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Accommodation in Chiang Rai is quite easy to find. There are several Estate Agents in the area as well as trusted sites such as:

Homes and condos can be rented from as little as 3,500 baht for a small one bedroom suite. In general a good home will cost anything between 7,000 and 20,000 plus for a more than acceptable accommodation. If you are coming to work at CRIS then we have people who can show you around to make sure that you have a comfortable place that suits your living needs.


Located in Northern Thailand, Chiang Rai is easily accessible from most points in Southeast Asia. It has an airport
offering direct and in-direct flights to and from cities including Seoul, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Phuket; flights to Bangkok run more frequently.


Thailand’s climate is tropical monsoon with three seasons: the warm season is hot and dry from March to May, the rainy season is from June to October, and the cool season is from November to February. Daytime temperatures range from 16 degrees C (60 F) to 36 degrees C (97 F). Evenings are a bit cooler. In the cool season you will need some warmer clothing as it can get cold.


Chiang Rai has something for everyone! Near the city are waterfalls, elephant rides, whitewater rafting, rappelling,
hiking, biking and other outdoor activities. CRIS facilities available to staff and their families include a pool; basketball, and badminton; and a weights room.

There is on modern shopping complex with a multi-screen cinema, and there is Big C which is a multi-purpose store
There are plenty of Dining opportunities. Western chains include Sizzler, KFC, McDonalds, Starbucks, and Pizza Company. In addition, hundreds of locally-owned eating establishments provide good value in Thai, Chinese, Italian, French, Indian, and American cuisine.


Numerous international churches meet in Chiang Rai. Chiang Rai Freedom Church, Chiang Rai Chiang Rai
International Christian Fellowship, and Stream of Love Songkla Church are largely constituted of foreigners from the
missionary and business communities. Several Thai churches also provide English translation for their services.


Chiang Rai has many attractions to see such as the white temple, the walking street, the night bazaar,
Singh Park, and there are lots of trips to go on outside of Chiang Rai.