Why you should take a flight to Bangkok
A flight to Bangkok mixes a magical world of opposites into one amazing adventure. The modern world of taxis, shopping malls, destination spas and luxury four-star hotels combines with Thailand’s traditional heart of temples, villages, open-air markets and monasteries. You’re sure to find many dishes pleasing to your palate after a cheap flight to Bangkok. Tempt your taste buds with Bangkok’s blending of sweet fruits, sour citrus and salty fish and soy sauce. When you disembark from cheap flights to Bangkok, make sure you get off the ground and see the city from above with a ride on the Sky Train. You’ll have an aerial view of skyscrapers, monuments, parks and temples. If you prefer the waterway, take a boat ride down the Chao Phraya River, which runs right through the city. Market boats cruise the river selling souvenirs, fruits and vegetables. Nightlife includes river boat dinner cruises, rooftop lounges, bars, pubs and live music.
Art galleries, temples, palaces and mansions appeal to those craving culture while backpacking, elephant sanctuaries and tropical gardens call out to the nature nuts on Bangkok flights. The spiritual heart of Thailand, the Grand Palace, is a stunning example of ancient architecture and intricate detail. Built in 1782, it was home to the Thai king and the administrative seat of government. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is home to a highly prized Buddha image. Carved from a single block of emerald in the 15th century, the tiny figure is known as the Emerald Buddha. Bangkok parks and museums include the Jim Thompson house of Thai art and architecture, the Dusit Park and Zoo, Siam Ocean World and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, where Pablo Picasso, Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II reside in wax with Barack and Michelle Obama, Yao Ming, Albert Einstein, David Beckham and Tiger Woods. Cheap flights to Bangkok must include the unique Erawan Museum, which is located inside the belly of a huge, copper elephant.