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Visiting Bangkok Intl. Airport
When you purchase flights to Bangkok, you will find yourself at Bangkok Shuvarnabhumi Intl Airport. Alternatively called Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok's chief international transportation hub is Bangkok's busiest airport, having surpassed the older Don Mueang International Airport. Upon your arrival at the airport, you can access the Internet, exchange dollars for Thai baht, take part in shopping and dining, and even visit the airport's medical center if the need arises. Bangkok flights from the US typically take almost a full day of travel.
Tips for Cheap Flights to Bangkok
Tickets to Bangkok do not have to be as expensive as many people believe. Last minute Bangkok airfare can be very pricey, but planning a trip in advance can save hundreds of dollars. Flights to Bangkok should ideally be purchased at least one month in advance. Buying tickets to Bangkok well ahead of the time of travel virtually guarantees a better price as well as the most favorable seat on the airplane. If your trip to Thailand is not dictated by a specific date, consider timing your trip around the area's low season. The heat of summer, from May to September, causes prices to drop in all areas including Bangkok airfare.
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Bangkok Traveler Info
You will need to have the appropriate traveler information with you before you enter Thailand. Your passport must not expire within six months of the time that you travel. If your passport is near expiration, you may not be allowed entry into the country. Conveniently, you will not need a visa for a short stay in Thailand. However, if you plan on staying in Bangkok for more than two weeks, you will pay a Passenger Service Charge when you depart. It is very important that you do not stay beyond the time period that is stamped on your passport. Otherwise, you can be fined and can even face jail time. If your visit to Suvarnabhumi is work related, you will also need a work permit.