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Bangkok

Flash Sale: Fly to Bangkok with Etihad from £430

Tongue-tingling food, friendly people, lavish temples and soaring skyscrapers... Bangkok really does have it all! And, for the next 48hrs only, this highly ranked city destination is more attractive than ever, with flights to Bangkok from London starting at just £430pp with Etihad Airways.

Simply wandering the streets of Bangkok is a hugely rewarding experience. Older districts like Chinatown and Banglamphu are wonderful places to get a feel for the city's past, and soaking up the nightlife in places like Th Sukhumvit gives a glimpse into its future as a thriving and all-embracing city. Regardless of the language barrier, locals will engage with you with warmth and charm, whether you're ordering a fiery som tam salad in a roadside cafe or bartering at a flower stall in the colourful Pak Khlong market.

Thai flower girl

Foodies will never be short of new delicacies to sample in Bangkok, with intense combinations of sweet, sour, salty and spicy available all over the city. Try Sukhothai noodles for an example of the perfect balance of flavours and textures in Thai food, or the popular sate skewers, made with pork or liver marinated in coconut cream, barbecued and dipped in delicious peanut sauce.
Satay chef

History buffs will enjoy the many ancient houses scattered in with the new in Bangkok, as well as the ornate Buddhist temples nestling in amongst the buzzing, neon-lit streets. The Grand Palace, still used by King Bhumibol Adulyadej for official occasions, lies at the heart of Bangkok, and is a must-see for visitors. Its construction began in 1782, and the complex of ornate buildings, courtyards and lawns was expanded from then onwards to its current, sprawling magnificence.

Grand Palace

As well as the bustling streets, vibrant markets and sleek new malls and hotels on offer in Bangkok itself, the stunning beach resorts, rivers, shrines, temples and landscapes of Thailand lie within easy reach for the adventurous traveller wanting to explore this extravagantly beautiful country.
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Call us on 0844 251 0151 to take advantage of these very limited offers and book your seat to Bangkok - the 'City of Angels'!

UPDATE

This flash sale has now ended. However, we are always keen to beat internet prices over the phone, so for a great deal on flights to Bangkok and holidays to Thailand, give us a call!

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