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Arriving at Thailand

Cheap flights to Thailand are easily accessible since most Asian and international airlines fly to Bangkok daily. There are also direct international flights to Phuket, Hat Yai, Chiang Mai, Phuket Krabi, and Udon Thani. Cheap flights to Thailand are also sold in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Thailand’s national air carrier is the THAI Airways. Bangkok Airways is another local airline offering cheap Thailand flights to domestic destinations. Thailand Airport is well appointed with tourist and passenger information stations for queries and travel details. WiFi service is readily accessible at the lobby, in some shops, cafes, and restaurants.

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Getting Around

Going around Thailand is easy because there are many forms of public transportation available. The government-owned bus company BKS has a stop in every province, and there are other private bus companies that offer the same fare rates. When riding a bus, you can choose from different accommodations: first class, second class, VIP, and express routes. Another interesting Thai public transport is the songthaew, an improvised truck fitted with benches on either side. These are known locally as “minibuses”. Another tourist favorite is the tuk-tuk, a three-wheeled motorcycle attached to a passenger carriage. Riding taxicabs is also a convenient way to get around Thai cities, especially in Chiang Mai.

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Main attractions

Thailand is famous for its white sand beaches and tropical islands. Ko Chang and Ko Lipe are two of the many islets great for diving, snorkelling, and other water sports. Phuket is a real beach bum mecca and is also a home to posh resort hotels. The Ko Pha Ngan is famous for its Full Moon Part along its beautiful coastline. If you arrive from Bangkok, Ko Samet is the nearest beach getaway. Thailand is known, too, for its diverse flora and fauna. A must-see are the Khao Yai National Park and the Khao Sok National Park for their wildlife reserves.

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Shopping, Dining and Night Life

Thailand is South East Asia’s shopper’s paradise. You can get cheap finds at the local stalls and at the public markets where you purchase fancy clothing, jewelry, fruits, street food, and handicrafts, at bargain prices. Almost every town in Bangkok has a night market. Chiang Mai is famous for its Night Bazaar. Weekend bazaars are also buzzing with antique dealers and fresh produce sellers. When shopping in Thai bazaars, you are always expected to haggle, as vendors tend to jack up their prices. Thai cuisine is a gastronomic delight. Food is cheap in open-air food courts that line the streets offering curries, shakes, fresh fruits, fish, and stir-fried noodles.

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Flight stats for Thailand - did you know?
  • There are 48 airports in Thailand and the 5 biggest are
  • Suvarnabhumi Intl (Bangkok, Thailand)
    • Right now, 116 airlines operate out of Suvarnabhumi Intl.
    • Suvarnabhumi Intl offers nonstop flights to 149 cities.
    • Every week, at least 2,969 domestic flights and 4,039 international flights depart from Suvarnabhumi Intl.
  • Phuket Intl Airport (Phuket, Thailand)
    • Right now, 76 airlines operate out of Phuket Intl Airport.
    • Phuket Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 50 cities.
    • Every week, at least 955 domestic flights and 616 international flights depart from Phuket Intl Airport.
  • Don Muang Airport (Bangkok, Thailand)
    • Right now, 15 airlines operate out of Don Muang Airport.
    • Don Muang Airport offers nonstop flights to 89 cities.
    • Every week, at least 943 domestic flights and 513 international flights depart from Don Muang Airport.
  • Koh Samui Airport (Ko Samui, Thailand)
    • Right now, 29 airlines operate out of Koh Samui Airport.
    • Koh Samui Airport offers nonstop flights to 13 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,093 domestic flights and 203 international flights depart from Koh Samui Airport.
  • Chiang Mai Intl Airport (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
    • Right now, 57 airlines operate out of Chiang Mai Intl Airport.
    • Chiang Mai Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 34 cities.
    • Every week, at least 722 domestic flights and 142 international flights depart from Chiang Mai Intl Airport.
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