Cheap flights to Thailand from Australia

Cheap flights to Thailand from Australia

At the moment, August is the best month to book cheap flights to Thailand from Australia. You can book with Direct Flights and find the cheapest return flights to Thailand. Numerous factors impact ticket prices. You should compare airlines and departure airports to zero in on lowest fare to Thailand.

Let us take a look at different airlines that fly to Thailand from different airports.

Flights to Thailand from Melbourne

  • Gulf Air
  •  Thai Airways
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Cebu Pacific
  • Hong Kong Airlines
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • China Eastern

The most popular route from Melbourne to Thailand is ‘Melbourne to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport’.

Flights to Thailand from Brisbane

  • Austrian Airlines
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Thai Airways
  • Virgin Australia
  • China Southern
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Scoot

Flights from Brisbane airport connect to Thailand’s big international airports.

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport
  • Phuket International Airport
  • Chaing mai International Airport

Flights to Thailand from Sydney

  • Qantas Airways
  • Thai Airways
  • Emirates
  • Jetstar Airway
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Malaysia Airlines

It is cheap to fly from Kingsford Smith Airport to Phuket International Airport. Ideally, you should sign up with direct flights to get price alerts.

When to book cheap flights from Australia to Thailand?

When you search for holiday packages to Thailand try to avoid December. In December, prices of international flights soar. The peak season for flying to Thailand is between November to March. But cheap flights are hard to come by during this season. Phuket’s peak season lasts from November to April. You’ll have to book flights and accommodation in advance to side step hefty rates.

The Country’s monsoon season lasts from July to November. However, in the country’s north and central areas, it rains throughout the year from time to time. If you can handle humid and wet weather, this is the cheapest time to fly to Bangkok and beyond.

Ko Samui gets busy during Christmas. Travellers flock to Ko Samui in July and August too to scuba dive, hike and party at night. The famous full moon parties in Ko Pha-ngan take place from November to March as well as August.

The best time to explore Thailand is between the cool months of November to February. Even during this season, temperature can go up to 30 degrees Celsius. But, there are plenty of enchanting beaches and islands in Thailand. You can take up water sports and visit night markets when the temperature goes down.

Tuesday is the cheapest day to book flights to Thailand. On Fridays, ticket prices increase. Morning flights are cheaper in comparison to afternoon flights.

Popular destinations in Thailand

Sometimes Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways offer deals to travellers to Thailand. They are worth checking out. You may even get an upgrade to business class from economy. There are taxi queues outside most airports in Thailand. You’ll have to get a number from the vending machine at the airport to book a taxi. It is advisable to print out a map that gives directions to your hotel. You should get the map in Thai language. If you pay a little extra, the driver will take the highway to avoid pesky traffic jams.

Exploring Bangkok

You can buy a one day ticket for a Chao Phraya river boat to explore Bangkok without any hassle. The Orange Flag line operates all day long. These boats come to piers every 20 minutes. You can get off the boat wherever you like, explore the area and catch a boat to get to your next stop. Take your time to discover the intricate beauty of the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. In Chinatown, you can stroll along the delightful alleyways.

Exploring Koh Samui

You can lounge about the silky beaches in Koh Samui and feast on seafood. The many hills of Koh Samui offer charming viewpoints. Most travellers find the Wat Rattanakosin and Khao Hua Jook pagoda viewpoints breathtaking. There are couple of waterfalls too in Koh Samui with natural pools. You can even take a dip in the cool waters of the natural pools near Namuang Waterfall.

Exploring Chiang Mai

Chaing Mai is a historical city. You’ll love discovering its ancient architecture. There is a nearly square moat and ancient city walls in the middle of the Old City. The mountainous landscape of Chaing Mai calls visitors to witness its natural beauty. Don’t forget to spend some time at the Night Bazaar.