Information about flights from London to Bangkok
Search our website and find cheap flights from London – Bangkok. Whatever the purpose of your visit, you are sure to experience something special when in Bangkok. The city has infinite layers which need to be explored and to save you time researching here are a few of the things you should visit during your stay.
You can start your visit by taking a walk to the Old City and experience some of the stunning architecture that is famous worldwide. Here you can also find top international restaurants, and the best part of eating here is the value for money as prices are very cheap when compared with London. If feel your feet starting to hurt from all the walking, then take a pit stop for a foot massage in Siam, something the locals are very famous for.
The Temple of Dawn, or as referred to by the locals, the Wat Arun. This is an impressive tower and a very popular tourist attraction, found on the west bank Chao Phraya River. Rest assured that, like its name, you will witness its stunning beauty at sunset but also at night when the tower is all illuminated.
Looking for something more authentic during your visit? Then visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Here you can taste one of the ready-to-drink coconut juices as well as the local food cooked on floating kitchens. Whether you purchase something or not, this market will remain in your memories forever. Another famous market is that of Chatuchak Weekend Market where you can buy clothes with a choice of over 8,000 stalls!
Other popular attractions include the Grand Palace and Wat Prakeaw. The Grand Palace is a very popular landmark and amazing architecture attracts thousands of visitors every year. To visit this sacred place it is important you are dressed appropriately to be allowed inside. The Wat Prakeaw is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand it is definitely a must see.
If you want to visit a museum with a difference, then the Bangkok Forensic Museum is the right one for you! Here you will not find pieces of art, but as the name depicts, you will be looking at skeletons and other parts of the human body. We will not go into detail, but a visit here will definitely give you something to talk about when you return home!
Bangkok is a city where the old meets the new. Thai Food galore. Easy to get around the city and so much more! Go ahead, look for cheap flights from London to Bangkok and add more extraordinary memories to your travel repertoire.
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Flight offers Bangkok in March
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Cost of living in London compared with Bangkok
|Food and beverages||London||Bangkok||Difference|
|Beer (0.5 liter)||£2.00||£1.00||-50%|
|Meal at McDonald's||£5.00||£4.00||-20%|
|Water (0.33 liter)||£1.00||-||-|
|Taxi starting price (normal tariff)||£4.00||£1.00||-75%|
|1 summer dress in a chain store (Zara, H&M,...)||£31.00||£26.00||-16%|
|1 pair of jeans (Levi's 501 or similar)||£64.00||£47.00||-27%|
|Average monthly disposable salary (net)||£2,107.00||£587.00||-72%|
Cheap flights from United Kingdom cities to Bangkok
Departing on Sunday, 14 May 2017 and returning on Monday, 15 May 2017
Cheap flights from outside of United Kingdom to Bangkok
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