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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Bangkok?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $151 and $409 for one-way flights to Bangkok for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
KUL Bangkok Jan 16 - Jan 30 $151
KUL Bangkok Jan 16 - Jan 30 $151
SIN Bangkok Jan 17 - Jan 20 $162
SIN Bangkok Jan 17 - Jan 20 $162
HKG Bangkok Jan 20 - Jan 27 $233
HKG Bangkok Jan 20 - Jan 27 $266
NRT Bangkok Mar 3 - Mar 7 $410
NRT Bangkok Mar 3 - Mar 7 $410
PVG Bangkok Feb 1 - Mar 1 $471
LAX Bangkok Feb 12 - Feb 21 $493
CAN Bangkok Feb 1 - Feb 6 $1,570
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
HKG Bangkok Nov 28 - Dec 1 $252
SIN Bangkok Nov 28 - Dec 1 $392
KUL Bangkok Nov 28 - Dec 2 $468
LAX Bangkok Nov 29 - Dec 16 $942
*Prices include taxes and fees

Flight Review

Mar 24, 2020

Wheel chair assistance in Doha wasn't good.

Feb 20, 2020

Overall Lot better than most airlines in america. Thank you so much

Feb 12, 2020

Overall the best experience to date on any airline. Excellent customer service.

Feb 8, 2020

the transfer process in the Hong Kong Airport was poor at best. Airport staff were not helpful and would not even answer questions, just pointed Cathay Check in for boarding has been the best of any airline I've traveled. Very orderly and controled

Feb 4, 2020

Seats are way too small -the man next to me was partly on top of me and my seat. Staff was great. Thank you for having kosher food.

Jan 30, 2020

Super job

Jan 23, 2020

Terrible food; plenty of legroom

Jan 6, 2020

Staff was very accommodating to my needs & requests.

Jan 4, 2020

Actually departed Kathmandu less than 2 hours late. Rare event for Thai and Kathmandu airport.

Dec 28, 2019

Glad premium seats were offered or I wouldn't have gone.

Dec 22, 2019

Pros: Friendly staff, we were well taken care of. Cons: seats were horrible. No leg room & if you needed to get up so did everyone in your row. If person in front of you leaned seat back to rest, you could kiss the back of seat, that's just how close it was in your face. Terrible to be squeezed in like that for 13 hours. Shame on all airlines that test your customers like cattle & all for more profits. Corporations No longer out customers first. It's all about cold hard cash!

Dec 19, 2019

Great Airline.

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Bangkok Flight Information

Traveling toBangkok
Lowest Price$151
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingEVA Airways, Cathay Pacific, American Airlines, Japan Airlines, China Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways, Philippine Airlines, United, JetBlue Airways, Etihad Airways
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FAQs about flights from Airport () to Bangkok Airport (BKK)

Which airlines fly to Bangkok?

When it comes to locking in your flight, it's nice to have some variety. A total of 19 airlines fly to the city of Bangkok, including:

  • Thai AirAsia
  • Nok Air
  • Virgin Australia
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What airport is best to fly into Bangkok?

Don't get hit with an exorbitant cab fare to your accommodations after touching down in Bangkok. The city is home to two airports. Look into the flights to both to determine which option suits you best. Bangkok Airport (BKK-Suvarnabhumi Intl.) is 16 miles from the bright lights downtown, while Bangkok Airport (DMK-Don Mueang Intl.) is approximately 12 miles away.

Where to stay in Bangkok

There's nothing as satisfying as getting into bed after a big day of seeing the sights. With an impressive 4,052 properties in Bangkok, you can take your pick of the cushiest of them.

If you're looking for someplace stylish to base yourself, slip between the soft sheets at the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. Alternatively, hit the hay at the Good Day Hostel. It's a fine choice if you're on a smaller budget.

Create fantastic new memories while you explore Grand Palace. This iconic attraction is an easy distance away from a range of properties, such as The Thai House and the Arom d Hostel. So why not base yourself close by and learn why it's such a crowd pleaser?

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Bangkok

Make your flight to Bangkok a little easier by following these practical security tips:

  • Make sure your passport and boarding pass are not difficult to reach. You'll need to produce them straightaway.
  • Keep in mind that belts with metal buckles can set off the body scanner's alarms. If you have one on, you may be instructed to place it in a tray before continuing.
  • Laptops must be taken out of their carry bags and placed in a tub before going through the X-ray machine.
  • When you approach the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to place all creams, gels and liquids in a separate tub for scanning. Make sure they're all stored in containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Airport security personnel will likely ask you to take off your shoes for the body scanner. Pick a pair that you can take off easily. There's nothing more annoying than having to do up your laces over and over again.
  • Some places have stringent quarantine laws. Think about where you're off to and whether or not you can travel with fresh fruit and meat.

