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One of the most well-known destinations of South East Asia, Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. A massively popular tourist destination, Bangkok is famed all over the world for its nightlife, pub culture, and shopping opportunities. Its night markets are some of the most famous across the world. It is the cultural and financial capital of the country.
The major attractions of Bangkok include the Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Golden Buddha, CentralWorld, Lumphini Park, Yaowarat Road and others. Tourists mostly flights to Bangkok to cover the city as well as the other major attractions of the country, such as Koh Samui, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Pattaya as well as others.
The main international airport that serves the city of Bangkok is the Suvarnabhumi International Airport. It operates with BKK as its IATA code and VTBS as its ICAO code, and is one of the largest international airports in the Southeast Asian region, covering an area of 3,240 hectares of area. It is the ninth busiest airport in Asia, and the 20th busiest airport in the world, handling more than 53 million passengers on an annual basis. The airport offers all required passenger amenities such as ATMs, smoking rooms, lounges, hotels, restaurants, a huge duty free shopping area and car rental kiosks. Tuks tuks, taxis, buses, shared transfers and airport shuttles are easily available from the airport for tourists looking to get to the city center. The metro line also connects directly to the airport.
The airport has replaced the already existing Don Mueang international Airport, which is still in operation but serves only a limited number of flights and mostly to domestic destinations, apart from a few international noncommercial flights. Regular scheduled flights to Bangkok are easily available, and mostly have to be booked in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons such as the New Year and Christmas.
Flights to Bangkok:
Nearly 95 airlines and air carriers serves Suvarnabhumi International Airport, offering regular, seasonal as well as private flights to Bangkok. The major airlines that serve the airport include China Airlines, Azur Air, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Druk Air, Garuda Indonesia Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, Korean Air, Shandong Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, Ural Airlines, Air India, Air Macau, Austrian Airlines and many others.
The major destination from where flights to Bangkok are easily available include Kolkata, Beijing, Dhaka, Paris, Hong Kong, Delhi, London, Manila, Vienna, Baku, Tel Aviv, Cairo, Amsterdam and Singapore.