Teleworking in Chiang Mai

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Teleworking in Chiang Mai

1059€ per person

Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai, Thailand is ideal for telecommuting. With its picturesque mountain landscapes, reliable internet connection and cultural ambiance, this city offers a setting conducive to productivity. After work, you can explore the historic temples, taste the delicious local cuisine and enjoy the surrounding nature. Chiang Mai is a teleworking destination that harmoniously combines work and discovery in an enchanting setting.

Day 1: Arrival in Chiang Mai

Meeting with your local French-speaking guide and private transfer to your apartment.

Day 2 > 29: Chiang Mai 

Free – Telework, travel, enjoy!

Day 30: Departure from Chiang Mai

Meeting with your local French-speaking guide and private transfer to Chiang Mai airport for the return flight.

  • Destination
  • Included
    Access to our mobile application
    Complete support from the Teletravel team
    Activities (if mentioned)
    24-hour assistance during the stay in case of questions/problems/special requests
    List of coworking spaces
    Transfer to accommodation (if mentioned)
  • Not Included
    Travel insurance
    Personal expenses
    Meals (unless mentioned)
    Transportation (flights, trains, etc.)
Excursions included:
The splendid temples of Chiang Mai and the Warorot market by cycle rickshaw (3-4 hours):

You will be enchanted by this day in Chiang Mai in a cycle rickshaw, a small three-wheeled vehicle, pulled by the driver. Don't worry, you won't have to take over unless, of course, you want to! The majestic temple of Wat Prah Singh, its high chedi and its golden roofs, the ravishing Wat Phan Tao and the elegance of Wat Prasat will charm you, before discovering the ruins of Chedi Luang. Then, visit by minibus to the lively Warorot market, one of the largest in the city.

Retreat and meditation at Doi Suthep until evening:

In the afternoon, explore the centuries-old Doi Suthep. Located on one of the highest hills, this temple is easily accessible from Chiang Mai. Doi Suthep is of great importance from a spiritual point of view; You will witness a private blessing and chants from the monks, a humbling spiritual experience that will give you food for thought. With a light mind and a peaceful body, take the time to admire the sunset on the horizon.

Half day cycling around Wiang Kum Kam:

After stopping by the bike shed, head to Pa Daed, to the south of the city, to discover the history and culture of Chiang Mai and its surroundings.

You will be fascinated by the calm of the daily life of residents outside the city. There is no shortage of interesting sites, such as a former leper colony, local temples or workplaces. Towards the end of your tour, you will arrive at the ruins of Wiang Kum Kam, an ancient historical site in northern Thailand. These are less touristy than the famous temples of the city and your guide will explain the history of this forgotten city. Return to your apartment after lunch.


Lunch during the visit Note: - Duration: 4 hours - Distance: 15 km - on flat ground

Optional excursions (not included):
A day of discovery of agriculture and coffee in a black Lahu village (08:00-17:00):

You will head to the mountains around Chiang Mai to visit a Lahu village that has adopted organic farming. Instead of relying on chemicals and farming techniques that are harmful to nature, people have chosen environmentally friendly methods that benefit both people and the earth. Coffee is one of the main crops there and you will have the day to learn more about its manufacturing process, from plant to cup. Depending on the season you can take part in different activities while walking through the neighboring fields and forests discovering the Lahu minority and their culture.

Discovering the life of the inhabitants of the Thai countryside: 

Pick up at 8:45 a.m. at your hotel by your FSG and your Thai driver. After breakfast, your destination will be the countryside around Chiang Mai. This day in the local community will allow you to learn more about the history, culture and daily lives of the locals, while still allowing for interactive experiences. For example, you will learn the basics of growing rice and can even try your hand at some of the stages of the process, such as planting or harvesting rice (depending on the season). During this day, you will meet the local population, eat delicious food and get up close and personal with the buffalo. A pleasant excursion to the countryside, which will appeal to young and old!

Cooking classes in Pantawan:

Before your cooking class, take a trip to the local market to choose your fresh ingredients. The chef will then show you how he cooks each dish, then it will be your turn to get started on your wooden worktop. The four carefully prepared dishes will then be served at the table in a splendid garden. The menu changes daily and is dedicated to a specific region or theme to offer more choice. It is also possible to take a private lesson with a chef.


Notes: Duration: morning from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and afternoon from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Visit to the local market only during the morning session The menu changes every week

Try your hand at the art of pottery:

The manufacture of various types of terracotta pottery such as vases, jars, pots and other flower vases remains an ancestral art still practiced today in a traditional way in northern Thailand.

In a small village located on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, you can learn more about this ancient profession and its traditions. And take advantage of your visit to the village to get a glimpse of local daily life by strolling past some small local shops and stalls. You will then settle into the workshop and take a seat on your potter's stool to try your hand at pottery with your family. A craftsman will then show you the tips and basics of the potter's profession. By listening to his advice for shaping this clay typical of the region, you will be able to create your own pottery!

A real moment of sharing around a traditional Thai activity – fun, interactive and friendly.

