|ITM is located in Chiang Mai, the beautiful city in the north of
Thailand. The city itself is famous for peacefulness, landscape,
and culture. ITM is in the northwest corner of the moat, only 15-minute
driving from Chiang Mai Airport, and 20-minute walking to the downtown.
There are 3 large rooms for classes, all clean and air-conditioned. Click here if you want to contact us.
|ITM International Training Massage School
59/9 Chang Puek Road Soi 4, T. Sri Phum, A. Muang,
Chiang Mai 50200
59/9 ถนนช้างเผือก ซอย 4 ฉ ตำบลศรีภูมิ อำเภอเมือง จังหวัดเชียงใหม่ 50200
|For Taxi: เลี้ยวขวาจากสี่แยกป่าช้าลื้อ ไปทางถนนโชตนา 300 เมตร
Tel. (66 53) 218 632
Fax (66 53) 224 197
Mobile: (66 83) 763 1002
Tel. (053) 218 632
Fax (053) 224 197
Mobile: (083) 763 1002
How to get to ITM
Visitors to Chiang Mai will generally arrive in Bangkok. Chiang Mai is north of Bangkok by 800 km/480 miles. You have several options for travel including plane, train, bus or car.
By plane: 1 hour from Bangkok to Chiang Mai Airport. The airfare is from 1,400 to 2,250 Baht. Then you can take a metered taxi or airport taxi. The trip to ITM costs about 100 Baht and will take around 15 minutes. Please see information on:
Thai Airways: http://www.thaiair.com/
Bangkok Airways: http://www.bangkokair.com/
Air Asia: http://www.airasia.com/site/th/th/home.jsp
By train: 10 hours, train fare is about 600 - 800 Baht. Taxi fare to ITM is around 50-100 Baht and take about 15-20 minutes depending on traffic. Trains are run by the State Railway of Thailand. Main Station phone numbers: (They usually speak English, but the phone lines are often busy)
Bangkok HuaLampong main Railways Station, TEL (02) 223-3762, 224-7788 or 225-0300, extension 5100-01
Chiangmai Railway Station, TEL (053) 245-363 / 4 or 247-462
By bus: 8 hours, fare is about 450 - 550 Baht. Then take a taxi (50-100 Baht) to ITM. Several ordinary and air-conditioned buses leave daily from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (also known as Mo Chit) on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road. Most air-con buses leave between 20.00 and 22.00 hours and it takes about 10-11 hours to reach Chiang Mai. There are also private buses which can be conveniently booked in other tourist-oriented places in Bangkok. But the public buses from the Northern Bus Terminal are generally more reliable.
For further details, call the Northern Bus Terminal, 0 2936 2852 to 66, 0 2936 3666