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Why Fly to Bangkok?
Thailand’s capital is one of the country's busiest flight gateways, with Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport acting as the main hub for all international and domestic flights. This means that flights to Bangkok are often included in fare sales, and discounted flights to Thai capital are often readily available. Bangkok offers plenty for the traveller, with markets, majestic temples, shopping centres and superb cuisine.
Flying to Bangkok from the UK
It is possible to get cheap flight deals from several UK airports to Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport. London Heathrow and Gatwick offer direct flights to Bangkok which take 11-12 hours. Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Cardiff and Bristol international airports offer one-stop services to Bangkok.
Popular Flight Routes to Bangkok
Which Airlines Fly to Bangkok?
Thai Airways, Qantas, EVA Airways and British Airways all operate direct services from Heathrow to Bangkok. Although non-direct flights typically take longer than direct flights, they can be significantly cheaper. Etihad fly from Heathrow via Abu Dhabi, and Emirates fly from Gatwick via Dubai. Qatar and Jet Airways often offer discounted flights to Bangkok. Make sure you check the connection times as these can add a significant amount of time to your journey. Several airlines offer a one-stop service from Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. Emirates offer the best fares with a stopover in Dubai, or opt for Air France if you prefer a Paris pit-stop. From Cardiff and Bristol airports, KLM offers a one-stop service to Bangkok via Amsterdam.
Mini Travel Guide to Bangkok
The cultural and commercial centre of Thailand, Bangkok is a cosmopolitan capital that still remains resolutely proud of its past. This bustling metropolis seamlessly blends sci-fi skyscrapers with traditional temples so you can enjoy the best of both worlds. Take a tuk tuk ride to explore the bustling city streets, haggle in the shops and immerse yourself in the colourful street markets. The weekend market near Chatuchak Park is a great stop for picking up curios as diverse as antiques, clothes and live snakes!
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