Cheap Flights from Thailand

The welcoming of 10 million visitors to Thailand every year is a testament to the charm this Southeast Asian country holds.  Over the course of its 700 years of independence, Thailand’s population has grown to over 65 million residents, comprising of over 30 ethnicities. Yet, it has resulted in a distinct Thai heritage, with a kaleidoscope of sights from pristine beaches to the grandeur of temples not found anywhere else in the world.

Wat Pho

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is the most popular place to go to when tourists visit Thailand. Explore Old Royal City and visit attractions such as Wat Pho (Temple of reclining Buddha). It is arguably one of the oldest temples in the country, dating back to the 16th century. Then drop by the Royal Grand Palace. Shop at Chatuchak weekend market. This market sells almost everything, from herbal remedies to apparels to pets.


For historical sites, head to Ayutthaya, once the largest city in the world in the 16th century until the Burmese invaded the city. Major monuments include Wat Phra Sri Sanphet, the former royal temple and Wat Mongkhon Bophit, enshrining bronze Buddha images.


Lastly, travel to Phuket. Sunbathe and swim at the famous Patong beach. Snorkel and dive in the sparkling waters. Go for a dive at famous dive sites like Phi Phi island. At night, pop by Bangla Soi and visit Go-go Bars and Beer Bars, featuring scantily-clad female performers.


If you are leaving Thailand, consider making a trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia. Visit the famous UNESCO heritage site Angkor Wat and marvel at the architectural beauty of the temple that spans over 400km2 . Be entertained by a performance ofApsara dance, a traditional Cambodian dance. Head to the Shadow Puppet Theatre for a reenactment of an old Cambodian legend. 37km north of Angkor Wat lies Banteay Srei, a 10th century Hindu temple known for its intricate carvings. For nightlife, head down to Pub Street. This street brims with restaurants, bars and clubs that close as late as 4am.


Take a 3-4 hour flight to Taipei, Taiwan. Visit the famous Shilin night market and try out iconic Taiwanese food like deep fried large chicken cutlets and bubble tea. Drop by at the famous Taipei 101 building and admire the bird’s eye view of the city from the observatory floor on the 89th floor. Engage in Taiwan’s history through a trip to the memorial hall of Taiwan’s first president: Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall. 


Wish to travel further? Then take an 8 hour flight from Thailand to Sydney Australia. Iconic landmarks include the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Theatre Company. Pop by Cape Solander at Botany National Park to whale watch if you happen to be in Sydney in June and July. Queen Victoria building or Paddington Markets are also shopping havens for some retail therapies.



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