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London Udon Thani

The average flight time from London to Udon Thani is approximately 13 hours, 40 minutes. Cheap flight options are available from Heathrow and Gatwick with a number of airlines such as Bangkok Airways, Eva Air, Swiss Air and Jetairways. Why not compare flight prices online via the internet to make sure you get a good deal? There are several flights a day between London and Bangkok in Thailand where you can catch a domestic flight to Udon Thani. Of course, stopovers will add time to your journey of around 4 hours but the price of flight tickets will be cheaper. Udon Thani Airport is around 4 miles Northwest of town which should only take you about 15 minutes to reach. Upon your arrival after your cheap flight, a taxi ride into the city centre will only cost you around 1 although do remember to agree a fixed price before setting off.

Cheap London - Udon Thani Flights

To travel between London and Udon Thani at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Udon Thani flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Udon Thani flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Udon Thani 1 Phu Phra Bat Historical Park

The Phu Phra Bat Historical Park has many interesting archaeological buildings and objects dating back to the prehistoric age. The Park can be found in the Pa Khua Nam Forest where you can see tropical birds, exotic plants and trees.

2 Aem Aot and Sieum Hai

The Aem Aot and Sieum Hai restaurants serve the most amazing food. Why not try a crispy pork dish or an Isaan meal which are both absolutely delicious. Families are more than welcome in Thai restaurants where they can enjoy local or western food.

3 Karaoke Bars

Enjoy a fabulous night out in one of the many Karaoke bars. At Centrepoint Market you're able to pre pay for songs then go into a booth and sing along. Take a drink and food along to keep your energy levels sustained.

4 Wat Pho Sri Nai Open Museum

The Wat Pho Sri Nai Open Museum has plenty of historical items on show such as pottery, tools and information of people who lived during the Ban Chiang period. Many students visit this open museum as part of their education.

5 Phoo Phra Baat Historical Park

Visit Phoo Phra Baat Historical Park to see prehistoric rock paintings of human beings, animals and geometric signs. This particular park was a sacred place at one time with many religious monuments scattered about. There are also Buddha images of Tham Phra in sandstone along with magnificent views of nearby forests, flora and fauna.

Required travel documents for Thailand

Depending on what time of year you travel to Thailand the time difference between the UK is 6 or 7 hours. This is determined by UK GMT which is moved backwards and forwards to adjust for the summer and winter months. You also need to show a valid passport with an expiry date of at least six months as well as a visa stamp if you intend to stay 30 days or more. A trip to Udon Thani in the Northeast of Thailand provides the ultimate holiday experience. It's a fascinating region to visit Phu Phra Bat Historical Park, go to an entertaining Karaoke bar, eat at tasty restaurants or take in open museums and rock paintings in caves.