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Fly from Bangkok to Paris with Etihad Airways

Book your flights from Bangkok to Paris with Etihad Airways and exchange one vibrant, food-obsessed capital for another.

Sample the sights and sounds of an incredible city renowned for romance, elegance and some of the finest cuisine on the planet. Take in iconic art at the renowned Louvre gallery, dine at enchanting bistros or refined Michelin star restaurants, and gaze in awe upon world-famous European landmarks.

BKK to CDG: flight facts

Journey time 16hrs 20mins

Exact journey time will vary depending on connections. Take the opportunity for a stopover in Abu Dhabi to Louvre Abu Dhabi, before continuing on to see the original iconic museum in Paris.

Flight distance 6,384 miles

A flight from Bangkok (BKK) to Paris (CDG) via Abu Dhabi (AUH) is 6,384 miles (10,274 kilometres).

Flying from Bangkok to Paris: FAQs

What currency is used in Paris?

France, like many other countries in the European Union, uses the euro (EUR). You can exchange your money before you fly from Bangkok to Paris, or in many banks and Bureau de Change locations around the city. ATMs are also widely available.

After my flight from Bangkok to Paris, how do I get to the city centre?

Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is only 21 miles (34km) from Paris. Book a transfer with Etihad for added comfort and ease, and a driver will meet you in arrivals. The journey to the centre should take around 45 minutes. Other travel options include taxis, train or bus. The regional RER train takes just under an hour to reach the city. Buses take over an hour, with Le Bus Direct the fastest service.

Top tips for Bangkok to Paris

view of paris and tour montparnasse

Spot Paris landmarks from above

In contrast to the high-rise wonders of Bangkok, Paris is mainly a low-rise city. But its one true skyscraper – the 689-foot Montparnasse Tower – is well worth taking a trip to.

Take in the impressive panoramic views from the terrace on the 56th floor of the Montparnasse, or head to the Eiffel Tower’s restaurant – 410 feet above the ground. From here, you can spot the other landmarks in the historic capital of France.

old books on a parisian flea market

Explore the magnificent markets

In Bangkok, the floating markets offer locals and visitors alike a true taste of Thailand, and Paris is similarly fit to burst with markets.

The Marche des Enfants Rouges is the must-visit destination for foodies, with cheeses, fresh breads and other French favourites to try. For antiques, pictures and books, the flea markets of Paris won’t disappoint either – try Marche aux Puces de St-Ouen or Marche d’Aligre.

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