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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

Timetable Thailand

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06:00
BKK
14:20
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travel duration: 26:20
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06:00
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11:15
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travel duration: 23:15
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09:05
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11:15
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travel duration: 20:10
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travel duration: 23:15
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12:40
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11:15 +1
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travel duration: 16:35
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19:30
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14:20 +1
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travel duration: 12:50
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Where to stay in Thailand

Where to stay in Thailand
Old Bangkok Inn
Compared to the hotel skyscrapers in the city, the Old Bangkok Inn is refreshingly different. The family-run house has only ten rooms, but shines with its renovated Thai-Teak wooden furnishing from the times of King Chulalongkorn. And the breakfast is terrific (coconut-pancakes!). Important sights such as the Grand Palace are about 20 minutes away by foot. For whom it is too hot to walk: The concierge can call a taxi at any time. Six years ago the rooms were newly decorated and named after Thai plants: Rice, Lemon Grass, Lotus, Jasmine, Orchid and Rose. The Lotus-Suite (starting from 150 Euros) spans over two floors, is kept in a luscious green and provides space for four people (48 square meters), more than four people would be too much though. There's also a kind of private mini garden with lounge chairs, lotus flowers and a bath tub. Splendid! Take note: one should be fit for the steep stairs of the hotel.
Sukhothai
The Chakrabongse

What to see in Thailand

What to see in Thailand
Seashell Museum
A candy store? No, these are scallops in all kinds of colours at the Seashell Museum in Bangkok - we know them from the logo of a Dutch fuel supplier. There are more than 3,000 pieces and 600 species of salt and freshwater animals: snails, molluscs and other sea dwellers. You will recognise the museum at the Soi Silom by the oversized snail on the grey/blue glitter facade and the European architectural style. For a couple of decades Jom Patamakantin and his father have collected the exhibits. A part of the collection is accessible to the public in glass cabinets throughout the three-level building, underneath: a giant clam and a rare slit shell which can only be found in great depths. In the shop next to it you'll find the shells manufactured into pieces of jewellery.
Art Centre
Soi Cowboy

Where to shop in Thailand

Where to shop in Thailand
Flower Market
One can already smell it when the boat stops at the Memorial Bridge. The Pak Khlong Talat flower market is located on the Chao Phraya and has existed since the reign of Rama I. However, back then the flowers, fruits and vegetables were sold out of the boats. Today the salesmen have solid ground under their feet and probably one of the most beautiful working places in the city. The market is overwhelming with all its exotic magnificence, the intense scent and the rich diversity of flowers and tends to let the visitor almost forget that the temperature is about 35° C in the shade at a humidity of around 90 per cent. Even though the Pak Khlong Talat is open continuously - a visit is possible anytime - one should try to be there at sunrise. At this time the boats land with a fresh delivery from the province and the retailers of the city stock up with the daily requirement. And don't forget the camera! By the way: One bunch of 50 roses, rolled up in newspaper, costs only one Euro, orchids a bit more. And the salesmen can also pack the flowers suitably for a flight.
Pantip Plaza
Tha Prachan

Where to eat in Thailand

Where to eat in Thailand
Spring
The rundown buildings along the grey and bumpy road that leads to the restaurant abandon any hope of a romantic evening in a relaxed atmosphere. But then the Spring appears between a row of houses. A warm light shimmers through the large windows and a group of stylish expats and Asians are lounging  in huge pillows in the garden in front of the restaurant. Authentically Thai? Probably not, but it's quiet and green for sure - and the best place for leaving the busy city behind and cuddling with your date while watching the stars. The Western touch is also reflected in the bill. The international dishes are good, but no extraordinarily gustatory explosion. The spring is especially a location for urban people who want to ease up and then stop by the popular Enchanted Bar (Sukhumvit Soi 55/J Avenue). You have to make a reservation there as well, otherwise you may face the same situation as facebook-founder Marc Zuckerberg, who stopped by the bar but didn't get a seat anymore.
Ruen Urai
Central Food

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