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Bargain deals for return flights to Thailand

Destination : Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)
Travel Between : 21 January, 2016 - 23 March, 2016
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Destination : Phuket International Airport (HKT)
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Destination : Krabi Airport (KBV)
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Destination : Samui International Airport (USM)
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Destination : Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX)
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Business class flights to Thailand
Destination : Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)
Travel Between : 10 January, 2016 - 10 July, 2016
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Destination : Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)
Travel Between : 18 January, 2016 - 17 March, 2016
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Thailand overview

Christmas in Thailand

Thailand Christmas flight deals would usually involve tours stretching beyond the New Year, usually because the celebrations mostly revolve around New Year’s Eve rather than Christmas Eve to attend to the tourist rush during the holidays. With Christians being a minority in Thailand, the celebrations are usually conservative and modest, with church services being the centre of all the activity. The only indications can be found at the metropolitan hub of Bangkok, with certain shopping malls and avenues following the theme of décor right on Christmas day, along with floor-wide sales and offers. Luxury hotels follow suite, arranging events and decorations along their halls and avenues. Otherwise, those who are out to book cheap Christmas flights to Thailand will mostly focus on New Year celebrations.


Why travel to Thailand?

Aquamarine shores, green overgrowth with bamboo forests and magnificent temples outshining in their glint of gold, Thailand has harnessed pristine calmness etched in its environment. The same nature passages onto its flourishing urban developments. With increasing immigration rates and a massive tourism industry, the populace of entertainment venues has foraged to new records. Bars, nightclubs, theme parks, performances by internationally renowned artists and event occurrences are a regular feature. Traditional practices are also undertaken including dances and processions as well as shows depicting ancient tales with shadow-casting, narration or puppetry. With a string of islands on the Indian Ocean, the clean blue shores are extensive with open endless horizons only to be accompanied by rock formations. Thailand's modern hallmarks making their brand on Asia's commercial front include Pattaya, Phuket and the capital city, Bangkok. Scenic islands hosting international resorts include Koh Samui Island, Phi Phi Islands and the Ko Pha Ngan Island. With a naturally set environment and a rich culture, Thailand is home to its own signature series of beauty treatments, massages and relaxation therapies. The chief highlight among the wildlife having a habitat within Thailand's domains is the Asian Elephant, which would mostly be found tamed for conducting rides under trainers and keepers. Thailand houses two national parks, the Tarutao Marine and the Ko Surin. Water sports are a common aspect in all of the Islands and their surrounding waters.


What is the average flight time to Thailand?

Non-stop flights usually take 11 hours and 30 minutes for reaching Thailand from London. In the case of the majority of flights which operate indirectly, they may take 17 to 20 hours of flight time, apart from the time spent on a stopover.


How to manage getting around Thailand?

Thailand’s domestic aviation network is under competition with multiple budget air carriers, while chartered flights are also operated to the resort islands along the coasts. Transport over the waters are operated via river boat ferries, which are seasonal taxis depending on the state of the monsoon season as well as the climatic conditions. Across land, the expressways are all utilized by coaches and major bus networks, while minibus routes extend from town to town. Metro routes are restricted only to the main metropolitan hubs like Bangkok. The rail network across the country is segmented by region, province to province, area to area for expansive coverage. 


What are the general hotel and accommodation options in Thailand?

Reviewing all the options to stay in the country will make travellers realize the real appeal of why it is favoured by both business and leisure travellers alike as a favourable destination. The main metropolitan cities and urban hubs across the provinces have high rise hotels and towers, complete with luxury suites and rooms for a good view over the cityscape. The suburbs and commercial areas have their own apartment hotels in the form of inns and motels ready to offer for their clients a stay on budget. There is a healthy trend of guesthouses as well, providing exclusive guest rooms for guests along with being present in the parks to serve as lodges for accommodation. For vacationing and a great deal of serenity, tropical ambience in the sun and white sands, the coasts are lined with resorts and hotels, affiliated with spas, poolside amenities and even miniature theme parks. Choosing one hotel from the other is quite difficult owing to excessive competition of all the facilities available; there are one too many accommodations to cater for the same segment of tourists in every area across the country.


What’s the idea of budgeting in Thailand?

  • A meal at an international fast food chain: £ 3
  • A large bottle of mineral water (1.5 litres): £ 0.34
  • A regular soft drink bottle: £ 0.35
  •  An imported cigarette pack: £ 1.85
  • A local commutation ticket: £ 0.41
  • An average taxi trip within the city: £ 2
  • a standard local hotel in one of the towns: £ 30
  • An international hotel chain in one of the metropolitan hubs: £ 90

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Handy Tips To Know Before your departure flight to Thailand!

  • In total Thailand has 48 airports altogether but popular destinations that travellers fly to are Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya and Koh Samui.
  • You can get an average fare of £466 on the low side and it can go more than £1900 for business class. 
  • Preferred departure airport used by travellers to fly to Thailand is London Heathrow. 
  • If you are looking for a cheaper option to fly anywhere in Thailand go for an indirect flight. 
  • Thai Airways offers two flights daily to Bangkok from London Heathrow. 
  • UK is 6 hours behind Thailand in terms of time. 
  • As of now 107 airlines offer flights out from Bangkok, 59 airlines operate flights out from Phuket International Airport and 18 airlines fly out from Koh Samui International Airport
  • Bangkok International Airport being the busiest airport in Thailand caters for almost 4745 international flight departures each week. 
  • The flight time between UK and Thailand is approxiamately 12 hours 15 minutes.
  • £1 is equivalent to 53 Thai Bahts

FAQs about Thailand

Do I require a visa prior to a trip to Thailand?

On your arrival to Thailand you must hold a valid 6 months passport, a valid visa for Thailand and proof of further travel. Despite this travelers belonging to some Asean or Western nations, which include most European, North American and Commonwealth countries are exempted from obtaining a valid visa prior to their visit under some conditions. If the duration of the visit will not exceed 30 days, they will be permitted to enter the country through Thailand immigration by a 30 Thai visa waiver that will be granted upon arrival.

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