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Flights to Bangkok in 2021

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inDecemberHigh demand for flights, 18% potential price rise
Cheapest inMarchBest time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop
Average priceS$ 284Average for return flights in December 2021
Return fromS$ 139From Singapore Changi to Bangkok
One-way fromS$ 79One-way flight from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Bangkok

Cheap flights to Bangkok in December, January 2021

The best prices found for TH1 flights for December, January
12 Jan - 19 Jan
SIN

Singapore Changi

DMK

Bangkok Don Mueang Intl

Nonstop

2h 40m
DMK

Bangkok Don Mueang Intl

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 139

Thai AirAsia

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Deal found 7-12-21

10 Jan - 30 Jan
SIN

Singapore Changi

DMK

Bangkok Don Mueang Intl

Nonstop

2h 40m
DMK

Bangkok Don Mueang Intl

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 142

Thai AirAsia

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Deal found 7-12-21

5 Jan - 19 Jan
SIN

Singapore Changi

DMK

Bangkok Don Mueang Intl

Nonstop

2h 40m
DMK

Bangkok Don Mueang Intl

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 146

Thai AirAsia

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Deal found 8-12-21

Bangkok 2021 flight deals

Cheap flights to Bangkok found for this year
30 Dec - 14 Jan
SIN

Singapore Changi

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Nonstop

2h 30m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 164

Scoot

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Deal found 7-12-21

30 Dec - 28 Jan
SIN

Singapore Changi

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Nonstop

2h 30m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 172

Scoot

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Deal found 6-12-21

10 Dec - 17 Dec
SIN

Singapore Changi

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Nonstop

2h 15m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 20m
S$ 174

Gulf Air

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Deal found 7-12-21

Last minute flights to Bangkok

Late deals on return flights to Bangkok, departing today and this week
17 Dec - 22 Dec
SIN

Singapore Changi

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Nonstop

2h 15m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 20m
S$ 174

Gulf Air

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Deal found 7-12-21

18 Dec - 22 Jan
SIN

Singapore Changi

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Nonstop

2h 30m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 180

Scoot

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Deal found 7-12-21

14 Dec - 27 Dec
SIN

Singapore Changi

BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Nonstop

2h 30m
BKK

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

SIN

Singapore Changi

Nonstop

2h 40m
S$ 182

Scoot

View Deal

Deal found 8-12-21

Can I fly to Bangkok from Singapore right now?

Information is based on travel restrictions from Singapore to Bangkok

Most visitors from Singapore need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Bangkok.

COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Singapore must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to Bangkok.

Quarantine requirements
Visitors from Singapore are not required to quarantine after entering Bangkok.

Documents
Thailand Pass - The Thailand Pass is a web-based system for Thai and foreign travelers to fill in their travel and health information and upload the related documents before travelling. This system is operational and will replace the COE system on 1 November, 2021. However, the COE will continue to be used for certain groups of travelers.

MorChana App - Alert application and contact tracing app to be used while in Thailand. Download via Apple Store or Google Play Store.


Can I fly back to Singapore from Bangkok?

Returning to Singapore from Bangkok

COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Bangkok must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 48 hours before departing to Singapore.

Quarantine requirements
Visitors from Bangkok are not required to quarantine after entering Singapore.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Bangkok?

The cheapest ticket to Bangkok found for each month in 2021 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

S$ 194

February

S$ 178

March

S$ 193

April

S$ 209

May

S$ 194

June

S$ 204

July

S$ 197

August

S$ 168

September

S$ 175

October

S$ 206

November

S$ 194

December

S$ 247

At the present moment the cheapest month to fly to Bangkok is currently August; with December being the most expensive. Prices will vary depending on multiple factors such as booking in advance, airline and departure airports and times.

When is the best time to fly to Bangkok?

Average Bangkok flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2021 and 2022 by month

SIN - TH1

Price

S$ 168 - S$ 301

TH1

Temperature

26 - 30 °C

TH1

Precipitation

10 - 320 mm

Flying to Bangkok in August is usually considered the best time to fly. However, you will find other deals are always available year round. If you are looking for warm weather when you arrive off of your flight to Bangkok then April is statistically the hottest. September is historically the period with most rainfall.

When is the best time to book a flight to Bangkok?

The price you pay for your flight to Bangkok may vary depending on when you book. For the best chance of a lower fare, look to book 42 days in advance of your trip. Fares are likely to increase a fortnight or so before your departure date.

