So you're thinking about holidays in Thailand and your budget is low. Here are some tips on how to get the best value for money in Thailand. There are currently many international airports in Thailand. These international airports are located in Bangkok, Hat Yai, Krabi, Phuket and Koh Samui.
For the majority of tourists, however, Bangkok flies to Suvarnabhumi Airport. The price of Thai flights usually depends on the season. The peak season usually runs from mid-November to mid-February. This is because the weather is the best. Please note that charges for flights between mid-December and New Year due to holidays are charged.
The other periods that are very popular in July and August are school holidays. In general, it is very difficult to visit Thailand for these peak seasons. It is likely that you will have to book several months in order to win lower-priced airframes to Thailand during these peak periods. So don't avoid these peak times if you want cheaper flights.
The cheapest way for regional airports in Thailand is to buy an air ticket to Bangkok and then on a domestic flight. Many domestic airlines serve many parts of Thailand.
If you want to go to Phuket, you have the opportunity to go from Sydney to JetStar if you come from Australia. Direct flights from the following international airports:
Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia Airlines and Air Asia
Singapore – Singapore Airlines and Silk Air
Seoul – Korean air
Hong Kong – Cathay Pacific and Dragonair
Penang – Firefly
If you want to go to Koh Samui, you can start direct flights:
Singapore and Hong Kong – Bangkok Airways
Kuala Lumpur – Berjaya Airlines and Firefly
Penang – Firefly
If you are traveling to Krabi, you can also start direct flights:
Kuala Lumpur – Firefly
Oslo and Munich – Krabi Airlines
Is the easiest and most convenient way to reach Thailand to travel from London to Bangkok with Qantas Airways, British Airways, Thai A irways and E va Airways. The total journey time to Bangkok will be about 11 1/2 hours.
The above-mentioned airlines generally consider the prices reasonable for competitors of other airlines. This will cost you about £ 500, including low season taxes. During the peak season, he will pay about £ 730 along with the tax.
Depending on the number of stops, the journey takes 2 to 12 hours if necessary. Unknown flights are launched from the UK and Ireland regional airports.
In addition to these options, if it is more convenient for you, you can fly to other international airports to join Bangkok, for example:
Frankfurt – Lufthansa
Zurich – Swissair
Abu Dhabi – Etihad
Dubai – Emirates
Source by Joe T Peters