Low fares for flights to the capital of Thailand
Jetstar is offering low fares for flights from Melbourne to Bangkok. We’ve found great prices starting from AU$344 round trip. Don’t miss this great opportunity to book cheap tickets to the capital of Thailand!
Thailand’s capital city is a melting pot of exotic aromas, interesting sights and visual delights. Go and see its colorful patchwork of Buddhist temples, towering hotels and three-wheeled tuk-tuks. The weather in Bangkok is dominated by a tropical monsoon climate which means there are three main seasons: hot season from March to June, rainy season from July to October and cool season between November and February. Bangkok’s nicest weather spans the months between November and February. During this this time, the area experiences less frequent rain and moderate temperatures, making Bangkok more livable. Thailand’s dry period generally lasts from mid-November to May, with cool breezes across the country making for a temperate climate up until mid-February.
February – June 2016
Sample dates: 23 Feb – 3 Mar, 25 Feb – 3 Mar, 25 Feb – 8 Mar, 1-8, 3-10, 5-10, 10-17, 15-22, 17-22, 17-26 Mar, 21-28 Apr, 21 Apr – 3 May and many more
Baggage during the trip:
One main cabin bag (56 x 36 x 23 cm) and one other small item, with a total combined weight of up to 7kg per passenger.
For an additional $25 – $60 per passenger per flight you can choose between 15kg to 40kg checked baggage.
For example you can stay in Tara Place for AU$56/night or AU$67/night with breakfast. This modern hotel provides luggage storage, a 24-hour reception and a hair salon. It also features a coffee bar, massage services and free Wi-Fi. Tara Place offers modern rooms equipped with cable/satellite channels, a refrigerator and a mini bar. All include movies-on-demand, bottled water and a private bathroom. A satisfying breakfast is available each morning, and there are numerous restaurants and eateries nearby. A relaxing beverage can be savoured in the on-site bar. Located in Phra Nakhon, Tara Place is close to well-known clubs and pubs. Guests can also visit United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Khaosan Road and the Democracy Monument.