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Flights from Clark to Bangkok

Flight information Luzon Clark International to Don Mueang

Cheapest return price last month

P10,260

Direct airlines

0

Average flight time, total distance 2152 kilometres

13h 20min

Most popular airline last month

Scoot Tigerair

Don Mueang

1 airport

Thailand is known as the “Land of Smiles” and its capital, Bangkok City affirms this moniker. Heralded by many international publications as one of the world’s finest cities, its colorful Buddhist temples, vibrant zoos, and theme parks, among other attractions attract approximately 45 million tourists on a yearly basis. A significant number of them are Filipinos want to experience the Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of Dawn, it is arguably the most stunning temple in Bangkok; the Safari Park, Thailand’s finest open zoo as well as leisure park; and Dream World, an American-style theme park that boasts of adrenaline-pumping rides.

 

Putting the abovementioned factors into consideration, it can be said Filipino tourists may be tempted to purchase their air tickets in a heartbeat. While this is not totally inappropriate, this should not be done without proper planning. Some people fail to enjoy their Bangkok trip to the fullest and it is due to lack of proper planning. For this reason, it would be best to be familiar with a number of travel-related information; particularly those that are associated with the airports that would be utilized in their trip.

 

What airlines fly the Clark – Bangkok route?

 

At present, there are a number of reputable airline companies that fly the Clark – Bangkok route. They are Dragon Air, Thai Airways, Dragonair, Cathay Pacific, Asiana Airways, and Korean Air. The flights are all connecting and are done via Hong Kong and Seoul.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Clark International Airport

 

Also known as Diosdado Macapagal International Airport, Clark International Airport is one of the largest commercial aviation complexes in Asia, when it comes to total land area (2,367 hectares). It serves the Philippines’ Central Luzon region and the National Capital region, which includes Metro Manila. The mentioned facility is made up of duty free shops, dining options, ATMs (and other financial establishments), a daycare center, air ticket assistance offices, luggage facilities, rental car kiosks, and other top notch amenities.

 

Don Mueang International Airport

 

In Bangkok, travelers from the Philippines will be welcomed at either Don Mueang International Airport or Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport. Those who will be flying over via the former can be rest assured that they will have a hassle-free time since Don Mueang International Airport is properly maintained to ensure the safety, convenience, and welfare of passengers. Some of the fine amenities that it boasts of are arrivals and departures hall, shopping centers, luggage storage facilities, a 24-hour business center, Internet and conference rooms, rental car offices, and many others.

 

What about transportation?

 

·      Clark International Airport

 

Getting to Clark International Airport is easy thanks to the country’s organized public transportation system. From Angeles, Pampanga, passengers can turn to air-conditioned jeepneys (USD 2.07 or PHP 100.00), regular jeepneys (USD .31 or PHP 15.00), taxis (USD 4.45 to USD 6.21 or PHP 215.00 to PHP 300.00), rental cars (starts at USD 75.30 or PHP 3,636.93 per day). From Manila, passengers can opt for regular buses (USD 11.38 or PHP 550.00), Trinoma Mall buses (USD 5.17 or PHP 250.00), taxis (approximately USD 47.61 or PHP 2,300.00), and rental cars (starts at USD 75.30 or PHP 3,636.93 per day).

 

Don Mueang International Airport

 

Don Mueang International Airport is established at Bangkok’s Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. Therefore reaching the city center, tourist attractions, and other important destinations is hassle-free. Tourists can choose from buses (USD .55 or PHP 27.04), trains (USD 2.51 or PHP 121.74), airport taxis (USD 5.30 or PHP 256.47), commuter vans (USD 1.68 or PHP 81.62), or rental cars (USD 33.33 or PHP 1,610.32).

 

What about food expenses?

 

In general, food are more expensive in the Philippines than in Thailand. For instance, a meal in a regular restaurant may cost around USD 2.48 or PHP 120.00 in the former, but only about USD 1.70 or PHP 82.43 in the latter.

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Thailand and the Philippines employ a Visa Exemption Rule, which legally allows Filipinos who wish to visit Bangkok and other cities as well as municipalities in the country for up to 30 days. When traveling, though, they need to present a passport that is issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs or DFA, proof of accommodation (at least USD 273.29 or PHP 13,200.00), a confirmed travel itinerary, and a return air ticket.

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