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Thailand Overview

Thailand is a country full of amazing possibilities. It is a destination where you can have the best time with your friends or family. The aesthetic excellence of Thailand combined with the perfect weather and palm fringed beaches promises a whale of a time to anyone flying to the country. Thailand is a colourful mèlange where there is something to interest everybody. From Bangkok's nightlife and gastronomical excellence to the exciting times you can spend at Koh Samui and Phuket beach islands. Pattaya is the place to be if you are looking to live it up, dancing the night away at parties that go on till early morning hours. You will love Chiang Mai for its cool climate and natural beauty.

Flight Tickets to Thailand

Book your tickets to Thailand at least three months in advance to enjoy biggest savings. Airfares remain pretty consistent all throughout the year but there is usually a slight dip in the fares around April to June, when the heat at its peak in the country. Thai Airways is one of the few airlines offering non-stop flights to Thailand from London. The flight time between London and Bangkok is over 11hrs. You can choose to book a connecting flight to BKK with any of the several airlines. Air India, Gulf Air, Etihad and Oman Air are some of the carriers departing London Heathrow and arriving in Bangkok via a stopover at their respective hubs.

Flights to Thailand from UK Airports

Most of the key UK airports have Thailand flights. London Heathrow has regular flights to Bangkok with Thai Airways offering non-stop service on the route. Indirect flights to Bangkok are operated by Indian state carrier Air India, UAE's national airline, Etihad and around a dozen of other operators. If you are flying from Manchester, there are again several options for you. You can fly with Emirates, Etihad or Cathay Pacific, however as of now, unlike Heathrow there are no non-stop flights from Manchester.
Remember to discover cheap flights to Thailand's most popular holiday destinations from the UK at Travel Trolley.

Thailand - Quick Facts for Travellers

Language: Thai; English is widely spoken.

Time Zone: (UTC+7)

London to Thailand (Bangkok): 11 Hours 25 minutes-approx (Direct flight)

Currency: Baht

British High commission: 14 Wireless Road
Lumpini
Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330
Thailand

Basic Visa Requirement for British Passport Holders: British passport holders can enter Thailand for 30 days without a visa. You can extend your stay once, from the expiry date of the original visa, for up to 30 days. Do consult the FCO website for updated visa info.

Best time to visit Thailand

Most of Thailand is hot and humid all throughout the year, but the humidity is at its lowest between November and February. This is the dry season and also the most popular time to book tickets to the country. If you are not too fond of rains, you may want to skip Bangkok in October. It can be very hot in the city in the month of April, but you can easily find cheap flights to Bangkok for the month. If you are planning to go to the north of the country, February is the best time. It's cool but not chilly.

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