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Cheap Flights To Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok OffersBook By 27 Aug 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
Richmond China Southern16 Feb 2025 - 26 Mar 2025frC$880.00
Richmond Korean Airlines05 Apr 2025 - 26 May 2025frC$1099.00
Toronto Klm Royal Dutch Airl19 Dec 2024 - 23 Jan 2025frC$1176.00
Toronto Hongkong Airlines15 Mar 2025 - 25 Apr 2025frC$1210.00
Montreal Air France10 Jan 2025 - 27 Feb 2025frC$1214.00
Calgary, AB Lufthansa14 Oct 2024 - 26 Dec 2024frC$1370.00
Toronto United Air Lines24 Sep 2024 - 13 Nov 2024frC$1403.00
Flights to Flights.HtmC$1403

 If you’re looking for cheap flights to Bangkok, the quirky and vibrant capital of Thailand, look no further than Globehunters. We’re proud to offer a fantastic range of cheap flights from all over Canada, all at great prices too.

Attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, Bangkok is one of the most modern and developed cities in the country. Known for its temples, markets and thriving nightlife, Bangkok’s main airport is also a very large hub, meaning it’s easy to jump on a short flight to visit Thailand’s stunning islands such as Phuket and Koh Samui. Popular with backpackers, families and honeymooners alike, Bangkok really does have something for everyone.

Ideal for foodies, the city also offers some of the most delicious and recognisable food in the world. From upper class dining establishments to fun and informal street food, Thai cuisine is aromatic and delicately fragranced with lemon, ginger, chillies and a wide variety of spices.

And of course, there’s the famous ladyboy scene. There are a variety of theories as to why ladyboys are so popular in Bangkok, but it’s a very accepted and popular form of entertainment. Certainly one which is likely to stick in your mind!

If a more cultural experience is on the cards, there are over 400 temples (called “wats”) in Bangkok alone, many of which welcome visitors. The main ones however are Wat Pra Kaew, Wat Arun and Wat Pho, although a strict dress code applies, meaning no short pants or sleeveless shirts.

If you’ve got kids in tow, there’s also a brilliant range of activities for all ages and abilities. From ice skating rinks to games arcades to theme parks and play zones, there’s plenty to choose from if you’re visiting Bangkok as a family.

Check out our full range of flights to Bangkok below, including first class flights and business class flights too.

5 Things You Need to Know About Bangkok

If Bangkok is the next place on your bucket list, here are five important things that you’ll probably want to know:

Time Difference: UTC +7 hours
Currency: Thai Baht 
Native Language: Thai
Weather: July to October is monsoon season, when most of Thailand's annual rainfall happens. Warm and with around 90% humidity, the country is prone to flooding. Although wet, temperatures still average around 29°C. Drier months include March, April and May which see temperatures peak at 40°C.
Sales Tax: 7%

Flying to Bangkok from Canada

Before you get booking, here’s everything you’ll need to know when flying to Bangkok from Canada.

Flight Times

Travelling from Canada to Bangkok is usually via London UK, and takes around 20 hours depending where in Canada you’re flying from.

Entry Requirements

Canadian passport holders with at least six months validity remaining on their passport, as well as a confirmed airline ticket out of Thailand (proof of leaving within 30 days) do not need a visa for visiting Thailand. This is as long as you’re simply a tourist (you’re not visiting with the purpose of living there) and will return to Canada within 30 days.

Airlines That Fly to Bangkok

The following airlines currently offer flights from Canada to Bangkok:

- Air Canada
- Philippine Airlines
- China Eastern Airlines
- China Southern Airlines
- Hong Kong Airlines

The Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

Pronunced “Su-wan-na-poom”, Bangkok’s main Suvarnabhumi Airport is approximately 30 kilometres (19 miles) east of Bangkok. Additionally, the city is served by the slightly smaller Don Mueang International Airport which around 24 kilometres (15 miles) north.

The most direct route into Bangkok city centre is via the raised freeway, which incurs a toll of 70 Baht and airport tax of 50 Baht, making 120 Baht in total (around $4). Car hire is freely available from both airports, as well as taxi ranks outside arrivals.

10 Bangkok Must-Dos

With so much to do in Bangkok you’ll be spoilt for choice! As a starting point, we’ve put together a list of the ten main things you must see whilst you’re there:

- The Grand Palace
- The Erawin Shrine
- Wat Arun
- Wat Pho
- Vimanmek Mansion Museum
- Siriraj Medical Museum
- Jim Thompson House
- The Moon Bar
- Shopping and Markets
- Safari World

Book Cheap Flights to Bangkok with Globehunters

If you’re looking for cheap flights to Bangkok from Canada, look no further than Globehunters, one of the world’s leading flight booking agents.

Get in touch today and one of our professional travel consultants will be able to assist you in putting together the perfect package with hotels and car hire too.

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