Moscow to Bangkok Flights (MOW-BKK)

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Moscow to Bangkok Flights (MOW-BKK)

Moscow (MOW) to Bangkok (BKK) Flight Deals

  1. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    30.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    20.01.2020

    21 Days
    34,135RUB
  2. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    31.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    20.01.2020

    20 Days
    34,135RUB
  3. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    30.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    18.01.2020

    19 Days
    34,925RUB
  4. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    30.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    17.01.2020

    18 Days
    35,605RUB
  5. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    28.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    16.01.2020

    19 Days
    42,640RUB
  6. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    27.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    12.01.2020

    16 Days
    44,430RUB
  7. Moscow (SVO) to Bangkok (BKK)

    SVO-BKK

    25.12.2019

    SVO-BKK

    10.01.2020

    16 Days
    44,430RUB

Moscow to Bangkok

Your Finnair flight from Moscow will depart from Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), located around 32 km to the northwest of the city, or Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME), 42 km to the south. Finnair invites you to fly with us to one of more than 100 locations around the world. Experience for yourself why we have been proud servants of the planet’s skies for over 90 years.

Sheremetyevo International Airport is easily reached via public transport from Moscow. Aeroexpress operate a nonstop line which links Belorussky Station and the airport, with the journey taking around 35 minutes. Alternatively, the 817 and 851 bus lines run between the airport and various areas of the city, departing every 10 minutes with a journey time of between 33 and 55 minutes.

Departing from Moscow with Finnair

  • When it’s time to leave Moscow, your Finnair flight from Sheremetyevo International will depart from Terminal D.
  • Check-in at SVO opens 2 hours before departure and closes 45 minutes prior to your flight.
  • Alternatively, you can save time by checking-in online or on your mobile as we believe that flying should be as effortless as possible.

Bangkok, the capital of Thailand and home to more than 7 million people, is one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations. Visitors fly to Bangkok to shop, eat and drink at low prices, experience pulsating nightlife and take in the beautiful temples that can be found throughout the city. Behind the skyscrapers of the city centre, long tail boats dash along narrow canals, where luxurious teak villas and wooden shacks built on top of poles sit side by side. Getting to other destinations in Thailand or elsewhere in Asia is simple from the city’s huge, modern Suvarnabhumi Airport. Krung Thep, meaning “City of Angels,” is an alternative name for Bangkok.

SIGHTS IN BANGKOK

  • Grand Palace – Bangkok’s most famous landmark. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam (and later Thailand) since 1782. The king, his court and his royal government were based on the grounds of the palace until 1925.
  • Wat Phra Kaew – the renowned temple area next to the Grand Palace in Bangkok is one of the most spectacular sights in Bangkok and home to the mesmerising Emerald Buddha.
  • Wat Pho – one of the largest temples in Thailand, which houses the 15 metre-tall and 46-metre-long golden Reclining Buddha statue.

ROOFTOP TERRACES

Rooftop terraces abound in Bangkok and can be a more pleasant alternative to a visit to an observation deck. Lebua Tower has a four-floor rooftop terrace – featured in many famous films - providing stunning city views. Other rooftop terraces worth a visit can be found at Sofitel So and Banyan Tree hotel.

  • Baiyoke Tower II – the tallest skyscraper in Thailand with an 84th-floor observation deck offering panoramic views of the city.
  • Khao San Road – an area famous within the backpacker community, this street offers many inexpensive accommodation options.
Lumphini Park is a perfect place to get plenty of fresh air, admire enormous iguana lizards and row a boat on the lake as catfish jump around you.

THINGS TO SEE AND DO NEAR BANGKOK

  • Damnoen Saduak – this “floating market,” where women dress in traditional costume and sell fruit and vegetables from their boats, is 2 hours from Bangkok.
  • Hua Hin – established tourist resort with beautiful beaches. 3 hours from Bangkok.
  • Koh Samet – the perfect island for a quiet getaway during your stay. 4 hours from Bangkok.

SHOPPING IN BANGKOK

Siam Square and Central World – cool down in western-style shopping malls when the heat of Bangkok gets too heavy. Good prices and global brands are represented together with a massive selection of restaurants.

MBK Center – also known as Mahboonkrong, this shopping mall has five floors of low-cost gadgets, clothes and handicraft. Visitors should be aware that a lot of the goods sold at markets are not genuine but cheap – from contact lenses to Gucci handbags.

Chatuchak Weekend Market – a gigantic outdoor market in Bangkok open on weekends with seemingly anything and everything on offer. We also recommend Pratunam Market.

THAI FOOD & DRINK IN BANGKOK

Food and drink are generally very inexpensive in Thailand, and this is especially true in regard to local Thai dishes available at small restaurants or when buying from one of the city’s countless food trucks. Bangkok has more expensive alternatives, however, and prices can differ dramatically depending on what you choose. Thai food in Bangkok is influenced by both Chinese and Indian cuisine. In Bangkok people eat using either a fork and spoon or chopsticks and rice is the most important component in cooking, along with the famous nam pla fish sauce. The delicacies of the mouth-watering Thai cuisine are available both at the high-end restaurants on Sukhumvit Road and in street kitchens.

  • Tom Yum Kung – lemongrass soup with chilli peppers and prawns.
  • Gaeng Keow Wan Kai – green chicken curry in coconut milk.
  • Gaeng Deng – red curry dish with coconut milk and finely chopped pieces of meat.
  • Tom Yum Gung – a soup with lemongrass, galangal, mushrooms and prawns.
  • Tom Kha Kai – soup with coconut milk, lemongrass, galangal and chicken.
  • Pad Thai – wok noodles with vegetables, a tasty fish sauce, chilli peppers and chopped cashew nuts.
  • Thai iced tea – strongly-brewed black tea mixed with condensed milk and sugar.
  • Wine – available but expensive.
  • Beer – local and international brews.

TRANSPORT IN BANGKOK

  • Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT) – Bangkok’s subway and skytrain, the Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) is the best way to get around but be aware that it does not go everywhere. Stations are well marked.
  • Taxi – using a taxi in Bangkok is relatively inexpensive and handy, also good to travel longer distances. Never agree on a price for a taxi; instead, make sure the driver uses a metre.
  • Riverboats – good value boat tours in Bangkok are available from the Saphan Taksin area and are a handy travel option when visiting Bangkok’s riverside sights.

Weather in Bangkok

Saturday
26°C 17.08.2019
Sunday
34°C 18.08.2019
Monday
33°C 19.08.2019
Tuesday
34°C 20.08.2019
Wednesday
30°C 21.08.2019
Thursday
33°C 22.08.2019
Friday
32°C 23.08.2019
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