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Thai Airways Flights to Fukuoka (FUK)

Popular Offers for Tickets to Fukuoka*

  1. BKK-FUK

    Bangkok (BKK) to Fukuoka (FUK)



    THB 15,405

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. SIN-FUK

    Singapore (SIN) to Fukuoka (FUK)



    SGD 620

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. CNX-FUK

    Chiang Mai (CNX) to Fukuoka (FUK)



    THB 25,105

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. RGN-FUK

    Yangon (RGN) to Fukuoka (FUK)



    USD 839

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. KUL-FUK

    Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Fukuoka (FUK)



    MYR 2,130

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. SGN-FUK

    Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) to Fukuoka (FUK)



    USD 515

    ​Round trip | Economy

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

Compare Airfare Deals to Fukuoka*

  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - FUK


    FUK - BKK


    THB 21,320
  2. Singapore (SIN) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SIN - FUK


    FUK - SIN


    SGD 623
  3. Chiang Mai (CNX) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CNX - FUK


    FUK - CNX


    THB 23,940
  4. Sydney (SYD) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SYD - FUK


    FUK - SYD


    AUD 1,003
  5. Melbourne (MEL) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MEL - FUK


    FUK - MEL


    AUD 1,032
  6. Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KUL - FUK


    FUK - KUL


    MYR 2,822
  7. Brisbane (BNE) to Fukuoka (FUK)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BNE - FUK


    FUK - BNE


    AUD 955

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

Thai Airways Flights to Fukuoka (FUK)

Traveling to Fukuoka


The largest city on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu, Fukuoka is actually two towns merged into one: Hakata on one bank of the Nakagawa River and Fukuoka’s Old Town on the other. A historic place with easy access to Kyushu’s stunning interior, it’s a city that offers plenty for adventurous tourists.

Getting around

Fukuoka’s subway service runs from the city’s airport through to the city centre. There are three lines in total. Bus services can be found running from the main train station at Hakata. Flat–rate passes help make using the city’s ultra reliable public transport an affordable alternative to taxis.

See & do

Fukuoka’s draw is its slow pace, a world away from the neon of Osaka and the relentless speed of Tokyo. This is perhaps best seen at the stunning Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine on the edge of town. Associated with Tenjin, the Shinto god of learning, its peaceful gardens come alive with students dressed in traditional costume praying for good luck in their exams. But even if you’re not studying, coming here is worthwhile. The perfectly kept ponds and lawns and the immaculate temples put it on a par with the more well-known religious sites of Kyoto.

For a taste of more modern culture, head to the peerless Fukuoka Asian Art Museum. This gallery is dedicated to modern Asian art in all its forms, from sculpture to sound pieces. It’s designed to reflect the Asia of today, hence there’s no traditional work on show. The Fukuoka Art Museum, however, does house some ancient Buddhist artefacts and pottery dating back to the city’s time as Japan’s key trading post with mainland Asia.

Fukuoka-jo, the city’s castle, may now be a ruin, but its grounds offer unparalleled views of the city, and the nearby parks are perfect for a rest after a long day.

Hidden gems

Japan’s love of cats is legendary. And if you’re into all things feline, Fukuoka has a treat in store. Nearby Ainoshima Island, easily reached from town, is home to thousands of strays and is certainly a step up from the usual cat cafés.

Architecture buffs should be sure to visit Tenjin Chuo-koen, home to a number of old western buildings. The former Prefectural Hall is over 100 years old, a rarity in a country where so many buildings are brand new. The nearby gardens are also worth wandering around if you have the time.

Food & drink

Fukuoka is all about ramen. Finding somewhere that sells this heady broth is easy. Just look out for the yatai, or street stalls, which crop up at night along the riverside in the city centre. Alternatively, try Ramen Stadium, which has eight different ramen restaurants, all of which hit the spot.

The covered market at Yanagibashi is well loved by locals shopping for fresh produce. There are a number of food stalls here, but if you try just one thing, make it Yanagibashi’s own fish burger. Wash it all down with a uniquely blended tea, readily available throughout the market.

Weather in Fukuoka

Saturday light rain
10°C 19/01/2019
Sunday light rain
10°C 20/01/2019
Monday sky is clear
7°C 21/01/2019
Tuesday few clouds
9°C 22/01/2019
Wednesday light rain
10°C 23/01/2019
Thursday light rain
12°C 24/01/2019
Friday light rain
5°C 25/01/2019
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