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Khon Kaen (KKC) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Sunday, 24 Dec 2023
US$ 25.56
Ubon Ratchathani (UBP) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Monday, 18 Dec 2023
US$ 25.56
Surat Thani (URT) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Sunday, 24 Dec 2023
US$ 25.69
Udon Thani (UTH) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Thursday, 21 Dec 2023
US$ 25.69
Krabi (KBV) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Sunday, 24 Dec 2023
US$ 35.18
Phuket (HKT) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Monday, 25 Dec 2023
US$ 35.27
Hat Yai (HDY) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Tuesday, 12 Dec 2023
US$ 35.38
Chiang Mai (CNX) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Saturday, 23 Dec 2023
US$ 38.39
Chiang Rai (CEI) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai VietJet Air
Thursday, 21 Dec 2023
US$ 45.53
Narathiwat (NAW) → Bangkok (BKK)
Thai Airways
Saturday, 09 Dec 2023
US$ 46.46
About Bangkok

About Bangkok

A city bustling with culture, rich in history, and boasting delectable cuisine–there is no wonder why Bangkok is the most visited city in the world! Being the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok boasts its stunning traditions and modern marvels. The best part is Bangkok is one of the most affordable tourist destinations worldwide. Bangkok's affordable rates, savory eats, and picturesque destinations deserve the spot on your travel bucket list. 

What can I do in Bangkok?

  • Visit the iconic Chatuchak Weekend Market
While there are plenty of shopping districts and night markets in Bangkok, there is nothing as iconic as the Chatuchak Weekend Market. With over 15,000 stalls, you'll surely find something you love and need around the bazaar. The wide selection of affordable clothing, unique art pieces, and mouthwatering food options makes it worth scheduling your Bangkok vacation on the weekend. 
Chatuchak Weekend Market is open Saturdays and Sundays, 9 AM - 6 PM. It is highly advised to bring extra cash when you visit the market. You wouldn't know the surprises you'll find and the interesting pieces you might regret not buying in this vast bazaar!
  • Take a boat ride in “Asia’s Venice”
Bangkok does its best to traverse a city. There are plenty of attractions and outdoor markets in Bangkok that are only accessible by boat ride. Among the best-floating markets in Bangkok is Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Located a few kilometers south of Bangkok, this market is among Thailand's first of its kind. 
Another floating market you cannot miss for your Bangkok visit is the Taling Chan Floating Market. All your Thai food cravings will be satisfied in an afternoon spent in Taling Chan! Some of the best flavors in this market include authentic Pad Thai and grilled fish. 
And who could forget the picturesque view of the Chao Phraya River? This river traverses the most scenic spots and the best temples in Bangkok. Plenty of Bangkok tourists take cruises along the river to witness the role of the lifeblood of Bangkok in its modern times. 
  • Have a thrilling day in Bangkok’s best theme parks
If you're visiting Bangkok with the whole family or your thrill-loving friends, the city's best theme parks deserve a spot in your itinerary! Who wouldn't love an exciting ride on a roller coaster with your favorite people? 
Bangkok is home to the first amusement park in Southeast Asia, Siam Amazing Park. Whether looking for the best thrill rides to conquer or a fun splash in the summer, you'll love visiting Suansiam. The park boasts 30 rides, a water park with a slide 75 feet high, and a 109-meter observatory with the best view of Bangkok. 
Another amusement park worth mentioning is Dream World Bangkok. This 63-acre park commits itself to make children's dreams come true. Their colorful structures and exciting rides will surely make a memorable day for your Bangkok getaway!
  • Tour Bangkok’s scenic temples
No Bangkok vacation is complete without visiting the iconic temples of the city. More than its spiritual significance, the temples of Bangkok reflect its rich culture and traditions that are well-kept despite continuous modernity. These temples also signify the talent and artistry of the locals. Most of the details and ornaments in Bangkok's temples are unique to Thailand. 
Wat Pho, also known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is the oldest temple in Bangkok. Famous for its meticulously-detailed figures and interiors, Wat Pho is among the most popular tourist attractions in the city.   The breathtaking Phra Ubusot at the main hall bears great importance in Buddhist rituals. Many tourists are in awe of the gilded Buddha inside the Ubusot. 
Another popular tourist destination is the Temple of Dawn along the Chao Praya River. This ancient temple dates back to the 1600s and is known locally as Wat Arun Ratchawararam. Temple of Dawn is among the best sights at night in Bangkok! 
When visiting a temple in Bangkok, remember that these places are not mere attractions but are of religious importance to the locals. Proper decorum is expected for guests visiting Bangkok's sacred temples.
  • Take a trip back in time in Ayutthaya
Another staple in each Bangkok trip is visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ayutthaya. Thailand's ancient city dates back to 1350 and was the center of the old Kingdom of Siam. Nowadays, the ruins of Ayutthaya are among the most-visited attractions in Thailand.
While the heritage site sits a few kilometers away from Bangkok's busy center, the one-and-a-half-hour ride is surely worth the travel. Plenty of Bangkok tourists include a day tour of Ayutthaya in their itinerary. 
Among the best reasons to visit the ancient city is to admire how the structures stood the test of time. The brick temples and ornate Buddha figures date back centuries ago yet are still in great condition. 
Make sure to bring a good camera during your Ayutthaya trip, as this area is among the most picturesque sights in Bangkok!
  • Watch a live Muay Thai match 
Muay Thai, known as Thailand's national sport, takes the spotlight in Bangkok. Young men of Bangkok take pride in mastering the art and partaking in the Muay Thai scene of the city. 
There are plenty of stadiums and spots around the city to witness a live Muay Thai match. Lumpinee Stadium is the veteran in holding Muay Thai matches. The stadium, dating back to the 1950s, holds the matches three nights a week, with ticket prices starting at 1700 THB (around 50 USD). 

