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Patong Beach is the most popular place of interest in Thailand. Many travellers make it a point to stop there while travelling to Thailand. Other popular landmarks and places of interest in Thailand would be Pattaya Beach, Chaweng Beach, or Kata Beach.
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi is the most popular airport in Thailand to fly to at the moment. Out of all our users who flew to Thailand in the past year, 65% of them chose to fly into Bangkok’s Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport. Keep in mind that there may be other airports within Thailand that are also a great option to fly to.
On average, a flight to Thailand will cost £1,219 per ticket. We’ve had users find flights to Thailand for as low as £464, however. If you’re unable to find a plane ticket for £464, but manage to find one for £1,073 or less, then this is still a great deal. Keep in mind that flight costs vary depending on where you fly from, what time of year you travel, and what airline you fly with.
If you're headed to Thailand, consider flying into Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok for the best deals, with an average airfare of £464. Alternatively, Phuket City airport in Phuket City is a close second for cheapest flights to Thailand with an average airfare of £717.
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There are 96 operators available for flights to Thailand as of November 2023.
The minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, but airlines offering an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service may have their age restrictions, such as regulations concerning flight duration, timing, and layovers. It is recommended that you verify with the airline you are booking with for travel to Thailand.
The travel and health documents required for your trip to Thailand can vary based on your itinerary and personal situation. As a rule, consider having multiple documents such as a national ID card or driver’s license, and a passport valid for six-months after you plan to arrive at Thailand. We always recommend checking with your airline or a trusted third party such as IATA to get advice.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|London||Chiang Mai||18h 50m||£539|
|London||Phuket City||12h 10m||£544|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Bangkok||19h 35m||£620|
|Manchester||Phuket City||12h 15m||£632|
|Birmingham||Phuket City||16h 30m||£650|
|Manchester||Chiang Mai||21h 55m||£661|
If you’ve managed to get great flight deals to Thailand, you can be sure that you’ll have plenty to see and do once you’re there. Thailand has countless colourful festivals and attractions, including the biggest celebration of Thai New Year, known as Songkran. It’s celebrated across the country, often for up to a week, and is also a major event for Buddhists. You’ll see people having giant water fights in the streets and smearing white talc on each other. The water symbolises cleansing and renewal, and the talc is supposed to bring luck and prosperity. It’s celebrated on 13th to 15th April annually. Yi Peng is another major Thai Buddhist Festival, mostly celebrated in Northern Thailand particularly in Chiang Mai around the moat and Ping River, or certain temples. You’ll see thousands of flickering paper lanterns floating into the sky before the full moon. It’s celebrated every year around November during the full moon. You’ll also see fireworks, parades and food. For Buddhists, it’s a time to release bad memories, pay their respects to Buddha and make wishes.
Thailand is renowned for its delicious rich cuisine – you’ll find everything from the well-known red and green curries and stir fry noodle dishes like Pad Thai, to lesser known but equally delicious local specialties. You’ll also find distinct regional differences in the four corners of the country. Thai food originally came from people who emigrated from southern Chinese centuries ago, bringing with them Szechwan influences. However, Buddhist monks and others from India are said to have influenced the food in the South, as well as Portuguese missionaries and traders from Holland. In the North, food is milder with a strong Burmese influence. Key dishes contain turmeric, ginger and tamarind, and are eaten with sticky rice. In the North East you’ll find a distinct influence from Laos. Food is spicy, and there’s lots of seafood like shrimp and fermented fish. In central Thailand, people more often eat jasmine rice; the food is more complex than elsewhere because it’s home to the royal cuisine and involves elaborate meals. In the South, dishes typically are cooked in coconut milk, with lots of seafood. Condiments include locally grown cashews and coconut.
For those of you with flights to Thailand, you won’t be short on things to visit as the country is full of amazing beaches, temples, palaces and ancient ruins. Krabi province is a hotspot if you want to visit some of the most famous beach resorts. Railay is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, with its pure white sand and turquoise shores. It’s an island that you can reach from Krabi town and Ao Nang on one of the traditional long-tail boats. The island also has superb rock climbing with its limestone cliffs, as well as snorkelling, scuba diving, rafting and kayaking for the adventurers. The Phi Phi islands are another popular Thai beach resort, also reachable by kayak or a small wooden boat. Don’t miss Monkey Beach, which is full of macaques. Bustling Bangkok is well worth a visit, with plenty of tourist sites and temples. The most famous is the Grand Palace, which is renowned for both its incredible structure and its historical significance. You’ll need several hours to visit the grounds, which include vast temples, ancient relics and royal halls. Don’t miss the temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra Kaeo, which is said to contain a piece of the Buddha himself. If you’re seeking more temples, Wat Po and Wat Arun are both close by.
For anyone flying to Thailand, British citizens amongst you can stay under normal circumstances for 30 days without a visa. If you’re staying for longer you’ll have to apply for a visa extension before the 30 days are up. If however you’re flying to Thailand for work, or plan to use the land borders regularly, or will stay longer than 30 days you should apply for a visa. Everyone needs a valid passport to travel to Thailand.
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