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Thailand

Thailand
Welcome to a kingdom of wonder, rich in history and culture. Located just above the equator in southeast Asia, Thailand has something to offer everyone. Offering secluded beach getaways or the excitement of Bangkok's nightlife. Thailand delivers the best of both worlds. With its Tropical climate, it's easy to say, There is never a bad day in Thailand. Its 65 million citizens enjoy coastal sights and mountain vistas all in a short trip . Formerly known as the country of Siam, Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej invites you to tour the ancient Buddhist ruins of Ayutthaya, or enjoy the gastronomic sensations that the thousands of restaurants in Bangkok have been serving for generations. So come fly with Austrian Airlines to Thailand and experience the Kingdom of Wonder.

Worth knowing

Thailand
  • Currency: Thai bhat(THB)
  • Language: Thai, English
  • Capital: Bangkok
  • Austrian flight destination: Bangkok
Airport
  • Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi (BKK): The airport is located 28 km (18 miles) east of Bangkok.
  • Address: 999 Bang Na-Trat Rd, Rachathewa, Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan 10540, Thailand
  • Telephone: (66)-2/132 18 88
  • Airport Bangkok You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

Timetable Thailand

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LHR
06:00
BKK
15:20
OS458 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
OS025 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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travel duration: 26:20
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09:05
BKK
15:20
OS452 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
OS025 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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travel duration: 23:15
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LHR
19:35
BKK
15:20 +1
OS456 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
OS025 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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travel duration: 12:45
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Where to eat in Thailand

Where to eat in Thailand
Central Food
Thai? Korean? Or maybe Italian? The Central World shopping mall has dedicated its seventh floor to the shopaholics' creature comforts - at a high standard. 19 restaurants and open kitchens of all kinds string together and the smell of dishes that serve all imaginable tastes is in the air across hundreds of square metres. The selection seems to be endless: spicy mango salads from the Thai, Japanese california rolls, freshly prepared smoothies at the fruit bar that is metres long and tiramisu from the Italian. You can eat and chat along the huge window wall with view on the city and red leather armchairs. And after the feast you can fall into the loungers - in one of the numerous massage parlours - close your eyes and have a relaxing foot massage.
T&K Seafood
Ruen Urai

Where to stay in Thailand

Where to stay in Thailand
The Chakrabongse
The four villas with rooms of different standards are located on a green and spacious area next to the Chao Phraya and a stone's throw away from the most important sights like the Grand Palace (five minutes by foot) or the Wat Arun (directly opposite on the other river side). Depending on your budget you choose between one of the four rooms of the B&B villa (starting from 100 euros including breakfast) or a more luxurious suite (starting from 250 euros) in the Thai House, the Riverside Villa or the Chinese House. The latter offers a comfort zone of special class: the suite consists of two double rooms, two bathrooms, a living room and two private terraces that offer a free view on the pool and the Chao Phraya. The interior: antique, Chinese furniture and doors, modern prints and exquisite fabrics. The perfect choice for two couples or a whole family. Cushioned loungers and white sun shades around the spacious and deep pool invite you to relax and the palms in the garden wave in the wind. Every now and then you hear a boat passing by. There's no more idyllic place in Bangkok - that might also be the reason why many newlyweds spend their honeymoons in the Chakrabongse Villas.
Ariyasom Villa
The Eugenia

Where to shop in Thailand

Where to shop in Thailand
Pantip Plaza
Imagine all the electrical stores you know together with a few hundred little tradesmen in a shared apartment. This is Pantip Plaza, the mother of all IT-malls. Already at the entrance into the shopping center one is overwhelmed by the sheer masses of stuff. Little stores are right next to huge selling spaces. On each floor (overall eight) there are about 100 shops. Pirated material, desktops, laptops, cameras, mobile phones, IT-accessories, simply everything. While hardware is relatively expensive in Thailand, everything else is ridiculously cheap. Of course the pseudo-iPod shuffle for three Euros won't last forever and the Photoshop version is screaming: pirated material! However especially the big assortment of exotic devices that have never been seen in Europe makes techies' hearts leap for joy. How about a portable 3D printer, for instance? What is also very convenient is that one can get their laptop or camera repaired in Pantip Plaza. You will most certainly find an English-speaking fuss-pot who will get your equipment going again and who can give you the latest hints for your products.
Tha Prachan
Platinum Mall

What to see in Thailand

What to see in Thailand
Art Centre
For those of you who want to dive into the local contemporary art scene there's only one choice: the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre which was opened in July 2008 with the aim of supporting Thai artists. On eleven floors and a surface of 25,000 square metres all kinds of contemporary art are presented, be it painting, sculptures, music, performances, writing or film. The gallery BKK Arthouse for example has specialised on interactive art which turns the visitor himself into the object. Thus it might happen from time to time that you get sprayed with fluorescent colour at an opening. Each week discussion forums, vernissages and film screenings take place - mostly free of charge. Information on the dates and shows can be found either on the website of the BACC or - and this is highly recommended - via the online magazine Bangkok Art Map, which lists all the places-to-be monthly. The map can be downloaded as a pdf file.
Seashell Museum
Golden Mount

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