What are the visa requirements?

Most passport holders can enter Thailand for 30 days without needing a visa. If you're from Argentina, South Korea, Peru, Brazile, or Chile, you are allowed a 90-day visit to Thailand without the need for a visa application.
For countries that need a tourist visa for Thailand, here are the requirements you need to keep in mind for your application: 
  •  Passport valid up to 6 months
  • A recent ID picture of the applicant
  • Fully-paid flight tickets
  • Proof of financial capability to travel
Make sure to check if you qualify for visa-free travel for Thailand months before your vacation. 

When is the best time to visit Bangkok?

Thailand has a similar climate to most of Southeast Asia. But more than its wet and dry seasons, Bangkok also has a short cold season from November to February. 
If you're looking forward to making the most out of Bangkok's tropical weather and you're heading to the beach, you could visit during the summer (March-June). However, the temperature in Bangkok can reach around 36 degrees Celsius during the peak of the dry season, making it a little uncomfortable for some tourists. 
The peak season of Bangkok tourism is during the November to February winter season. The season brings much more favorable weather for making the most of your Bangkok trip. Visiting Bangkok's tourist spots without worrying about the raging heat will be more enjoyable. 
The "winter" season is also the peak time for Bangkok tourism. So you should expect bigger crowds and higher rates if you plan your trip for this season. 
From July to October, Bangkok experiences its wet season. The monsoon brings recurring rain with varying strength throughout the city. However, if you're working on a tight budget for your Bangkok vacation, you'll likely benefit from the lower rates during these months. 

When is the cheapest time to fly to Bangkok?

Flight rates to Bangkok tend to be cheaper during the wet season in the city. The high likelihood of rain is considered unfavorable by most tourists, especially those wanting to experience Thailand's beaches. Bangkok's low season lasts from May to October, but it is advised to book your flight tickets ahead of time. 
If you're keen on planning your dream vacation in Bangkok's best season, you can try to look for the best rates online. Traveloka lets you compare the rates of the best flights to Bangkok so you know that you're getting your ticket at the best rates. 

What are the average costs in Bangkok?

Among the top reasons why Bangkok ranks first in the most visited cities in the world is its affordable rates! The cost of living in Bangkok doesn't need to break the bank, even when planning your vacation in some of the city's best spots. 
A filling meal in Bangkok costs around 3 USD (100 THB). A complete set meal in Mcdonald's will cost you a little less than 6 USD (200 THB). 
If you're looking for cheap eats, plenty of delicious street food around Bangkok guarantees a full stomach without straining your wallet. With only less than 2 USD (50 THB), you can get a tasty serving of authentic Pad Thai from Bangkok's well-loved street vendors!
Other common goods and necessities are also reasonably priced in Bangkok. You can get three drinking water bottles for 1 USD (10 THB each), and a cup of hot cappuccino starts at 2.3 USD (77 THB). 

How to get from the airport to town?