Flights To Bangkok

Everyone can count the number of seeds in an apple, but no one can count the number of apples in a seed. From small, humble beginnings grow wonderful, impressive things—like a single apple seed becoming an entire orchard. During the 15th century, Bangkok was little more than a small trading post. Since that time, it has become the most populated city in all of Thailand. The capital city has everything from sprawling urban centers to ancient historical sites, and this is likely why countless tourists make their way to Bangkok every year. You'll want to seek out cheap flights to Bangkok, because once you step away from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK), you don't want a lack of funds to impact your fun in the expansive mix of yesteryear and tomorrow. And, the best place to find incredible deals on tickets to Bangkok is right here with Travelocity.

Transportation from BKK

If you're looking to experience Bangkok on your own time, feel free to rent a vehicle at the airport terminal. Due to heavy traffic, though, you might want to find hotels near Suvarnabhumi International Airport to help cut down on your commute time. A renewed commitment by municipal leaders to ease highway congestion has resulted in a growing number of public transportation options linking BKK to downtown to reduce the number of cars on the interstate. This means you can take the Airport Rail Link to your destinations much easier than you could drive there. There is also a taxi stand outside the arrival hall, but since drivers aren't well-regulated, sticking with public transit might be a better idea.

Hotels Near BKK

As soon as your Bangkok flights land, you’ll draw in a deep breath of anticipation, and exhale exciting determination as you begin your Thailand adventure. Before you begin exploring, you’ll probably want to check in at your resort. Here are some of our favorite hotels close to BKK airport:

  • Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok – This amazing property situated along the River of Kings will have you living like royalty during your stay thanks to its award-winning hospitality. From the waterfront gardens that serve as a lush oasis amid concrete and steel, to the luxurious suites that offer sweeping vistas of the cityscape, everything about the Shangri-La is extraordinary.
  • lebua at State Tower – Dubbed the premier hotel in Thailand, the lebua rises from the city streets below in a monolith that houses contemporary-styled apartment suites, five culinarily creative eateries, two exclusive rooftop bars, and some of Bangkok’s best views. Add to that an outdoor bar-side pool, state-of-the-art business center, and poolside fitness room, and you may never want to leave the property.
  • The Sukhothai Bangkok – Find your personal sea of serenity in this tranquil treasure amid the modern madness. Harmony and balance are on display and modern conveniences are available throughout this exquisite resort. Enjoy a rejuvenating treatment at Spa Botanica, and treat your taste-buds with a meal at one of five on-site eateries that include a chocolate buffet and the “Best Restaurant in Thailand” as voted by Travel and Leisure magazine.
  • Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport – Located inside BKK airport, the Novotel is a perfect option for the business traveler, those in town for a short layover, and anyone wanting a convenient locale to serve as home base for a Bangkok adventure. Not your typical airport accommodations, guests enjoy 4-star comfort, upscale décor, and spa-inspired amenities.

Things to Do Near BKK

The entire city of Bangkok is an adventure to itself, no matter what your itinerary holds in store. If you truly want to experience everything the city has to offer (even if you are only in town on a short layover), make sure to include these attractions near Suvarnabhumi International.

  • Khao San Road – Stretch your legs after your long flight with a stroll among the vendors, artists, and food stands in this former rice-market turned tourist attraction. You’ll see lots of backpackers indulging in local flavors like fried insects, playful cocktails, and culturally inspired handcrafts.
  • Wat Pho Temple – Visit the Reclining Buddha in Bangkok’s largest and oldest temple—which also happens to be the birthplace of Thai massage. There is more to see than the sleeping Siddhartha, though. Wander the grounds to admire intricate murals, golden Buddha statues, and seemingly countless images of the “Enlightened One.”
  • Grand Palace – Elaborate, ornate, and extravagant, the Grand Palace has served as the home to the Thai King since its construction in 1782. In addition to the many paintings depicting the country’s history, the priceless Emerald Buddha is also on display on the opulent palace.

Explore Bangkok

Flights to Bangkok, Thailand are only the beginning of an amazing journey. You'll experience some of the most beautiful historical architecture in the world when visiting the Grand Palace, Wat Saket, and Wat PhraKaew. Although some individuals who opt for vacation packages—bundling your hotel and airfare to Bangkok together—are more focused on spiritual journeys, including sites like the Golden Buddha and the Erawan Shrine, you might be just as excited to visit Safari World or the Dusit Zoo. Make sure to start out your trip right using Travelocity, where you'll save a temple’s treasure when you book your hotel and flight to Bangkok at the same time.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.