Our Residential Rehab Centres

World-class Inpatient Treatment in Thailand


As part of The Cabin Addiction Services Group, The Cabin Sydney has privileged access to two of the world’s top residential rehab facilities. Considered the ‘gold standard’ in addiction treatment, residential rehab, otherwise known as inpatient treatment, is the best option to achieve lasting recovery from substance and process addictions.

Below we provide information on our fully licensed, luxury residential rehab facilities in Thailand, and offer a comparison between inpatient and outpatient treatment options.

Learn more about outpatient addiction treatment in Sydney.

The Cabin Chiang Mai and The Edge – Asia’s Leading Inpatient Rehab Centers

Northern Thailand is home to both of our residential rehab centres: The Cabin Chiang Mai and The Edge. Located in the mountainous surroundings in the Northern Province of Chiang Mai, The Cabin’s inpatient centres offer modern and innovative treatment for alcohol, drug and process addictions.


The Cabin Chiang Mai is our general residential rehab centre, whereas The Edge is our specialised centre for young men with addiction and behavioural concerns. Both are located in resort-like settings with lush, tropical surroundings and world class amenities – the perfect environment to focus on rehabilitation and recovery.


Our programme is one-of-a-kind, bringing together the most effective healing aspects from East and West. We combine evidence-based methods employed by Western-trained psychologists and counsellors with the Eastern healing practices of yoga, Mindfulness meditation and other physical and spiritual treatments. Our successful, integrative programme has garnered recognition from professionals and institutions around the world as one of the global leading rehab centres. Equal to or better than some of the most prestigious rehabs in the West, we offer world-class treatment at just a fraction of the cost.

The Cabin Chiang Mai – Asia’s Leading Inpatient Treatment Centre

Outpatient vs Inpatient – Which is right for me?

If you are planning to enter addiction treatment, it is important to understand the difference between inpatient and outpatient treatment centres.

An inpatient centre, also known as a residential rehab facility, requires the client to attend a live-in programme, typically for a minimum of 28 days. Considered the ‘gold standard’ in addiction treatment, inpatient facilities provide 24 hour access to care and a recovery setting free from the stresses, triggers, and toxic habits of the client’s regular environment.

An outpatient facility like The Cabin Syndey, on the other hand, allows clients to attend meetings and counselling sessions on a daily or weekly basis, receiving support and treatment while still living at home and continuing their normal daily activities. Outpatient programmes, also known as ‘dayhabs’, are geared toward clients who are considered ‘high functioning’ and do not require concentrated medical supervision. These clinics allow clients to receive much of the psychological therapy offered in residential rehabs, while still meeting work and family responsibilities.

In some cases, a client may benefit from treatment at both inpatient and outpatient facilities. In these situations, clients will first attend one of our inpatient centres, The Cabin Chiang Mai or The Edge, before continuing stepped-down treatment at an outpatient clinic.

Each person suffering from addiction has a unique situation, which is why it is so important to be assessed by a licensed substance abuse counsellor before choosing between inpatient and outpatient treatment. The Cabin Sydney can provide a full assessment and will recommend the style of treatment that best suits your needs.

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