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Top Things to Do and See

 

 

The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market


Thailand’s floating markets are world-famous. If you’re looking for reasons to start searching for your cheap flights Darwin to Bangkok, this one is perfect. The sprawling marketplace of floating boats, filled with fresh and vibrant fruits, vegetables and other organic produce, draws an international crowd of travellers every single day.

 

 

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World


Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World is one of Bangkok’s hidden gems and a great experience to get excited about while looking for flights Darwin to Bangkok. The massive underground aquarium can be found underground at Siam Paragon, one of Bangkok’s biggest shopping centres.There are more than 30, 000 ocean animals to see, some from the deepest parts of the oceans./p>

 

Dinner At The Sky Restaurant


When looking to book tickets to Bangkok from Darwin, most people are expecting a culturally rich, tropical holiday and not an inner city adventure. Bangkok offers both. The Sky Restaurant offers diners a delicious view of the city from the 78th floor, a great way to get your bearings for first-time visitors.

 

 

Shop ‘til You Drop


Fashion, electronics and more, spread across eight floors. Shop your way through 2000 shops - if you have the energy! Situated just 35 minutes (by car or taxi) from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), the MBK Centre is one of Bangkok’s biggest shopping destinations, visited by thousands of visitors per year. Although it’s not a flashy or glamorous as some of the other mega-shops in the city, it’s worth a visit for it’s sheer magnitude and tons of great bargains.

 

Etiquette Tips

 

 

Wear The Right Clothing


There’s no doubt, when people start looking for cheap flights to Bangkok from Darwin, they’re looking for a tropical retreat. The lush vegetation, bustling streets and warm climate are perfect for light clothing like shorts, vests and sandals. Most people arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), completely overdressed having come from a cooler location.

 

 

That said, make sure you pack a few more items of clothing for your trip. There are some spiritual areas that require both men and women cover up exposed areas like shoulders, chests and legs above the knee.

 

 

Don’t Make Fun of the Monarchy


Thai people are proud of their monarchy and have a deep love for their King. There’s even a picture of him on display in most public buildings, including Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). While kings and queens don’t play quite as similar a role in western culture, the Thai people look to their king for guidance and wisdom. It’s important to remember this when visiting the welcoming country. Make sure you don’t say anything rude or disrespectful about the Thai monarchy while you’re there.

 

 

Don’t Put Your Feet Up


While you’re scrolling the internet, looking for your cheap flights to Bangkok from Darwin, make sure you do some reading up on body language and etiquette in Thailand. A simple act, like putting your feet up (exposing the underside of your foot) can very easily offend a local.

 

 

Cafes and Restaurants

 

 

There’s no doubt about it; traditional Thai food is some of the most delicious food in the world. Most people looking for Darwin to Bangkok return flights can’t wait to hit the beach - but a lot of people fall in love with Thailand once they’ve tasted the food.

 

 

Kor Panich


Kor Panich is known for their delicious Thai sweet treats. Their mango sticky rice pudding is a bit of a fan favourite among returning tourists. The plate of delicious mango, sticky Thai rice, coconut milk and crunchy mung beans has a sweet and creamy character unlike any other. The story goes that the famous recipe was created by the chefs serving the Thai Royalty.

 

 

Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu

 


One thing you’ll notice about Thailand, from the moment you step out of the airplane after your flights Darwin To Bangkok, is the amount of food merchants selling home-made meals and snacks. Tom Yum Goong Banglamphu is a street stall started and owned by a Thai family, with many delicious, secret recipes to share. Every day their famous dish, Tom Yum Goong draws a crowd from the busy streets around them.

 

 

Packing Tips

 

 

 

Sandals


When you’re packing for your flights Darwin to Bangkok, there’s one thing you absolutely must not forget: a good, strong pair of sandals. The humid air and high temperatures should be enough of a reason to keep your feet open and cool, but there’s another reason that a lot of people don’t consider; when visiting Buddhist temples in Thailand, it’s common etiquette to leave your shoes at the door. Sandals slip off easily and lessen the effort needed to explore these ancient wonders.

 

 

Insect Repellant


When you’re standing in the arrivals hall of Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), you’ll notice that the warm, tropical climate is not only perfect for holiday makers, but for insects too. You’ll soon realise that insect repellent is a must-have when visiting Thailand.

 

 

Water Bottle


The last thing you probably think of when getting your bags packed for your Darwin to Bangkok flights is drinking water. However, Thai tap water isn’t potable water. Whenever you’re thirsty, you’ll need to buy bottled water from a store or cafe. We recommend having your own, sturdy bottle to keep with you - and prevent adding to landfill.

 

 

A Strong Backpack


When you’re looking for your cheap flights to Bangkok from Darwin, it’s important to remember what you’re in for once you’ve landed in Bangkok. Thailand is a traveller’s destination. It’s a country filled with friendly faces and amazing experiences. But it’s also a country made for travelling. That means a lot of walking, riding on scooters and tuk-tuks, hiking, swimming and climbing. A tough, high-quality backpack will always come in handy while travelling Thailand.

 

When is The Best Time to Visit Bangkok?


The best time to visit Bangkok is during November and February during Thailand's cool season. With temperatures slightly under 30°C it's a more pleasant time of year, but unfortunately, it is also peak season. It's nearly impossible to explore the city without crowds of tourists, and as a result, prices for accommodation, airfare and tours soar. If you want to save money and don't mind a little rain, visiting Bangkok during June to October is also an option. It is low season, so you'll find cheaper hotels, tours and airfare deals. There will also be far fewer crowds at the city's major attractions, but the city does experience flooding which may get in the way of your travel plans. While April is one of the hottest times of year to visit Bangkok, it's also Thai New Year which is celebrated with a giant three-day water fight. It's the perfect excuse to cool down from the heat, welcome in the rainy season and enjoy a unique cultural experience.

 

Airports in Bangkok


Suvarnabhumi Airport


Suvarnabhumi Airport is one of the biggest and busiest international airports in South East Asia. It serves all international flights as well as popular domestic routes, handling 55 million passengers in 2016. The airport is a hub for Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways and Thai Smile Airways as well as a focus city for Emirates.

 

 

Getting To and From Suvarnabhumi Airport


The quickest and easiest route to get to and from Suvarnabhumi Airport is the ARL Link. It connects the airport with downtown Bangkok and will only set you back 45 baht at most. The trains run from 6 am to 12:30 am daily, leaving every 12-15 minutes.

 

 

For an even cheaper option, you can take a public bus to and from the airport. Prices start as little as 5 baht and also have routes to other cities in Thailand.

 

 

If you have too many bags to lug around on public transport, you can take a metered taxi to your hotel. However, check with your accommodation beforehand to see if they offer a complimentary airport shuttle service.

 

 

Don Mueang International Airport


Don Mueang International Airport is a 40-minute drive from the centre of Bangkok. It mainly serves domestic routes and is a hub for low-cost airlines such as Nok Air and Thai AirAsia.

 

 

It is considered one of the oldest international airports with commercial flights starting in 1924 and is the 14th busiest in the world serving 35 million passengers in 2016.

 

 

Getting To and From Don Mueang Airport


There is a train service that runs from Don Mueang to Bangkok's central railway station Hua Lamphong. From here it's easy to get to other parts of the city using the metro line or to catch a train to a destination outside the city.

 

 

Travellers can catch a bus from and to the airport during the day. The ideal route is to get off at Mo Chit Skytrain Station and take the metro for the rest of your journey. Bus fares will set you back 5 to 100 baht depending on your route.

 

 

If you arrive at Don Mueang after midnight, your best option would be to take one of the metered taxis outside the airport to your hotel.

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