The most convenient way of getting from Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Bangkok's city center is by taxi. You can book directly at one of the taxis in the line right outside of the airport. Another option is to book an online taxi through Grab or other local apps. 
A ride from the airport to central Bangkok is around 14 USD (500 THB). 
Another option is booking a private car transfer if you're willing to spend the extra buck for the utmost convenience. You could also book a shared transfer for a cheaper rate. 
If you're not in a rush or you're willing to take public transport, you could always opt for the train. The Airport Rail Link only takes half an hour to get to the city center. Another perk of choosing the train is its price. The ride only costs a tenth of a taxi ride, ranging around 0.5 - 1.5 USD (15 - 45 THB), depending on your destination. 
Buses are also available near Suvarnabhumi International Airport. You only need to take a shuttle to the nearest bus terminal with several routes serving a majority of Bangkok's areas. 

How to get around Bangkok?

  • Online taxi
The newest and one of the most convenient ways to get around Bangkok is by online taxi. Grab Car is the most famous app for transportation in the city and also has thousands of drivers around Bangkok. You have two options - Grab Car and Grab Taxi. A Grab Taxi has a metered rate, while a Grab Car has a fixed rate that will reflect before you book the ride. 
The cost of a taxi ride around Bangkok starts at a 1 USD (35 THB) flat fee with a usual increment of 2 THB per kilometer. 
Most tourists prefer booking a Grab Car to avoid unreasonable fees by some taxi drivers. 
  • Car rentals
If you're the kind of tourist that likes to take matters into their own hands, you'll benefit from renting a car. Renting a car during your Bangkok vacation lets you control the routes, the stops, and the time of your transport within the city. 
The cost of renting a standard sedan starts at 30 USD (1000 THB), varying depending on the car model. And the range of fuel costs in Bangkok starts at 1.2 USD (45 THB) per liter. 
  • Motorcycle Taxi
Much like its neighboring major cities, motorcycle taxis are common in Bangkok. There are many benefits to booking a motorcycle taxi - including its cheap fares, and it is easier to get around even when the traffic hits. In a capital city and a tourist hotspot like Bangkok, you'll consider taking a motorcycle taxi to avoid the flock of crowds in the street. 
  • Tuktuk
A tuk-tuk is more than just a means of transportation - it is a part of Thailand's culture and a symbol of daily life. These special three-wheeled motorcycle taxis add to the color of Bangkok's roads. Ideally, you can ride a tuk-tuk for short-distance travel when the weather is too hot for a long walk. 
The cost of a tuk-tuk ride varies by distance. However, be wary of some tuk-tuk drivers overpricing a trip for foreigners. You could try haggling with the driver if they ask for more than 100 THB. 
  • Train
If you're looking for the most cost-efficient way to get around Bangkok, look no further than its trains. Bangkok has two railway systems - the Skytrain (BTS) and the MRT. 
The Skytrain has two lines - one serving the southwestern areas with 14 stations and the other running north to south with 47 stations. The BTS Skytrain opens at 6:30 in the morning and closes at midnight. 
The MRT serves Bangkok's busiest area at an affordable cost. The MRT has one route with several stations connecting with the Skytrain. The cost of an MRT ticket ranges from 0.5 USD (16 THB) to 1.25 USD (43 THB).
  • Boat
A great way to navigate Bangkok in style is through a boat ride. As the Chao Phraya River crosses the crowded areas of Bangkok, hopping on one of the ferries can help you escape the city traffic. 
You can choose between the two ferry systems on the Chao Phraya River. The express boat operates from 6 in the morning until sundown at around 7 PM, and a ticket starts at 0.45 USD (15 THB). The ferry boats are color-coded based on the piers it stops on. 
For utmost convenience, Chao Phraya tourist boats offer English commentary to help you reach your desired destination. You could avail of a whole-day ticket at the cost of 4.3 USD (150 THB) for unlimited rides within the day or pay a single trip fee of one USD (30 THB).

Where are the best shopping places in Bangkok?