Hiking in the footsteps of the Hmongs:

Pick up at 7:30 a.m. at your hotel by your ESG and your Thai driver. At the start of the morning you will head towards Doi Suthep mountain and start with a visit to its magnificent temple, one of the most famous monuments of Chiang Mai. You will arrive early enough to have the opportunity to visit the temple complex without the crowds. You will then continue to the village of Doi Pui, a Hmong village which has become a major tourist attraction over the years.

The village is very developed and quite commercially oriented, but after meeting your guide you will leave the souvenir shops to begin your hike in nature. You will then follow the path which will take you to another Hmong village on the other side of the mountain. Along the way, your local guide from the Hmong minority will tell you about life in the mountains and the importance of this historic path. As you walk, you'll find stunning panoramas that will be even more impressive on a clear day.

Once you arrive at your destination you will have time to relax and observe one of the largest Hmong communities in Thailand before returning to your hotel.


Meals included: Lunch and dinner Notes: - Distance and duration: 11.4 kilometers, 3 hours 30 minutes to 4 hours of walking - Level: 1 - Elevation difference: 400 meters of positive elevation, 500 meters of descent - Type of terrain : dirt road and trails through the forest, some stairs on rocky path

Optional multi-day excursions (not included):
Little adventure at Lisu Lodge - 2 days / 1 night:
Day 1: Chiang Mai – Lisu Lodge

You will have plenty of time to admire the landscape during the 13 kilometer bike ride to a tea plantation, where you can rest before discovering the cultivation and harvesting of tea. After the visit, have a cup of freshly brewed tea before heading back to the river where a 45-minute bamboo raft ride awaits you, to a Thai village.

From there, you will return to Lisu Lodge by pickup. On the way back, you will meet the shaman (healer of souls) in a traditional Akha village. Just before arriving at Lisu Lodge, visit a rice field and discover rice cultivation with farmers, without pesticides or insecticides. At a Himmapaan nursery, learn all about the flora of northern Thailand and how the forest ecosystem is restored.

Finally, visit the vegetable garden, which is very proliferated with different varieties of vegetables and fruits, which grow only using natural compost-based fertilizers. The next day, you will have the choice between different activities (not included in the package): hiking, cycling, massage or herbal sauna.

Dinner and night at the Lodge.

Day 2: Lisu Lodge – Chiang Mai

After breakfast at the Lodge, you will spend the remainder of your stay in the beautiful natural surroundings and transfer by private car to your apartment in Chiang Mai.

Tour Rental

Chiang Mai
Hauykaew Residence

Single bed room


47m² with a bedroom, living room and kitchen. Furnished with: Wardrobe, water heater, dressing table, television, bed and mattress, air conditioning, refrigerator, sofa, dining table and chairs, microwave, oven. The apartment has the gym and swimming pool.

2022 prices:
  • Package at Hauykaew Residence for one month, between January 1 and October 22, 2022: 1059€
  • Accommodation at Hauykaew Residence ; wifi included in accommodation
  • The following activities: The splendid temples of Chiang Mai and the Warorot market by cycle rickshaw, Retreat and meditation in Doi Suthep until the evening, Half day cycling around Wiang Kum Kam
  • Private airport departure and arrival transfers
  • Entrance fees for tourist sites
  • Local French/English speaking guides
  • 1 videoconference session with a French-speaking member of Teletravel to answer your questions and prepare your trip
  • A 24-hour messaging service to assist you during your stay
  • Access to the mobile application and our online platforms: Your Local Eye, MyTeletravel and MyDeskAway
Not included :
  • Transportation (international and domestic flights)
  • Baggage handling upon arrival and departure from hotels
  • Visa fees obtained on arrival in Thailand (depending on the nationality of the travelers)
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses and tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Option 1: A day of discovery of agriculture and coffee in a black Lahu village
  • Option 2: Discovering the life of the inhabitants of the Thai countryside
  • Option 3: Cooking classes in Pantawan
  • Option 4: Try your hand at the art of pottery
  • Option 5: Hike in the footsteps of the Hmongs
  • Option 6: Little adventure at Lisu Lodge - 2 days / 1 night

Contact us if you would like to add one or more options to your package. Activities must be booked at least one week in advance.

Additional services:
  • Thai language course

In a group: beginner

24-hour classes between 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.: Monday, Wednesday, Friday ** Classes start at the beginning of the month **

  • Co-working space Chiang Mai at Hub 53 Co-Working Space

Understood :

    • 24/7 access every day
    • Skype room - Coffee and water
    • 3 devices authorized
    • Chest
    • high-speed Internet
    • LAN line
    • Bathroom
  • Labor law advice with our partner SR Conseils
Offer subject to availability and confirmation from our local partner.

We can modify this offer as you wish.

This Teletravel program was created to give you as immersive an experience as possible while prioritizing meeting locals as much as possible.

All services are subject to availability and will be confirmed as soon as possible. If a service is not available on the requested dates, an alternative will be offered to you.

For any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Teletravel team by email at vanessa@myteletravel.com