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Thai Airways Flights to Oslo (OSL)

Popular Offers for Tickets to Oslo*

  1. BKK-OSL

    Bangkok (BKK) to Oslo (OSL)



    THB 28,345

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. MNL-OSL

    Manila (MNL) to Oslo (OSL)



    USD 621

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. SGN-OSL

    Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) to Oslo (OSL)



    USD 1,049

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. KUL-OSL

    Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Oslo (OSL)



    MYR 3,100

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. SIN-OSL

    Singapore (SIN) to Oslo (OSL)



    SGD 2,121

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. CGK-OSL

    Jakarta (CGK) to Oslo (OSL)



    IDR 10,166,500

    ​Round trip | Economy

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

Compare Airfare Deals to Oslo*

  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - OSL


    OSL - BKK


    THB 32,535
  2. Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SGN - OSL


    OSL - SGN


    USD 954
  3. Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KUL - OSL


    OSL - KUL


    MYR 3,100
  4. Taipei (TPE) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    TPE - OSL


    OSL - TPE


    TWD 25,356
  5. Singapore (SIN) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SIN - OSL


    OSL - SIN


    SGD 1,151
  6. Bali (Denpasar) (DPS) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    DPS - OSL


    OSL - DPS


    IDR 8,706,500
  7. Guangzhou (CAN) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    CAN - OSL


    OSL - CAN


    CNY 4,788
  8. Melbourne (MEL) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MEL - OSL


    OSL - MEL


    AUD 1,413
  9. Hong Kong (HKG) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    HKG - OSL


    OSL - HKG


    HKD 6,835
  10. Sydney (SYD) to Oslo (OSL)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SYD - OSL


    OSL - SYD


    AUD 1,269

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

Thai Airways Flights to Oslo (OSL)

Traveling to Oslo


Perched at the top of the icy Oslofjord, the Norwegian capital is one of those rare cities that combines cutting-edge architecture with breathtaking natural beauty. For all that, it also manages to be a cosmopolitan place, replete with interesting museums, chic boutiques, quirky locals and charming kerbside cafés.

Getting around

Taxis are expensive, while cars - although easily hired - are rendered largely unnecessary by Oslo’s small size. Instead, do what the locals do and make the most of the city’s comprehensive public transport network which includes buses, the T-Bane metro system, trams, trains and ferries. Cycling and walking are also popular in the summer.

See & do

While most head straight for Oslo’s magnificent Tarald Lundevall-designed opera house, a good starting point for first-timers is the lovely Akershus Slott castle, a towering medieval fortress that has glowered out over the Oslofjord since 1299. Despite a 17th-century renovation, it’s not hard to imagine Vikings lining its friable stone parapets, while part of the interior has been turned over to a museum charting the exploits of another band of brave Norwegians: the heroes of the city’s WWII resistance movement.

Away from the water, Oslo’s central district is home to a panoply of interesting museums, including the Nasjonalgalleriet which is home to a version of Edvard Munch’s The Scream, as well as a small collection of works by Picasso and Cézanne among others. The nearby Oslo Domkirke cathedral is also worth a look – if only to marvel at the spectacular stained-glass windows created by local sculptor Gustav Vigeland.

Vigeland is also celebrated in a sculpture park located in the forested Frogner district, which contains 200 bronze, granite and cast iron examples of his work. Next door is the famous Frognerbadet, an open-air swimming complex that tends to be packed to the rafters on sunny summer weekends.

Hidden gems

Unpleasant in winter, the Oslofjord comes into its own in the summer and is the place to go for kayak and boat expeditions that venture south and to some of the many islands dotted along its length. The fjord is also home to Bygdøy – a peninsula that juts out into its depths and is the site of the excellent Vikingskipshuset, which contains not one but two perfectly preserved Viking ships.

Just as interesting is the northern Nordmarka wilderness area; a 430-square-km stretch crisscrossed with skiing and walking trails. Don’t forget to stop at Holmenkollen, which is home to an Olympic-standard ski jump as well as a quirky museum dedicated to the sport.

Food & drink

Eating out in Oslo doesn’t come cheap but while prices are high, there’s no shortage of bang for your buck – particularly if you plump for local eats. If you’re happy to go all out, the distinguished – and Michelin-starred - Spisestedet Feinschmecker in Frogner is a tasty place to splash the cash, while Südøst is slightly cheaper and marries Scandinavian seasonal eating with Asian flavours.

Hos Thea is another gem that combines fresh produce with creative thinking, while Smia Galleri is a favourite with well-heeled locals. For post-dinner drinks, try hipster bar Summit which has views over the Oslofjord that are second to none.

Weather in Oslo

Monday few clouds
-5°C 19/11/2018
Tuesday light snow
-5°C 20/11/2018
Wednesday light snow
1°C 21/11/2018
Thursday sky is clear
-6°C 22/11/2018
Friday sky is clear
-4°C 23/11/2018
Saturday sky is clear
-8°C 24/11/2018
Sunday sky is clear
-4°C 25/11/2018
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