Timetable Bangkok

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08:30
BKK
14:45
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LH772 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 23:15
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09:30
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14:45
LH901 operated by LUFTHANSA
LH772 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 22:15
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12:30
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14:45
LH905 operated by LUFTHANSA
LH772 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 19:15
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13:30
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14:45
LH907 operated by LUFTHANSA
LH772 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 18:15
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15:30
BKK
14:45 +1
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travel duration: 16:15
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16:30
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14:45 +1
LH911 operated by LUFTHANSA
LH772 operated by LUFTHANSA
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17:30
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14:45 +1
LH915 operated by LUFTHANSA
LH772 operated by LUFTHANSA
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travel duration: 14:15
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06:00
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10:30
LX345 operated by SWISS INTERNATIONAL AIR LINES
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travel duration: 21:30
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08:50
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10:30
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travel duration: 18:40
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11:50
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10:30 +1
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travel duration: 15:40
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13:45
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10:30 +1
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travel duration: 13:45
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15:20
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travel duration: 23:15
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19:35
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15:20 +1
OS456 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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travel duration: 12:45
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Flights From London to Bangkok

Bangkok
Attractions abound, the world’s best street food, super chic shopping malls - Bangkok is more than just a stopover on the way to the most beautiful beaches of Thailand.
The metropolis, which is also called the City of Angels, looks nowhere as brilliant and impressive as from the very top. Therefore rooftop bar hopping is particularly spectacular here. Whether in the Sky Bar, the Moon Bar or at State Tower, an unforgettable view of Bangkok's skyline is guaranteed.
But the Thai town has many in stock concerning culinary, too. Nowhere can you better eat at the roadside, than here. Anyone wanting to get to know the authentic side of Thailand’s cuisine, does not necessarily has to enter a restaurant. It is enough, if you walk through the streets and visit one of the countless street kitchens or an improvisational food stall.
Also nobody interested in culture and history misses out. Many beautiful historical buildings delight the visitors, then as now. The Royal Palace, the temples of “Wat Arun”, “Wat Pho”, Temple of the Reclining Buddha or “Wat Phra Kaeo”, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha are just a few of many other examples here.
The living city on the river of the kings is definitely worth a visit.

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What to see in Bangkok

What to see in Bangkok
Floating Market
The Taling Chan Floating Market is one of the three floating markets in Bangkok and the one that is most easily accessible from the city. Every weekend it's all about grilling, chatting and bargaining - on the water. You can easily imagine how life in Bangkok used to take place mostly on the Chao Praya and the many klongs in former times. The Taling Chan was established in 1987 to remind of these almost forgotten times - and on the occasion of king Bhumibol's 60th birthday. Already on the country way to the market there is one stall next to the other and the closer you get to the klong the more intensively the delightful smell of grilled fish and meat tickles your nose. You can hardly deny yourself from picking marinated shrimps on a spit at the first stall. Most restaurants contain a dining area on a wooden jetty and a longboat where the dishes are prepared. Most of the times you take your seat on the wavering floor at one of the low tables. If you have some time left you can book a boat tour at the small information desk at the entrance. A tour to the orchid farm costs approx. four euros for adults.
Art Centre
Seashell Museum

Where to eat in Bangkok

Where to eat in Bangkok
T&K Seafood
Chinatown is a paradise for fish and sea fruit aficionados. Along the bustling Yaowarat Road there are countless steaming street kitchens side by side. Hungry people barge their way through the crowds on the pavement and small tables with grilled king prawns, fried rice and steamed Morning Glory on them. Despite of the immense offer there is one restaurant where even locals are willing to wait for a table: the T&K Seafood restaurant. At first sight, the venue appears simple and less trustworthy. But the plastic seats on the streets are simply a sign that at T&K it's all about the excellent food and nothing else. Everybody who finds it too authentic outside - and that means noisy and hot - can take a seat on the second floor of the restaurant which is air-conditioned. An advice: it's best to arrive early, e.g. when they open at half past six because it's less crowded then.
Central Food
Greyhound Café

Where to stay in Bangkok

Where to stay in Bangkok
Sukhothai
Hardly surprising that the Sukhothai won countless awards for its interior architecture. The trio Ed Tuttle, Kerry Hill and the Thai designer Pichitra Boonyarathaphan managed to find the perfect balance between tradition and modernism: symmetric colonnades, mirror basins, open air ambulatories, buddha statues and everything made of finest and natural materials like bronze, teak wood and marble complemented by precious fabrics and mirrors. Wherever you look at, you`ll see serenity and beauty - and that also applies to the suites that are equipped with flat screens, Bose sound systems, rain showers, touchscreens and perfect lighting. A dinner in the award-winning Thai restaurant Celadon makes a perfect day in the metropolis complete.
Suk11 Hostel
The Chakrabongse

Where to shop in Bangkok

Where to shop in Bangkok
Narai Phand
To support Thai arts and crafts the ministry for industry has opened the Narai Phand on the Phloen Chit Road together with investors from the private sector. For about 72 years it has been Thailand's biggest shopping center for local premium arts and crafts from the most diverse regions. The range of products goes from Vishnu and Ganesha statues made of bronze or stannic to handcrafted, braided bags to traditionally painted picture frames and jewellery boxes. In addition, there is an own area for Thailand's famous cutlery: the Celadon. It is known for its delicate green or blue colour and the cups, plates and ashtrays are elaborately decorated with (golden) paintings - of course by hand. All products are packed securely and can be sent to Europe by request.
Patpong Market
Siam Paragon