Chiang Mai Railway Station

Chiang Mai Railway Station

Chiang Mai Railway Station (SRT Code : CGM) (Thai: สถานีรถไฟเชียงใหม่ (ชม.)) is the 1st class station and the main railway station in Chiang Mai Province. This station located in east bank of Ping River in the city of Chiang Mai. There are 14 daily trains, including 2 E&O trains servicing this station. There are also 4 to 6 special trains in New Year, Songkran and other special festivals. In the 2004 census, Chiang Mai Station served nearly 800,000 passengers.

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