Named the world's best city by Travel + Leisure magazine, Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and an exotic city of contrasts. This wonderful travel destination has gleaming Buddhist temples which co-exist peacefully with the modern skyscrapers. One of the greatest highlights of the city is its mouth-watering local dishes served at the street stalls as well as the famous floating markets.
When to visit Bangkok
The period between late October and March is an ideal time to visit the city, as the weather around this time of the year is characterised by comfortable daytime temperatures. Even if the temperatures happen to rise to a certain level, the humidity levels and precipitation remain at their lowest. With cheap flights to Bangkok, you can have greater savings to enjoy the city's best offerings.
Reaching Bangkok from London
Bangkok's international air traffic is handled by Don Mueang International Airport and the Suvarnabhumi Airport or Bangkok International Airport. You can get tickets to Bangkok for direct flights to the Thai capital from London offered by Thai Airways International, British Airways and Eva Air. Connecting flights of Air China, Australian Airlines and Turkish Airlines would also help you reach Bangkok from London.
Hotels in Bangkok
Among the hotels located close to the airport is Compass Skyview Hotel, which has more than 200 rooms that are equipped with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions and minibars. You can also choose to stay at Grande Centre Point Hotel Terminal 21, a five-star luxury hotel in Bangkok that has an elegant restaurant indoors, an outdoor pool and fitness facilities.
Popular attractions in Bangkok
Lowest2 offers cheap tickets to Bangkok that fetches you a significant amount of savings that can be used to explore the popular attractions of this city. Among them is the Grand Palace, which has been the royal residence for many years and also hosts heads of state and some important ceremonies in recent times. You can visit Wat Arun, a grand temple complex known among many as the 'Temple of the Dawn'.
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