Flights to Thailand

Cheap flights to Thailand

Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and for good reason! No matter how many times you visit, you’ll fall in love with the country’s charm time and time again. It’s a great country for travelling on a budget and really safe for tourists. From island-hopping the beaches in the south to motorbiking through the mountains in the north, there are endless possibilities for relaxation and adventure.

The best part about an adventure-packed day exploring Thailand? Winding down at the end with a Thai massage that will leave you with change from a twenty! Be sure not to overpack for the trip, because you’ll want to have room to bring back lots of unique souvenirs from the famous Thai markets. Grab a cheap flight to Thailand and a few mates and get going!

Thailand travel tips

Bangkok

Bangkok

Like most major capital cities, there’s heaps to take in. If you’re just here for a layover or a few days, you’ll be able to take in a lot of the Thai culture in a short time. One of the coolest places to visit in Bangkok is the Grand Palace. Plan for it to take up a good portion of the day—it’s definitely something you don't want to miss. Since it's such a high-traffic city, use the Skytrain or take a scenic boat ride down the Chao Phraya River. If you’re looking to do tons of shopping, visit the Chatuchak Market—it’s home to over 8,000 different shopping stalls!


Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai

If you are heading north from Bangkok, make Chiang Mai your home base. This quieter city is a great place to explore and there’s loads of nearby day trips to take. Some must-sees from Chiang Mai? Visit Doi Inthanon National Park to see the unique pagoda and the view from the top of the mountains. A few hours north you’ll find Chaing Rai, home of the white temple—another must-do. If you're looking for a quieter town, Pai is also just a few hours away, tucked away in the mountains with chilled out hippy vibes.


Phuket/Krabi

Phuket/Krabi

Phuket and Krabi are two beach towns along the southwest coast of Thailand. They are about a 2-hour ferry ride from the famous islands of Phi Phi. The Phi Phi islands are like nothing else in the world. There are no cars, you can go to a bar or beach club barefoot and experience crystal-clear water. Whether you are in Phuket, Krabi, or the Phi Phi islands, there are breathtaking hikes for stellar views of the islands to watch the sunset or sunrise.


What to eat in Thailand

What to eat in Thailand

Thailand is most famous for its street food. Besides the very delicious Pad Thai and pineapple fried rice there are also a ton of other great things try. Start off with a Papaya Salad, then move onto Chicken or Beef Satay. For dessert, have some mango sticky rice or for the extra-adventurous eaters, try the durian fruit. Durian is a very acquired taste, but it’s worth it to say you’ve tried it!