More Information about Bangkok
Also known as the ‘Big Mango’, the city of Bangkok is simply too spectacular to be missed by any traveler passing through Asia in search of fresh and exciting experiences. This royal city, the capital of Thailand, is replete with palaces, stunning vistas and proud monuments to the rich history of this lush and vibrant country. With sites like the Grand Palace or the Suan Pakkad, you will always want to be on your feet to explore everything this city has to offer. If you get tired, however, there’s no reason to head back to your hotel, what with the fascinating, colorful gardens and parks spread throughout the city.
Flying to Bangkok
1. Which airports serve Singapore to Bangkok?
Flying from Singapore to Bangkok, your best choice is to take off from the Changi International Airport, which is located at the eastern end of Singapore, the major civilian airport for the area. On arriving in Bangkok, it is a good idea to fly into the New Bangkok Airport, which serves the entire metropolis.
2. Which airlines operate flights from Singapore to Bangkok?
For a direct flight to Bangkok from Singapore, the biggest provider for these flights is Scoot Tigerair, along with Bangkok, Jetstar Asia, Singapore, Thai, Thai AirAsia and Thai Lion also offering similar flights. Other airlines, including AirAsia, AirAsia Indonesia, Air China, Air France, Air India, All Nippon, Asiana, Biman, British Airways, Cathay, Cebu Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern, China Southern, EVA Air, Ethiopian, Garuda, JAL, Jet Airways, Jetstar Pacific, Korean, KLM, Malaysia, Malindo, Myanma, Myanmar, Philippine, Qantas, Qatar, Royal Brunei, Shenzhen, Srilankan, Swiss, Turkish, Vietnam, Vietjet and Xiamen, also offer daily departures but require a connection. Sichuan and Lao Airlines also offer some mid-week departures, but these may be difficult to secure.
3. How long is the flight?
A direct flight from Singapore to Bangkok will not be too exhausting, only lasting about 2 hours and 30 minutes, although a flight with layovers could take up to five hours or more. When you arrive at Bangkok, you’re sure to be raring to go as the city is only 1 hour behind Singapore, so jet lag will not be an issue.
4. Climate changes between Singapore to Bangkok
Throughout the year, temperatures in Bangkok generally average between 80°F and 85°F while in Singapore the averages range between 79°F and 82°F. The main difference is the rainy seasons in each country, as Singapore experiences heavier rainfall from November through January, while rain mostly falls between May and October in Bangkok.
5. Culture differences and need-to-know
Bangkok’s currency is the Thai Baht and it can be acquired at most Bangkok banks, international airports, hotels and at specialized stores called Foreign Exchange Bureaus.
US passport holders are not required to obtain a visa when entering Thailand for tourism purposes and will be permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 30 days on each visit.
There is so much to see and do in Bangkok, it’s almost impossible to know what to do first when you step off that plane and into the warm, tropical climate of Bangkok. Depending on who you are traveling with, you might want to explore the notorious red-light district of Bangkok, an area with an international reputation of liberality and free-spiritedness. But perhaps you need your trip to be a bit more family-friendly and want to visit areas with less explicit content. If this sounds more like you, then a trip to Bangkok’s Chinatown is an absolute necessity. Ask any guide and they will tell you, the best way to explore the city is by foot, wandering the narrow alleys and historic landmarks, taking in the sights, flavors, and aromas of this historic area, at the heart of which is the Buddhist temple of Wat Mangkon Kamalawat.
Art and history fanatics should also check out Jim Thompson’s House and Museum, which houses a wide range of Thai art and antiques. Working for the American intelligence service at the end of World War II, Thompson gradually gathered together examples of ancient Thai artifacts, ranging from woven silk to architectural pieces.
Best of all, you can take in all that Bangkok has to offer, simply by wandering through the city’s lanes and boulevards, along narrow streets and on the Skytrain, or even along the Chao Phraya River, the ‘River of Kings’.
Where To Buy Cheap Flights from Singapore to Bangkok?
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How far in advance should I book tickets from Singapore to Bangkok?
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Compare Flight Prices from Singapore to Bangkok by Month
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Cheap Last Minute Flights from Singapore to Bangkok
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Connecting Flights vs Direct Flights from Singapore to Bangkok
Flights between some cities may be significantly cheaper if you choose a multi-stop airline ticket. Although these connecting flights sacrifice some convenience, on average, travelers save 20%-60% when they choose to fly multi-stop versus a direct flight.
The average price for connecting flights from Singapore to Bangkok is $350.
The average price for direct flights from Singapore to Bangkok is $190.
The chart below shows up to date information regarding non-stop flights from Singapore to Bangkok.
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One Way Flights vs Round Trip Flights from Singapore to Bangkok
We have found that there is often no price difference between buying a round trip flight versus a one way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one way flight from Singapore to Bangkok. However, booking a round trip flight can be a simpler process. You can compare round trip and one way flights by using our flight comparison.
The average price for one way flights from Singapore to Bangkok is $104.
The average price for round trip flights from Singapore to Bangkok is $190.
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