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Wed 01 Apr
Updated on 16 Jan
$610 RETURN
Thu 02 Apr
Updated on 18 Jan
$610 RETURN
Fri 03 Apr
Updated on 14 Jan
$644 RETURN
Sat 04 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$620 RETURN
Sun 05 Apr
Updated on 15 Jan
$730 RETURN
Mon 06 Apr
Updated on 08 Jan
$634 RETURN
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Updated on 14 Jan
$600 RETURN
Wed 08 Apr
Updated on 15 Jan
$734 RETURN
Thu 09 Apr
Updated on 09 Jan
$722 RETURN
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Updated on 08 Jan
$932 RETURN
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Updated on 14 Jan
$754 RETURN
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Updated on 13 Jan
$840 RETURN
Mon 13 Apr
Updated on 17 Jan
$792 RETURN
Tue 14 Apr
Updated on 12 Jan
$722 RETURN
Wed 15 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$648 RETURN
Thu 16 Apr
Updated on 18 Jan
$710 RETURN
Fri 17 Apr
Updated on 15 Jan
$668 RETURN
Sat 18 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$644 RETURN
Sun 19 Apr
Updated on 06 Jan
$628 RETURN
Mon 20 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$600 RETURN
Tue 21 Apr
Updated on 10 Jan
$668 RETURN
Wed 22 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$600 RETURN
Thu 23 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$600 RETURN
Fri 24 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$620 RETURN
Sat 25 Apr
Updated on 15 Jan
$620 RETURN
Sun 26 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$620 RETURN
Mon 27 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$600 RETURN
Tue 28 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$600 RETURN
Wed 29 Apr
Updated on 16 Jan
$608 RETURN
Thu 30 Apr
Updated on 13 Jan
$600 RETURN
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Packing Tips for Bangkok


Packing for flights Perth to Bangkok can be tricky if you’re not sure what to wear or what the weather will be like when you’re there. Bangkok is hot and humid all year long, so you’ll want to pack clothing that is light and loose. Linen, cotton and moisture-wicking fabric (even undies) can be your best friend. A modest dress code is strictly enforced in temples and holy sites. Men and women must cover their shoulders and no skin above the knee can show. Thongs and sandals are also prohibited. If you’re not sure how you’ll spend your days after arriving in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), it’s a good idea to dress appropriately just in case you decide to stop over in a temple or make some sightseeing pit stops on the fly. Save money on cheap flights to Bangkok from Perth and purchase long pants that can be rolled up when you’re out and about, but pulled down when entering sacred spaces. Be sure to pack a bottle of bug spray and sunscreen along with your floppy hat and water bottle. Tip: you may want to pack a bottle of peppermint oil before departing Perth Airport (PER). Peppermint oil not only helps repel mosquitoes, it can also give you respite from the Bangkok heat.


Best Things To Do on Weekends


If your flights Perth to Bangkok extend into the weekend, you will find a host of activities to keep you busy. The Chatuchak Weekend Market is a renowned destination to locals and tourists alike. Peruse the packed marketplace, featuring more than 8,000 stalls selling everything from hand-crafted trinkets to high-end fashion. Use money saved on cheap flights to Bangkok from Perth and treat yourself to a relaxing traditional Thai massage. No matter if your Perth to Bangkok flights are for business or pleasure, take a break from the city with a stroll through Lumpini Park. You can practice Taii Chi with locals, pack a romantic picnic, or partake in the array of activities happening on weekends. If you’ve got some time to kill before your Perth to Bangkok return flights, head to Chinatown. Just seeing the ceremonial Chinese gates will tell you Bangkok takes its Chinatown seriously. Aside from the usual merchandise stalls in Chinatown, you will also find the best prices on gold. If you’re hungry, Chinatown is the place to be. In fact, Chinatown is the only place in Bangkok to find the largest variety of traditional and contemporary Chinese foods.



Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss


So you’ve booked flights Perth to Bangkok and now it’s time to start planning your sightseeing itinerary. Evidence of Thailand’s long and rich culture can be found throughout Bangkok. Find cheap flights Perth to Bangkok and book a guided tour of the Grand Palace. The complex was built in 1782 and includes several architecturally stunning buildings, including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo). Just remember to adhere to the customs and dress appropriately when entering any temple. Photographers, travel buffs, history enthusiasts, and curious wanderers should secure tickets to Bangkok from Perth just to see the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun). Getting a glimpse of the towering spires is worth the trip, and the intricate patterns on the stupa draw crowds from across the world. Perth to Bangkok flights can be for various reasons, however no visit to Thailand is complete without a visit to the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho). As one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok, Wat Pho was built around a 48-metre (150 feet) reclining Buddha with intricately carved designs using an array of precious materials. The grounds also house meticulous gardens with stone statues and stupas with detailed glazed porcelain.


Top Experiences For Visitors to Bangkok


Get the most out of your flights Perth to Bangkok with planned tours and excursions. Experience authentic Thai culture when you spend the day at the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. If you book a tour, you can take a long-tailed speed boat to the rural area and learn about the market’s history. You may also learn key Thai phrases that will help you interact with the vendors. Pack comfortable shoes on any Perth to Bangkok return flights if you want to visit the Golden Mount (Wat Saket). Climb the 311 steps to the gilded stupa at the top of the hill to enjoy panoramic views of the city. Snapping up cheap flights to Bangkok from Perth should leave extra spending money in your wallet for a trip to Siam Paragon. The area is comprised of three shopping malls and offers world-class shopping and entertainment for visitors of all ages. If you’re booking Perth to Bangkok flights for an extended visit, you may find Thursdays to be the best day to visit the Bangkok National Museum. That’s when the museum offers tours in English to give guests a better understanding of the Chinese weapons, precious stones, puppets and clothing within.

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