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Thai Airways Flights to Bangkok (BKK)

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  1. Frankfurt (FRA) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    FRA-BKK

    03/09/2020

    BKK-FRA

    18/09/2020

    EUR619
  2. Munich (MUC) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MUC-BKK

    11/05/2020

    BKK-MUC

    29/05/2020

    EUR606
  3. Berlin (QYG) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    QYG-BKK

    27/10/2020

    BKK-QYG

    15/11/2020

    EUR606
  4. Berlin (BER) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BER-BKK

    16/05/2020

    BKK-BER

    05/06/2020

    EUR636
  5. Stuttgart (STR) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    STR-BKK

    20/08/2020

    BKK-STR

    18/09/2020

    EUR648
  6. Hanover (HAJ) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    HAJ-BKK

    18/06/2020

    BKK-HAJ

    19/07/2020

    EUR638
  7. Hamburg (HAM) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    HAM-BKK

    18/09/2020

    BKK-HAM

    04/10/2020

    EUR639
  8. Dusseldorf (DUS) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    DUS-BKK

    18/11/2020

    BKK-DUS

    16/12/2020

    EUR643
  9. Nuremberg (NUE) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    NUE-BKK

    17/08/2020

    BKK-NUE

    01/09/2020

    EUR670
  10. Cologne (CGN) to Bangkok (BKK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CGN-BKK

    01/06/2020

    BKK-CGN

    20/06/2020

    EUR630

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Thai Airways Flights to Bangkok (BKK)

Traveling to Bangkok

Overview

Bangkok is a city that takes hold of all the senses; a kind of infectious energy seems to seep from every crack of its noisy, Tuk-tuk-crowded streets, where ramshackle buildings cower in the shadows of megamalls, pulsating bars and glossy skyscrapers. For respite from the madness, search for hidden-away Wats (temples) where orange-robed monks meditate.

Getting around

Buses, taxis and the city’s iconic Tuk-tuks are all good ways to get around without breaking the bank. Bangkok’s roads are susceptible to gridlock however, so if things are looking clogged, opt for the BTS Skytrain or the underground MRT rail system instead. For riverside destinations, boats and water taxis are best.

See & do

Bangkok’s attractions run the gamut from the spiritual to the sleazy. There are countless temples to explore, most famously Wat Phra Kaew (The Temple of the Emerald Buddha) in the Grand Palace complex. This famous spot contains the gleaming green 14th-century Emerald Buddha, which is – contrary to its name – made entirely from jade. Admire Asian art and Thai architecture at the Jim Thompson House compound, the former home of an American Thai silk magnate, or explore Vimanmek Palace, a mammoth 80-room teak mansion.

Travelers willing to part with some of their cash will find an eclectic shopping scene. Browse modern malls for global brands or head to the old-style Damnoen Saduak Floating market, where wooden vessels loaded with fresh fruit, vegetables and other produce float on the water’s surface. Chinatown’s wooden shop fronts, stalls and street-side restaurants, as well as the nearby Pak Klong Talad Flower market, make this district well worth a wander.

If the urban commotion becomes too much, escape to the relative peace of the Chao Phraya River and the city’s network of canals where charming stilt houses and old-fashioned bridges still stand. When dusk beckons, ascend to roof level where swanky bars serve cocktails over sunset. As the night progresses, revelers crowd the dance floors of the city’s impressive spectrum of clubs.

Hidden gems

Even when you think you’ve exhausted all of Bangkok’s top picks, rest assured there is always more to discover here. On the lesser-explored Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River, you’ll find the Baan Silapin Artist’s home, where Thai folklore is brought to life through puppet performances, while Bangkok’s Chinatown hosts Chinese opera productions.

For anyone with an interest in anatomy, the fascinating (if somewhat macabre) displays of the Siriraj Medical Museum are a great afternoon’s diversion. For after dark, the open-air Asiatique  Riverfront night bazaar has more than 1,500 boutiques and 40 restaurants, as well as cabaret shows.

Food & drink

Eating well in Bangkok requires you to follow your nose. Just wander the streets and note the fragrant aromas, which will lead to the sizzling woks and steaming pots of street-side vendors. Almost any Thai dish you can think of, from pad Thai and spring rolls to a multitude of spicy noodle dishes and simple stir fries, can be found out in the open air here – all you need to do is order and grab a chair. Among the best places for a quick bite on the go are Bangkok’s Old Town, Chinatown and the Saphan Lueng strip. Ubiquitous dishes include Khao kha moo (braised pork leg on rice) and Khao mun gai (Thai-style Hainanese chicken and rice).

Weather in Bangkok

Friday sky is clear
31°C 24/01/2020
Saturday light rain
29°C 25/01/2020
Sunday overcast clouds
29°C 26/01/2020
Monday scattered clouds
28°C 27/01/2020
Tuesday scattered clouds
26°C 28/01/2020
Wednesday scattered clouds
27°C 29/01/2020
Thursday light rain
29°C 30/01/2020
Generated by: OpenWeatherMap.org