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Flight time13 hrs 15 mins
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- Manchester International (MAN)
Average temperature for June33.7 °C
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Thailand welcomes over 30 million visitors a year – and most of those head straight for the capital, Bangkok.
The city skyline is a mix of skyscrapers and temples. The old city hugs a corner of the Chao Phraya River, while the canals set the scene for floating flower markets and fresh fish stalls. Then there are the world-famous night markets, where you’ll find everything from phone covers and flip flops to tiny hand-carved Buddhas.
Tempted? It usually takes around 16 hours to fly from Manchester to Bangkok.
How long is the flight from Manchester to Bangkok?
It depends on which route you go for. They all include a stopover, so journey times range between 13 and 56 hours long.
Which airlines operate flights from Manchester to Bangkok?
Qatar Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Oman Air and KLM offer some of the quickest flights.
You could also fly with carriers such as Turkish Airlines, Qantas Airways and British Airways, but the flights might be longer and more expensive.
How frequent are flights between Manchester and Bangkok?
Thanks to the choice of stopover cities, you can pick through up to 100 route options.
Which airports serve Manchester and Bangkok?
Manchester to Bangkok flights travel between Manchester Airport and Suvarnabhumi Airport, AKA Bangkok International Airport.
Which direct flight route between Manchester and Bangkok is cheapest?
There aren’t any direct flights from Manchester to Bangkok at the moment. Some of the cheapest flights fly via Doha International Airport.
Bangkok is a fast-paced city with an ancient heart. Temples burrow into the curves of the Chao Phraya River, from the sacred Wat Phra Kaew to the photogenic Wat Arun. A little further south, you’ll find Wat Traimit, home to the massive Golden Buddha. The 18th-century Grand Palace settles by the river, too.
Turn your back on the Chao Phraya, and you’ll find a maze of sky-high shopping centres and air-conditioned entertainment complexes. You can dig through ancient markets in Chinatown or browse the backpacker-friendly bars along Khao San Road.
One thing – just make sure to get your timing right. Bangkok serves up a tropical monsoon climate, so there’s a lot of heavy downpours between July and October.
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