The offer published at this day: 2018.12.09

Bangkok from London

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from €651 pp, from , 11 nights

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Buzzing, humid and exotic, Bangkok is the larger-than-life city where magnificent temples, historic markets, skyscrapers and rooftop bars create an intoxicating vibe that’s hard to resist.

A blend of the traditional ...

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Offer details


  • Travel duration: 13 days, 11 nights
  • Example date: 25.03-06.04.2019
  • Departure from London- Heathrow (LHR)
  • Flight-2 person
  • 5* Prince Palace Hotel
  • 7.3 on + Certificate of Excellence
  • Luggage included (2 x 5kg)
  • 2 x 23kg checked baggage – Included
  • In-flight meals and entertainment – Included
  • Board basis – Breakfast
  • Return airport transfers
  • protected
  • Based accommodation on 2 adults
  • Prices are per room for 11 nights
    Included: 7 % VAT, 10 % Property service charge

Price breakdown:

  • Total from 1302€ / 2 = 651 €* per person

Optional extras

  • Shuttle transfers –

The offer does not include the following!

Transfer, Excursion entry


Flight ticket

for 2 person


2× Cabin baggage FREE,2× Checked baggage FREE

Meal on the board

Board basis


Airport shuttle available for an additional charge

Number of beds

on 2 adults

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Outbound, 2019.03.25
10h 20m
2019.03.25 - 2019.03.26
12:05LHR - London Heathrow Airport
06:30PEK - Beijing Capital
Economy Air China
# CA 788
Transfer protected by the carrier
waiting 1 hour 45 minute
5h 59m
08:15PEK - Beijing Capital
12:30BKK - Suvarnabhumi Airport
Economy Air China
# CA 757

11 nights accommodation in this place.

Return, 2019.04.06
4h 30m
01:00BKK - Suvarnabhumi Airport
06:20PEK - Beijing Capital
Economy Air China
# CA 980
Transfer protected by the carrier
waiting 1 hour 15 minute
11h 20m
07:35PEK - Beijing Capital
11:50LHR - London Heathrow Airport
Economy Air China
# CA 787

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Prince Palace Hotel *****

One of our top picks in Bangkok.Located in Old Bangkok, Prince PalaceHotel is directly above Bo Bae Tower – a wholesale clothing market. Overlooking Mahanak Canal, the hotel offers an outdoor pool and 7 dining options. Guests enjoy free WiFi in the public areas.

Rooms at Prince Palace are beautifully decorated and well-appointed with air conditioning and cable TV. The modern bathrooms feature a bathtub, free toiletries and slippers.

Guests can relax by the 2 spa pools and enjoy massage treatments at the spa. The hotel provides a business centre and tour desk. Laundry services are available.

Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese and international dishes are served at the hotel’s 4 restaurants. Drinks are available at the Sky Lounge & Karaoke, Palace Bar, Sunset Beer Garden and Piccadilly Pub.

Prince Palace Hotel is approximately 26 km from Suvarnabhumi Airport. Shopping attractions like Pratunam and Khaosan Road are a 10-minute drive away.

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Informations about the destination

Buzzing, humid and exotic, Bangkok is the larger-than-life city where magnificent temples, historic markets, skyscrapers and rooftop bars create an intoxicating vibe that’s hard to resist.

A blend of the traditional and the modern, Bangkok’s every street has a surprise in store. Ramshackle buildings crouch next to striking holy shrines, which are overlooked by modern hotels and offices.

But traditional Thai life is never very far away. Saffron-robed monks weave among the morning rush hour to collect alms; communities dwell in stilt houses by the Chao Phraya River, eking out a living using centuries-old skills.

Most visitors begin in Rattanakosin, drawn by the Grand Palace and Wat Po. It’s here the Chao Phraya River separates the city proper from its old capital Thonburi, a spot where quiet, narrow canals and floating markets illustrate why Bangkok was once called the ‘Venice of the East.’

Banglamphu, the city’s backpacker hub, still draws visitors to the non-stop action of Khao San Road, while the markets and restaurants of Chinatown lie just south. North is the leafy district of Dusit, home to Vimanmek Mansion and numerous government buildings.

East of the canals is modern Bangkok, a hive of activity with countless businesses, markets and shopping malls, handily connected by the BTS Skytrain. Around Siam Square and Victory Monument, and up to Sukhumvit Road, is where Bangkok’s top hotels, restaurants and bars vie for attention.

The weekend market at Chatuchak remains an essential Bangkok experience. Locals, tourists and ex-pats flock here on the weekend to bargain for household goods, souvenirs, clothes and original Thai art before grabbing a bite to eat or a quick leg massage.

Those heading straight for Thailand’s beaches, or to the countryside of the north, miss out on experiencing one of Asia’s most exciting, ever-changing capitals.

Spend a few hours in its charm and it’s easy to see why the great South East Asian gateway is one of the world’s most visited cities; spend a few days in Bangkok and become hooked for life.

When to travel

Thailand has a tropical climate so it is generally very hot, particularly between March and May with April being the hottest month (30°C/86°F). The monsoon season runs from May/June to October, when the climate is still hot and humid with torrential rains. Rain in the south typically continues until December. The best time for travelling is November to March as the monsoon season is over and the hot temperatures of Thailand’s summer are yet to arrive. The southern islands like Koh Samui are best from June to September where temperatures average around 27/28°C (81/82°F).

Good to know

Area code+66
Currency Baht (THB)
VISA info
Spoken language Thai, English

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