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Traveling from Chiang Mai to San Francisco

Chiang Mai International Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport is the gateway to Northern Thailand and is the fastest way to Bangkok, with approximately one hour and 10 minutes of flight time. Booking cheap flights from Chiang Mai to other parts of Thailand and Southeast Asia is simple with Orbitz.com. The airport is located just 3 km from downtown and currently offers flights from more than 15 domestic and international airlines, including Bangkok Airways, Air Asia, SGA, Thai Airways International, Korean Air and China Airlines.

Parking at the Airport

The airport is rarely crowded, so parking space is not a problem. Parking fees are calculated by the hour or by the day, and parking facilities for the disabled are available.

Transportation to the Airport

The easiest and fastest way to get to the airport is via taxi or car rental. It takes only 10 to 15 minutes to get to the airport from the city center. You can also check your hotel shuttle service to see if it offers a free transfer to and from the airport. Tuk-tuks and songtaew also pass through the airport's front gate.

Restaurants at Chiang Mai International Airport

You don't need to worry about breakfast even if your flight is scheduled at six in the morning. There are several restaurants and snack bars in the domestic terminal, including Pizza Company and Black Canyon. Fill up with a heavy meal in one of the dining restaurants on the mezzanine level or grab a quick bite at one of the snack bars located near the departure area. It's easy to find bargain air tickets and book cheap flights from Chiang Mai to your selected destination on Orbitz.com.

San Francisco International Airport

The San Francisco International Airport is located on South Spruce Avenue, approximately 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco. Because the airport is one of the world's busiest airports, it houses numerous airline hubs. Air Berlin, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, US Airways, Asiana Airways and numerous other airlines offer flights to San Francisco. If you're traveling on a strict budget, you can find bargain prices on tickets by booking your flight through Orbitz.com.

Transportation From the Airport

The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system runs from the San Francisco International Airport to downtown San Francisco, and tickets cost approximately $7. SamTrans Public Bus Services also runs between the airport and downtown. Bus stops are located at the baggage claim in Terminals 2 and 3, and at Courtyard A in the International Terminal. You can also use Orbitz.com to rent a car for the duration of your trip. The airport offers a free shuttle service to take passengers from the airport terminal to the rental car center.

Weather in San Francisco

San Francisco has temperatures that range from 46 to 69 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. The off-peak travel season runs from the beginning of December to the end of February. It rains more frequently during this time, but the temperature is still warm enough to tolerate the rain. If you book your trip through Orbitz.com during the off-peak travel season, you'll save money on your airline tickets.

Highlights and Attractions

Golden Gate Park, Coit Tower and Alcatraz are some major attractions in the San Francisco area. Orbitz.com does more than find you flights to San Francisco. The website has the information you need to plan your entire itinerary. You can purchase tickets to major attractions or make reservations to take a guided city tour.

San Francisco When to Go

San Francisco’s climate is mild year-round, so you can forget about packing wool underwear and parkas—or shorts and tank tops, for that matter. Though daytime temperatures rarely rise above 75 or drop below 55, there are still definite seasons.

The months of May, September, and October have less fog and, locals contend, the best weather. You may want to time your trip to coincide with one of San Francisco’s popular annual events, like the wacky Bay to Breakers seven-mile cross-town run/walk each May. The Mission District holds Carnaval in late May as well. 

Summer is notoriously cool, with fog and chilly breezes sweeping across the city from the Pacific Ocean, although parts of San Francisco known as “the sunbelt”—the Mission District, for one—often remain balmy. Summer is also peak tourist season, when getting a seat on a cable car without an hours-long wait or nabbing a ticket for an Alcatraz tour can be near impossible. Late June’s LGBT Pride Celebration and Parade is one of the biggest in the country.

December, January, and February are the coldest and wettest months, though February does bring the colorful Chinese New Year’s Parade.

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