Arriving in Toronto

Want to fly to Toronto, Ontario? Doing so can now be a pleasure. A traveler just has to depend on Etihad Airways to enter the rich city of culture, beauty and excitement.

Plan Your Next Vacation to Toronto

There are a countless number of entertaining and educational sites throughout Toronto. The famous CN Tower stands at 1,815 feet. Millions of tourists get to look out over the giant metropolis. There is even a glass elevator to shoot a visitor up to the amazing observation deck. Meanwhile, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) contains more than 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science in its worldly collections. At the same time, Yorkville is the charming home to Victorian architecture that houses boutiques and art galleries, as well as the world renowned Toronto International Film Festival. Nature lovers can always take a 10 minute ferry ride to Centre Island, home to an amusement park, recreation areas, beaches, a yacht club and restaurants. If shopping is your thing, the Eaton Centre mall features more than 250 stores in the heart of Toronto's Downtown.

While historical artifacts are always enlightening, plenty of visitors to Toronto want to check out the Hockey Hall of Fame. The massive facility is full of interactive exhibits for the whole family, as well as a trophy room and a replica NHL dressing room. While the entire year is great for flying to Toronto, the winter months tend to get a bit chilly in the snow. Yet, that is precisely what numerous travelers to Toronto are looking for.

Flying from Thailand

Book your flights from Thailand to hundreds of destinations around the world with Etihad Airways. Just sit back and enjoy the exceptional service and luxurious aircraft you have come to expect from Etihad Airways.

Major Airports in Thailand

Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) is the country’s largest airport, is commonly known as the Airport of Smiles, and hosts over 50 million travellers a year. This state of the art facility has a brand new hotel on site. The second largest airport in Thailand is Phuket International Airport (HKT).

Airport Transportation in Thailand

Catching a train to Suvarnabhumi International Airport is easy. The City line from Phaya Thai Station takes 30 minutes or if you are in a hurry you can take the Express which takes only 17 minutes. If a bus is your preferred method of travel, you can take a bus to Suvarnabhumi Airport from the terminals situated at either Jatujak or Ekkama.

You can take the Airport Bus to Phuket Airport from the downtown Phuket bus terminal for a very reasonable price. This journey takes about an hour. The average fare for a taxi to Phuket Airport more expensive, but it takes half the time and offers you more flexibility.

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Interested in Toronto? Consider Yangon

Book your flights to Yangon and prepare to immerse yourself in the natural and architectural beauty that the city has to offer.

Plan Your Yangon Visit

When you travel to Yangon you will be immediately struck by a whole host of stimulation for the senses as you experience the sights, sounds and smells of this city and its unique traditions. If you have a passion for exploring different cultures, there are countless attractions and ways to spend your time. Religious sites are plentiful, the most significant being the Shwedagon Pagoda, and for those who like to get back to basics and mix with the local people, one of the many markets will provide great opportunities for some shopping and haggling.

Peak season is between the months of November and January and booking your tickets to Yangon early is highly recommended during this time. For cheap hotels in Yangon consider scheduling your visit between June and October when the weather is somewhat wetter. Flight deals to Yangon can be found on the Deals section of our website.

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