Manchester to Bangkok Flights

Manchester (MAN) to Bangkok (BKK) Flight Information

Below are some common questions asked about this flight route:
  • When can I book the cheapest flight from Manchester to Bangkok?

    Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from Manchester to Bangkok are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

  • What are the airlines flying from Manchester to Bangkok?

    Airlines flying from Manchester to Bangkok include .

  • How many airports are there in Bangkok?

    There are 2 airports in Bangkok - Suvarnabhumi Airport,Don Mueang International Airport.

  • Airports at destination:

    BKK ,DMK

  • Flight route:

    MAN ✈ BKK

  • Price starting from:

    From £431

Flights from Manchester (MAN) to Bangkok(BKK)

Bangkok is the capital, primate and most populous city of Thailand. It houses many multi-national companies and contributes majorly in finance and business. The city serves as a healthcare and transport hub and plays a vital role in being the centre for fashion, arts and entertainment. Bangkok is one of the most visited cities in the world. It is famous for its cultural landmarks, magnificent shopping markets and not to forget an insane nightlife.

Tip: Bangkok has been the world’s most visited city consistently for years in many international rankings.

Getting to Bangkok

Bangkok houses Suvarnabhumi Airport with world-class facilities for the commuters. It lies 30 km east of Bangkok. Numerous flight operators are plying on this route like KLM Airlines, Swiss Airlines, Lufthansa Airways, Qatar Airways and British Airways. There are no direct flights to Bangkok and the minimum time to reach from Manchester to Bangkok is 14 hours. It is good that you can choose the number of hops in Manchester-Bangkok flight booking.

Tip: Buy a good city map to roam around in languages both English and Thai. Google Maps can be helpful but it comes in Thai so translation can be difficult.

Exploring Bangkok

Bangkok’s splendid sights, attractions and city life appeal millions of tourists each year. The Grand Palace tops the list of places to be visited in Bangkok because of elaborate paintings, gold plated walls and Buddhist sculptures. It holds a Thai monarchy and the palace lies in 54 acres of land.

To know Buddhism closely, visit Buddhist temples including Wat Pho, Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Arun. Thai culture also has Hinduism roots which you can witness by visiting Giant Swing and Erawan Shrine. Some of the best museums in the city include the Royal Barge National Museum and the Bangkok National Museum demonstrating the city’s history.

It would be a good idea to enjoy cruise and boat rides on the Thonburi’s canals and Chao Phraya to enjoy ecstatic views of Bangkok’s traditional architecture and city life on the waterfront.

Do not forget to visit the Lumpini Park which serves as the green oasis in between the chaotic city life. Relish some-time in the green lawns, Chinese pagoda and boat ride on the lake inside.

Tip: It is advised to book a travel guide to roam around hassle-free.

Transport in Bangkok

Bangkok has an extensive transport option available. There are buses, taxis, MRT subways, tuk-tuks, BTS Skytrain, express boats etc. To roam around Bangkok and witness the city life around, it would be great if you take metered taxis or tuk-tuks. But to avoid the traffic and city chaos the most agreeable options are the MRT subways or BTS Skytrain. They are both air-conditioned and connect the complete city. One lies underground while the other soars above traffic.

Tip: If you choose to travel by Skytrain or subway it would be best if you make a day or week pass.

Shopping in Bangkok

If glamour makes you weak at the knees, visit the countless malls all around the city which makes Bangkok one of the biggest retail hubs. Then there are many floating markets, night markets and weekend markets in Khao San Road, Chatuchak and Yaowarat available which sell local artisan goods and souvenirs.

Tip: Always carry a photocopy of your passport.

Eating in Bangkok

Bangkok will amaze you with finger-licking Thai food. You will not be disappointed to taste the street food at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market or Patpong Night Market. The best street food lies on Khao San Road.

Tip: The best street food dishes are papaya salad, Thai rice noodles, Thai desserts and skewers of grilled and marinated meat.

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Roundtrip vs One-Way Flights from Manchester (MAN) to Bangkok (BKK)

There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Manchester(MAN) to Bangkok(BKK). However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.