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Departure Sat, 27 Jan Return Mon, 05 Feb
LHR London
BKK Bangkok
return from £344
Departure Mon, 22 Jan Return Tue, 23 Jan
HKT Phuket
DMK Bangkok
return from £37
Departure Wed, 24 Jan Return Thu, 25 Jan
KBV Krabi
DMK Bangkok
return from £39
Departure Thu, 01 Feb Return Wed, 07 Feb
MAN Manchester
BKK Bangkok
return from £413
Popular flight routes to Bangkok
London - Bangkok
return from £328
Phuket - Bangkok
return from £41
Chiang Mai - Bangkok
return from £44
Manchester - Bangkok
return from £418
Singapore - Bangkok
return from £90
Edinburgh - Bangkok
return from £422

Travelling to Bangkok

Bangkok Attractions

Thailand's effervescent capital, Bangkok, needs little introduction, consistently ranking as one of the top city destinations in the world. With a diverse range of attractions, it is easy to understand why visitors flock to Bangkok with its modern buildings, solemn temples, shopping malls and friendly locals. Its history began in the 15th century as a modest village. Owing to its strategic location near the mouth of the river, it served as a trade and customs outpost. Today, the city is a hive of activity, which at times may seem chaotic, but is actually the true essence of the Bangkok spirit.

Things to do in Bangkok

The allure of Bangkok is difficult to put into words; you have to experience it to be able to describe it. Renowned for its many sacred temples, palaces, nightlife and shops, guests on flights to Bangkok will have a hard time deciding what to do first. Explore museums, join devotees at temples or shop to your heart's content. At night, savour the lively nightlife and dance till morning at the clubs and discos.

When visiting Bangkok, be sure to:

  • Go to see the Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) and climb the spire for stunning city vistas
  • Visit the Grand Palace and admire the Temple of the Emerald Buddha
  • Mingle with the locals and visitors at night in the bars and clubs of Khao San Road
  • See what the fuss is all about at the Soi Cowboy, one of Bangkok's Red Light Districts
  • Hop on a boat and explore the floating market of Damnoen Saduak
  • Enjoy drinks at the 360-degree rotating bar of the Sky Bar and Hotel, the tallest building in Thailand
  • Take a break from the city and visit the Bang Krachao Gardens with its lush vegetation
  • Book a renowned Thai massage to recover from sightseeing, shopping and parties
  • Ask a tailor to make a high quality bespoke suit for you
  • Get a quick introduction to Thai history and art at the Bangkok National Museum

Bangkok Airports

The capital is served by two airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport or Bangkok International Airport and Don Mueang International Airport. Both cater to domestic and international arrivals/departures with the latter mostly serving budget airlines. The distance between the two airports is 55 km. The airports boast of modern facilities and amenities for the comfort and convenience of passengers.

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport

    Top Carriers

    The top carriers at this airport are: Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways and China Eastern Airlines.


    The airport is located 30 km east of the capital.


    Passengers can take the BMTA or Bor Khor Sor buses, Airport Rail Link, public vans, taxis and car rentals to go to the airport and the city.

  • Don Mueang International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers flying to this airport include: Air Asia, Nok Air and Thai Air Asia.


    The airport is located 24 km from Bangkok city centre.


    The easiest and fastest way to get to the airport is by taxi. It is also possible to travel by bus 29 and by train from the Central Railway Station.

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