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Fly from London Heathrow to Bangkok with Etihad Airways

Swap one capital city for another when you book flights from London to Bangkok. Emerge in a colourful and energetic land, where the streets are neon-lit, the food is aromatic and the people greet you with a smile

When you fly to Bangkok with Etihad, it’s easy to relax as you plan an itinerary packed with once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Soak up spirituality at the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, visit Chatuchak Market or venture to Khao San Road to witness unforgettable energy.

Book a flight today to start the countdown to your Thai adventure.

LHR to BKK: flight facts

Journey time 15hrs 40mins

Your journey time may differ depending on the length of your connection in Abu Dhabi.

Flight distance 6,549 miles

Flights from London Heathrow (LHR) to Bangkok (BKK) via Abu Dhabi (AUH) cover 6,549 miles (10,540 kilometres).

Your flight from London to Bangkok

Etihad’s London Heathrow to Bangkok flights journey south-east across Europe, bound for a connection in Abu Dhabi.

Opt to extend your stay in the capital of the UAE to see two cities in one trip. Or, simply wander through the array of airport shops before continuing across the Arabian Sea to Bangkok.

*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.

Flying from London to Bangkok: FAQs

How do I get from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to Bangkok city centre?

One of the easiest ways to get to the city centre after arriving at Suvarnabhumi Airport is by taxi. You can find these parked up at level 1, one floor below the arrival’s hall. If you’d prefer to make the trip into Bangkok using public transport, you can catch the rail link or shuttle bus.

Where are the beaches in Bangkok?

While the city itself doesn’t have beaches, there are plenty near by to explore. Travel up the coast to Hua Hin for the original Thai beach resort, or jump on a boat and explore the many islands in the Gulf of Thailand.

Top tips for London to Bangkok

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See the Grand Palace

A landmark to rival Buckingham Palace, the Grand Palace is one of Bangkok’s best-loved attractions. This impressive complex of buildings is adorned with golden decorations and pagodas, making it a sight to behold. It is also home to the most important religious site in Thailand, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.

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Expeience a floating market

You may be used to London markets in places such as Brick Lane or Portobello Road, but they do things a little differently in Bangkok. Here, vendors take to the canals to display colourful products such as spices and handcrafted souvenirs. Boat tours operate to help you find your way around the many and varied floating stalls.

The best of Bangkok

Thailand’s magical capital is famously energetic. Now a new wave of luxury tourism brings rooftop dining and luxury hotels. Discover the best ways to experience Bangkok with our online magazine, Atlas.

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