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Fly from Bangkok to Munich with Etihad Airways

Flights from Bangkok to Munich transport you from the vibrant streets of Thailand’s capital to the historical buildings of Bavaria. Your journey includes a connection in Abu Dhabi with the option of enjoying a stopover in this incredible city.

Arrive in Munich and explore the charming cobble-stoned streets of this ancient Bavarian city. Head to central Marienplatz to marvel at the architecture, visit the former royal palaces at Munich Residenz, or wander among the beautiful gardens of the Englischer Garten.

BKK to MUC: flight facts

Journey time 15hrs 30mins

Your journey time is dependent on your connection in Abu Dhabi. You could extend your stay in the city for a day or two to explore.

Flight distance 5,964 miles

The flight from Bangkok (BKK) to Munich (MUC) via Abu Dhabi (AUH) covers a distance of 5,964 miles (9,598 kilometres).

Your flight from Bangkok to Munich

Your journey from Bangkok to Munich sees you set off from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and fly over the Indian Ocean and India before reaching Abu Dhabi.

The next leg of your journey will take you north-west towards Europe before touching down at Munich International Airport (MUC).

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Your flight from Bangkok to Munich

What area of Munich should I stay in?

For the most charming surroundings in Munich, book a stay in Altstadt, the old town full of cobbled streets and impressive old buildings. For nightlife, consider Glockenbach or opt for a spot close to the river in serene Haidhausen.

What is the food like in Munich?

You’ll discover delicious Bavarian specialties everywhere you go in Munich. The food is hearty and filling, with classics such as schnitzel, sausages, and spätzle, a German noodle. However, you’ll also find most international cuisines represented in Munich’s wide range of restaurants.

Top tips for Bangkok to Munich

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Marvel at the Munich Residenz

Just like the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the former royal residence Munich Residenz is open to the public. It’s the biggest city palace in the country and visitors can admire the architecture and royal collections. It’s easy to imagine kings and Bavarian dukes walking around its walls when they lived here between 1508 and 1918.

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Surf on Eisbach River

While the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok is used for everything from floating markets to water taxis, the Eisbach in Munich boasts a much more unusual purpose. This man-made river is used by surfers looking to perfect their technique without needing to leave the city. The Eisbach flows through the Englischer Garten – a beautiful park in the city and a great spot to dry off when the sun’s shining.

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