  • Siam Paragon
For those looking for high-end brands and a taste of luxury, make sure to visit one of the largest shopping malls in Asia. You wouldn't find it challenging to find Siam Paragon as the mall is adjacent to a Skytrain station. After an afternoon of shopping, you can take a break and admire the stunning marine life at Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World on the lowest floor. 
  • Khao San Road
Bangkok is famous as a haven for tourists looking for cheap and affordable items. Khao San Road is home to several fashion boutiques, cheap eats, and where the night is liveliest in Bangkok. Here you'll find bookshops, souvenir stores, and jewelry shops selling their items at a reasonable price. 
  • Central World
Another upscale shopping center in Central Bangkok is Central World. Once known as the World Trade Center, this supermall ranks ninth in the largest malls in the world. You can enjoy shopping for international brands and local souvenirs in this mall. 
  • Asiatique : The Riverfront
Asiatique combines two of the best shopping experiences in one place - an outdoor market and an upscale mall. Located by the banks of the Chao Phraya River, this mall gives you an outstanding shopping experience with a splendid view! Asiatique is as much of a tourist destination as it is a shopping mall. You can ride a charming Ferris wheel, watch a Thai puppet show, or end the night with a cap on one of the bars in this mall strip! 
  • Chatuchak Weekend Market
When talking about shopping in Bangkok, no one can ever miss the Chatuchak Weekend Market icon. With over 15,000 shops, Chatuchak holds the title of being the world's largest outdoor market. From affordable clothes to the best traditional Thai items, you'll find it all here in this outdoor bazaar!

Where is the best area to stay in Bangkok?

  • Siam - for shopping access
Staying in Bangkok's commercial area surrounds you with the best shopping malls and fashion districts. If your priority for your Bangkok trip is filling your luggage with your latest shopping haul, you'll love staying in Siam. While accommodations can cost more in this district, you'll also find the area's best hotels and most luxurious restaurants. 
  • Mercure Bangkok Siam
For your getaway in Bangkok, consider staying at Mercure Bangkok Siam. This posh hotel takes you right to the doorstep of the Siam Shopping District and is near several tourist spots. This hotel features a world-class restaurant and a charming garden with an astonishing view of the city. 
  • Riverside - to see the best tourist spots
Staying riverside along the Chao Phraya River lets you be right at the doorstep of Bangkok's world-famous temples and tourist attractions. If you're excited to experience the historical spots and the cultural destinations of the city, you'll love staying in this district. 
  • Millenium Hilton Bangkok
One of Bangkok's best and newest hotels, Millenium Hilton Bangkok, lets you admire the views of the city as you relax in their high-end rooms. This 5-star hotel features several in-house restaurants, a lush spa, and a relaxing infinity pool. Previous guests had all positive reviews of the breakfast served at Millennium Hilton Bangkok.
  • Silom - ideal for a family vacation
If you're looking for an area in Bangkok that gives you everything you'll need for an enjoyable vacation, look no further than Silom. There are plenty of parks, restaurants, and shopping malls in Silom. But the district is close enough to the best tourist destinations and is accessible to public transport to help you make the most out of your vacation. 
  • Pullman Bangkok Hotel G 
You do not need to settle for anything less than a luxurious vacation here at Pullman Bangkok Hotel G! This four-star hotel features an elegant interior with state-of-the-art facilities. You'll love their floor-to-ceiling windows granting a fantastic view of Bangkok's city lights!
  • Khao San Road- a budget-friendly district
An enjoyable Bangkok trip does not need to break the bank at Khao San Road. If you're looking for budget-friendly accommodation but don't want to compromise accessibility to the best attractions, look for a stay in this district. This tourist hotspot has plenty of shopping options and great public transport access. 
  • Khaosan Palace 
Does a budget-friendly hotel with an overlooking outdoor pool sound great for your Bangkok getaway? If so, look no further than Khaosan Palace! This hotel along Khao San Road stays true to its Thai roots and features traditional designs and ornaments in its rooms. The hotel also features free WiFi in all rooms - talk about a great deal!
  • Sukhumvit - an all-star district
If you're a traveler with a modern taste and a knack for an exquisite neighborhood, you'll feel right at home in Sukhumvit. As one of Bangkok's major cosmopolitan areas, Sukhumvit features plenty of attractions, restaurants, and international cuisines along its busy streets. 
  • Park Plaza Sukhumvit Bangkok
Only a few meters away from Lumphini Plaza. Park Plaza Sukhumvit Bangkok boasts a fitness center that overlooks the city, a swimming pool on the top floor, and an in-house restaurant serving international flavors. Previous guests loved the cleanliness of the property and their all-smiles staff that helped make their Bangkok vacation even more enjoyable! 

How much is the accommodation in Bangkok?

