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CAMP (Creative and Meeting Place) @ Maya in Chiang Mai

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Seating Capacity 200
Outside Seating 30
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Web www.ais.co.th/campais/en  

Pro Tips

A large space on the top floor of the Maya mall at the intersection of Nimman and Huay Kaew, in Nimmanhaemin. Open 24/7. Working at CAMP is free, but Internet access is not.

You’ll get a voucher for two hours of Internet access with a purchase of 50 baht or more at the cafe. Drinks range from 20-95 baht and include water, plenty of coffee options, and smoothies. Food is your basic snack and fast food-type fare. For a meal you’ll want to head down to the fourth floor for a selection of restaurants, or the basement level of the mall for the food court.


  • If you show up to the Maya shopping mall outside of business hours, head to one of the basement parking levels and take the elevator from there to the 5th floor.

  • If you can afford it get a plan with AIS for really good internet with your phone plan (approx 300 THB), then you don’t have to get coffee just for the wifi. If you do use the 2h coupons however, note that they’re valid for at least a couple of days (I don’t know how many days), and you can use them sparingly, meaning that you can log off the wifi and pick it up later as needed.

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