Travel to Bangkok
Visit exotic Thailand with our flights to Bangkok
Soaking in the culture of Thailand's capital has never been easier with Flight Centre's extensive range of flights to Bangkok. Fly with Thai Airways International, Qantas, Emirates or Jetstar to experience the energy of the city.
Daily direct services are available from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Connecting airline routes are available through other ports. Suvarnabhumi Airport is about 30 kilometres from Bangkok with connections by rail and bus as well as taxi.
The best way to beat the traffic is to take the express rail link downtown. For 90 baht it will deliver you to Phaya Thai station (linking to the Skytrain), or the Makkasan city interchange, in less than 20 minutes.
There is a slower city rail service stopping at more stations for a maximum of 45 baht. An express bus service will set you back 150 baht and a taxi around 350 baht (make sure it is a metered taxi).
Average flight time: 9 hours 30 minutes from Sydney and 7 hours from Perth.
Daily flights from: Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Major airlines: Thai Airways, Qantas, Emirates, Jetstar.
Great value Bangkok holiday packages
Flight Centre can arrange all the details and create your ultimate Bangkok adventure with a wide range of holiday packages on offer. With airfares, accommodation, tours and more, you can start enjoying your holiday from the moment you arrive knowing everything has been taken care of for you.
Tour Thailand's capital
Make the most of your trip to Thailand by booking a tour! Jump on a tuk tuk and weave through the city streets, visit the local markets with a guide to lead the way or see a different side of Bangkok with a full day bicycle tour.
Hire a car and go your own way
Booking a hire car is a great way to see Bangkok from a different point of view. Hiring a car allows you the freedom to explore further at your own leisure, reaching beyond the city limits and delving deeper into the local culture without having to worry about tickets and timetables.
More destinations to discover
From the mountainous north and its delightful regional capital Chiang Mai to the islands of the Gulf and the Andaman Sea, Thailand has much to offer travellers seeking a taste of life and leisure beyond Bangkok. Connections between Australia and Thailand are now so good, this fascinating tropical destination can be less than half a day away.
Given Bangkok supports more than six million people, you would expect Thailand’s second-largest city to count its population in the millions. Far from it: only around 200,000 call this 800-year-old heart of northern Thailand home. Savour the history of the old walled city, explore the dramatic hillside temple, shop at the markets, or join a trek into the hills. Chiang Mai is about an hour by air from Bangkok.
This popular beach resort, about two hours south of Bangkok, offers seaside relaxation with a busy town vibe. Endorsed by the Thai royal family as a perfect holiday escape from the clamour of Bangkok, this former fishing village now boasts luxury hotels and resorts, good restaurants, good street eats, vibrant markets, and an ambience largely free of the seediness present in some other resort towns. Easily accessible by train from Bangkok – or road, if you are up for it.
If you are looking for an island escape, with some of the best beaches in the world, excellent snorkelling and great diving, then one of the many Thai islands is for you. Each has its own character, advantages and disadvantages, and accommodation options are equally diverse. On the Gulf, think Koh Samui, Koh Tao and Koh Phangan. On the ocean side, think Phuket and Koh Phi Phi among others.