  • Luxury
Being the most visited city in the world means that Bangkok has a handful of 5-star hotels ready to serve nothing short of luxury for its guests. The cost of a stay in the best-rated hotels in Wireless Road, one of Bangkok's famous neighborhoods, starts at 300 USD (10,300 THB). 
  • Midrange
Mid-ranged hotels in Bangkok lets you experience a comfortable stay while still staying within your budget. Bangkok's famous tourist districts, such as Silom and Siam, are home to various mid-ranged hotels with their specialties. Most mid-range hotels in Bangkok come with an outdoor swimming pool and an in-house gym, with some featuring their own restaurant. 
The cost of the best mid-range hotels in Bangkok ranges from 120 USD (4100 THB) to 250 USD (8500 THB), depending on room size and amenities. 
  • Budget
Bangkok has plenty of budget hotels in its busiest and most sought-after districts. Known as one of the most affordable cities for tourism worldwide, you would expect that these budget accommodations would still provide you with a comfortable experience for your Bangkok trip. 
The value hostels and lodges near Sukhumvit and Khao San can cost as low as 10 USD (350 THB) a night. 

How much is the average cost of a SIM Card in Bangkok?

You can avail of a 4G Sim Card in the airport for only 4 USD (150 THB). This sim has 3GB worth of data available for 8 days. There are also various options for data packages and inclusions for each sim. Sim cards at the Bangkok Airport range from 1.5 USD (50 THB) to 40 USD (1500 THB), depending on inclusions. 
Sim cards bought from the airport are not subject to Thailand's sim card registry law. 

Guide to Bangkok

  • Airport name: Suvarnabhumi Airport
  • Airport code: BKK
  • Currency: Thai Baht
  • Exchange rate: 1 Thai Baht = 0.030 USD & 1 USD = 35 Thai Baht
  • Language: Thai, English
  • Time difference: GMT+7
  • Weather(C/F): 35° / 27°
  • Popular airline: Thai Airways


  • How many airports are there in Bangkok?
Thailand's capital city currently has two airports serving its major areas -  Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK).  Most flights coming from the west (USA, Canada, Europe, and other further countries) will land at Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Flights from neighboring countries and most Asian countries will land at Don Mueang International Airport. 
  • How can I find the best flight deal to Bangkok?
Make sure to book your trip ahead of time for the best flight deals and most affordable prices. Flight rates tend to go higher the nearer your booking date is to your departure date.  Traveloka lets you compare the rates of the available flights from multiple airlines. For an easier way to compare the prices online, book with Traveloka. 
  • Which is the cheapest airport in Bangkok?
Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) generally has cheaper flight options to Bangkok. However, Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) is more accessible to public transport, being linked to the Airport Rail Link. You must consider your transportation once you've arrived in Bangkok if you choose the DMK Airport. 
  • Can I get a direct flight to Bangkok airport? 
The availability of a direct flight to Bangkok depends on the airline and your location. Most flights from Asia are direct flights to Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK). Meanwhile, flights from the west (USA, Europe, and other distant countries) would usually have to do a connecting flight from Taipei, Seoul, or Hong Kong. 
  • Can I get free Wi-Fi in Bangkok airport?
Yes! Free Wi-Fi is available at Suvarnabhumi Airport. You can connect your mobile device for up to 2 hours at the airport daily. If you do not have a mobile device, you can also use the internet kiosks in the airport's passenger terminal. 
  • Can I find a prayer room at Bangkok airport?
You can find a Muslim Prayer Room on the third floor of Suvarnabhumi Airport. Another prayer room can be found at Gate E of the departure area on the same floor. 
  • Tips for finding cheap flights to Bangkok?
You will find affordable flight tickets to Bangkok if you schedule your vacation during the lean season (July-October.) However, if you want to enjoy Bangkok at its finest (during the cold season), you may want to book your tickets ahead of time. You can also follow Traveloka on social media and keep track of our promos and discount codes for a budget-friendly way to plan your Bangkok vacation!
  • Which airlines offer direct flights to Bangkok?
If you're from Asia, Thai Air has daily direct flights to Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport. Thai Airways also fly 9-hour direct flights from Sydney to Bangkok.  
  • What are the travel & COVID regulations in Bangkok?
Since January 2023, Thailand has no longer required pre-departure COVID-19 testing for all tourists. Travelers coming to Bangkok also do not need to provide proof of vaccination once arriving at the airport. However, certain districts in Thailand still require masks and proper sanitation in some public areas.

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