Airport Transfer


Chiang Mai Internatıonal Airport has two terminals: domestic and international. You will rendezvous with our student Liaison Officers holding ACUCA sign just outside the arrival gate of either terminal.

For any emergency situation, including flight delays, please inform the secretariat via email and CC to, our transportation coordinator Ms. Malee Kongwannit.


Airport drop-off will be provided on

22st October 2017 between 06.00 and 18.00 local time from the designated hotels. Be advised that you should leave the hotel at least two hours ahead of your scheduled departure time for domestic flights and three hours ahead for international flights.

For any emergency situation, including flight change or cancellation, please inforn the secratariat via email and cc to kongwannit40@gmail.comour transportation coordinator Ms. Malee Kongwannit.

ACUCA Information Desk

The information deskfor the participants of the conference and on-site registration payment can be made at the ACUCA Information Desk:




October 19th , 2017


Lobby of the Empress Hotel

October 20th , 2017


In front of the chapel, Payap University


Hotel-Campus Transfer

Transfer between designated hotels: the Empress Hotel to Payap University campus will be provided for each day of the conference. For campus transfer, please refer to the bus schedule provided in the registration package.

Public Transportation

If you require transportation outside the transfer provided by the conference, we strongly recommend that you contact your hotel concierge or front desk or our student liaison for assistance.


Breakfast is provided at the hotel on 20th -21st October, 2017. Lunch will be provided at the conference venue for our honorable participants. Dinner will be also arranged. Welcome Dinner is held at 7.00 p.m. on October 19th at the Empress Hotel.


Average temperature in Chiang Mai for the month of October is between 22-31 degrees Celcius. Occasional showers or strong sunlight may take place during the conference, we recommend you to bring umbrella at all times.


Most shops in Thailand take only Thai baht. Currency exchange service can be done at Chiang Mai International airport.

Beside cash, many big stores accept Debit/Credit Cards (VISA or MasterCard) for payment. However, in traditional market or smaller stores, you must pay with cash. There are a number of money changers that you can find at some shopping areas or banks. If you need to draw cash, there are several ATMs that receive international Debit/Credit Cards such as VISA, MasterCard, Maestro, Cirrus and Alto.


Electricity in Thailand is 220 Volts. If you travel to Thailand with device that does not accept 220 Volts at 50 Hertz, you will need a voltage converter. Outlets in Thailand generally accept two types of power socket plugs: type A/B/C/F. Ref:


Type A

Type B

Type C

Type F





If your appliances plug has a different shape, you may need a plug adapter.



Thailand is warm year-round, so simply wear comfortable clothing suitable to a warm climate. You are encouraged to wear clothing unique to your country’s culture.

Note: The conference is being held during a period of mourning as Thailand prepares for the cremation of H.M. the King Rama IX. It would be appropriate for participants to wear dark, subdued colors or national costumes which do not contain overly bright colors.


Contact Information


Ms. Malee Kongwannit

Last updated at Aug 23, 2017 9:49:54 AM