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Average Flying Time11 hours 51 mins (Avg)
Airline FlyingEtihad, Qatar Airways, British Airways, Air France, Jet Airways
Average Flying Kms9532 km (Avg)
Best Time to Travellate October to March
Time Zone UTC/GMT +7 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 44.2739 THB
Modes of TransportTaxi, Taxi Radio, Motorcycle taxi, Bus & tram
Why Fly to Bangkok
Top 10 Places to Visit
A Buddhist temple nestled on the banks of Chao Phraya River. Renowned for its spectacular architectural design, it is on top of every traveller’s itinerary making it one of the major attractions in Bangkok.
Situated in the heart of the city, the palace is one of the famous landmarks in Bangkok. The official residence of the Kings Siam, it is partially open for tourists to enjoy the breathtaking sights of the palace buildings.
One of the most sacred Buddhist Temples in Thailand, it is also referred to as ‘Temple of the Emerald Buddha’. The wat is located within the premises of the Grand Palace.
A brilliant way to witness the unique culture of life in the river is a sweep through to the floating markets of Bangkok. Amphawa, Damnoen, Taling Chan and Khlong Lat Mayom are popular floating markets to boat ride.
Stroll through the Yaowarat Road to come across Bangkok’s Chinatown. Amidst the hustle and bustle, it is an interesting place to be from mouth-watering delicacies to shopping just about anything and everything.
Pay a visit to Wat Pho to get a miraculous view of the reclining Buddha. The massive Reclining Buddha statue is 15 m high and 43 m long. Another special feature is the temple renown to be the birthplace of traditional Thai massage.
The River is the lifeblood of Bangkok. One of the favourite spots in Far East, boat rides and ferry rides are not to be missed to experience a typical day of a local or for incredible sightseeing of the river.
Renowned to be the world’s largest weekend market, the market cover over 35 acres offering shelter to more than 5000 stalls. A popular shopping center for many locals and tourists alike, the place is commonly known as J.J.
An excellent place for thrifty travellers, the road is a famous strip among backpackers and budget accommodation options. There are several bars, pubs and clubs along with retail shops for mix of shopping and entertainment.
One of the famous red light districts is also a major hot spot among expats and tourists visiting Thailand. Make it here for some wild entertainment with loud music, dancing and boozing.