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Bangkok is roughly 6000 miles from London and flight will usually last around 11 hours 30 minutes. A flight between London and Bangkok can be found with either Thai, Eva Air or British Airways and there are up to four flights available per day. One of the best ways to find a cheap flight from London -Bangkok is to compare flights online.
Flights to Bangkok from London are usually direct. Alternatively, they may make a stopover somewhere in the middle east, usually in Saudi Arabi. Flights from London - Bangkok depart from Heathrow and there are multiple ways of getting to your departing airport including taxi, bus and train. A taxi is the most convenient way to the airport but also the most expensive so its better to book if you are sharing. Trains regularly depart from Paddington station to Heathrow airport. Taking just 15 minutes, this is the fastest way to Heathrow from central London.
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Thailand is part of the Indochina time zone and so Bangkok is seven hours ahead of the UK during standard GMT time. Travelling from London - Bangkok can be tiresome so its best to make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended length of stay. Single entry visas must be renewed every three months. As Bangkok is home to around 10,000 stray dogs, you will need vaccinations before departing on your flight between London and Bangkok.
Once in this amazing city, you are spoiled for choice for things to do. There are hundreds of bars and restaurants scattered throughout the city as well as many palaces, temples, parks, swimming resorts and markets. With something for everyone, no one will struggle finding reasons to book a cheap flight from London -Bangkok.
This state-of-the-art theatre is located in the centre of Bangkok. With daily performances, a visit here includes a Thai buffet and will leave you hungry for more of Thailand's culture.
The Grand Palace
Built in the 18th century, this palace offers a spectacle of magnificent architecture. With beautiful architecture on the outside and astonishing designs throughout the interior, this is a stop that shouldn't be missed. Photography is not permitted in some parts of the palace and it is useful to have a guide.
Translating to Temple of the reclining Buddha, this houses the largest Buddha statue in Thailand, measuring around 150 feet. Although you must keep shoulders and legs covered inside this temple, it is well worth coming to Bangkok from London to see.
Many of these are on the outskirts of the city and are set up primarily during the weekends servin authentic, tasty dishes at low prices.
MBK Shopping centre on Siam
Here you can buy anything from electronics to souvenirs and there is a massive food court on the sixth floor.
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