open 4.30am to 10pm and available to Bangkok Airways passengers with a priority pass. Located in the Domestic Terminal, Airside, 2nd Floor. Facilities include free drinks (including alcoholic), flight monitors, WiFi, free snacks, TV, newspapers and magazines.
Coral Executive Lounge: Open 6am to 12am. Located in the International Terminal, Airside, 2nd Floor. Facilities include free drinks (including alcoholic), flight monitors, WiFi, free snacks, TV, newspapers and magazines, air con, showers (for a fee) and telephones (fees apply).