From the moment of stepping off a flight to Bangkok in Suvarnabhumi Airport, a visitor to Thailand’s capital can see what’s on offer. Since the airport opened in 2006, it has become something of a symbol for modern Bangkok and is a microcosm of the city itself. Even a stopover in Bangkok can be enjoyed. Excellent restaurants and high-end designer shops sit in the architecturally magnificent hall, alongside huge wooden statues of Spirit Guards. Old Eastern Buddhist traditions exist happily among new Western commercialism in a bustling, stimulating environment.

It would be possible to spend years in the city and still not see all the huge metropolis has to offer, but most tourists book flights to Bangkok hoping to catch some of the favourites. A visit to Wat Pho and the Grand Palace gives an idea of the city’s history. The shopping is unrivalled, with high-end designer malls and street markets both sprawling throughout the city. Thai boxing (Muay Thai) is a popular activity for locals and tourists alike; both watching a fight and training. The nightlife, of course, is notorious, but it’s not just the red light district of Patpong. The Khao San Road, ever-popular with backpackers, is filled with bars, clubs and even Irish pubs, while the central area has some of the world’s super-clubs and most fancy bars. From sunrise to sunset, there is plenty to see in this friendly, accessible city.

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Bangkok climate

Bangkok has a tropical climate with annual temperatures averaging 24 to 33 degrees Celsius. March through May have the highest temperatures and humidity, and approximately June through October is monsoon season, and November through February is cooler and less humid. Keep in mind though, that the monsoon season varies throughout the country, so there may be rain in May and November and floods in October.

When is the best time to fly to Bangkok?

Peak Season:

November to March is the best time to take flights to Bangkok. The temperature is in the mid 20s (Celsius) and the humidity is at its lowest. Prices can be twice as high as in the off season, and hotels are often fully booked.

Off Season:

The off-season prices are appealing, especially if you like it hot and humid and rainy. The least-crowded months tend to be May, June, and September.

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Getting around Bangkok

There are many different ways to get through the busy, crowded streets of Bangkok. Hop aboard the Skytrain, which runs on a raised monorail, for great views of the financial and shopping districts. The train is connected with the underground, which is easy to use and covers the parts of Bangkok not connected to the Skytrain. 

Buses crisscross the city, but the system can be confusing to navigate. You’re better off taking a taxi or tuk-tuk, both of which are inexpensive. 

Don’t rent a car for your stay. You’ll learn quickly that Bangkok drivers are very aggressive and traffic is a nightmare. If you really want your own car, hire a car and driver for the day instead. 

Heading out on foot is doable, but you’ll move slowly. Foot traffic crawls along, which is great if you want to experience the colour of the city, but slow-going if you’re trying to get somewhere. 

The water taxis lining the Chao Praya River are another popular tourist option. You’ll also find that Bangkok is the centre of Thai travel, so you can find a bus, train or flight to almost anywhere else you’re looking to go.

What is good to know if travelling to Bangkok?

  • The Joe Louis Theatre holds nightly puppet theatre performances. Each puppet is manipulated by three puppet masters, who are on stage and an integral part of the show. The puppeteers are trained dancers and the performances mesmerizing.
  • Muaythai, Thai Boxing, is the national sport and, if you have the stomach for it, can be an entertaining evening. It’s an entire performance, including the pageantry of the pre-bout rituals, frenetic gambling and live musical performances.
  • About 95 per cent of the population is Buddhist. Ablutions at a temple involve bowing three times, placing the forehead on the ground at the foot of the Buddha, lighting candles and incense and chanting. Tourists are welcome to participate in any capacity, and small monetary contributions are appreciated.
  • The National Museum is a good place to learn about the history of Thailand. The Grand Palace, one of the most famous attractions, is the major architectural symbol of The Thai Royal Family and is still used for ceremonies. Bangkok’s oldest, largest, and most famous temple is Wat Pho, Temple of the Reclining Buddha. The Reclining Buddha statue is gold plated and inlaid with mother-of-pearl on the soles of its feet.
  • For a look at history through Thai residences, the Jim Thompson house is an excellent example of Thai architecture, with an impressive collection of Oriental art and antiques.
  • When taking a taxi, make sure it’s metered and the meter is running. Most cabbies speak some English, but have someone write your destination in Thai to avoid any misinterpretations. At night cabbies often try to barter a flat rate; insist that they use the meter as it will usually cost less.
  • Nearly every visitor to Bangkok wants to take a tuk-tuk at least once. Be forewarned! All tuk-tuk fares are negotiated; do not get into the tuk-tuk until you have settled on the fare. The exhausts from the surrounding vehicles can be overwhelming and the traffic in central Bangkok is always bad, but one journey by tuk-tuk is an excellent way of discovering the layout of the city.