Vanilla Residence Chiang Mai is located right in the heart of the city, in a new five-story and 50 rooms modern building. Here you’ll just be a short walk away from coffee shops along MAYA Lifestyle Shopping center where you’ll find CAMP MAYA, the popular 24-7 co-working space among digital nomads, travel bloggers and expats alike, with countless public areas and working places to get some work done.
Each modern apartment at the Vanilla Residence Chiang Mai is tastefully decorated in high-quality furniture with all the amenities you might need from kitchenette, a spacious living, and working area fully air-conditioned to a modern bathroom making this an excellent choice for anyone looking for a short or long-term stay in the northern city of Chiang Mai.
Your first couple of days at Vanilla Residence
Day 1: Once you arrive at Chiang Mai international airport getting to Vanilla Residence Chiangmai will be first on your mind, but don’t worry, there’s a plentiful of options, either by Taxi, expect to pay around 300 baht to get to Vanilla Residence or head out of the airport and grab a Songthaew (Red Bus) for about 40 to 60 baht per person, the trip should take approximately 30-40 minutes depending on traffic and once you arrive you’ll be greeted by the friendly customer serivce at Vanilla Residence.
Getting your first Thai Baht can be done at the airport as well, either by ATM Machines, they usually charge a flat fee of 180 to 250 baht or Currency exchanges, however, be prepared to get quoted a higher exchange rate than what you’ll find in the City or local banks such as Bangkok Bank or SCB.
Once you arrive at this place head into the reception and show them your booking confirmation, we have sent you before your arrival or tell them your name and booking reference, and they’ll help you get settled into your room.
Day 2: While it might be tempting to head out and explore all the famous and popular tourist hotspots Chiang Mai has to offer, we’ll recommend exploring the area around Vanilla Residence chiang Mai by foot on your first day and get to know the area.
500m walk: Thanon Santitham Streetfood, shops and small restaurants, you’ll also find a little Teso Lotus selling international products.
1.3km: Thanin Market Traditional market among the locals, here you’ll find fresh fruits, vegetables, large food courts, ready cooked meals for taking away along countless boutique shops selling everything from electronics, clothing to beautify products.
1.4km: Sukontha Buffet All you can eat Thai buffet might very well be the largest in Chiang Mai with more options to choose from than you can count and live music to indulge and feast. Expect to pay around 350 baht to 500 baht if you decide to go for the premium seafood option.
Work at 113 co-working spaces and cafes, like C.A.M.P.. After work, you'll find Yoga Mind Yoga Body and 5 other locations for your workout. Eat out at Bonsai Kitchen, สบายใจไก่ย่าง, and หนูยิ้ม จิ้มจุ่ม along with 208 other restaurants.
Buy your groceries at 3 supermarkets including Rimping Supermarket. And you'll find convience stores like 7-Eleven along with 36 others. Withdraw pocket change from Kasikorn Bank with 12 other ATM's.
Also you'll find banks nearby like Bank of Ayudhya. The airport is 9 km away.