Travel to Thailand is becoming cheaper and cheaper

Expensive plane tickets to Thailand are becoming something from the past. In the past years more and more Low Cost and Budget Airlines are expanding their route to many destination in Asia and Australia.

Nok Air is a Thai Low Cost Budget Airline just opened the first international daily flights connecting Bangalore (India) with Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi airport).

Tiger Airways is Low Cost Airline which connect Australia with other Asia countries. They have flight at low cost airfares from Darwin and Perth ( Australia ) to Bangkok, Phuket and Krabi ( Thailand ), from Perth ( Australia ) to Udonthani and Hat Yai ( Thailand ), from Singapore to Bangkok, Krabi, Hat Yai, Phuket and Udonthani ( Thailand ), from Padang ( Indonesia ) to Phuket ( Thailand ).

Jetstar.com is an Australia and Singapore low fares airline for Australia and the Asia pacific. Connect many cities between Australian, New Zealand and several South East Asian countries. Is possible to make a reservation for low fares ticket directly from Jetstar.com website.Low Cost tickets are offered from Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney ( Australian ) to Bangkok and Phuket, from Lauceston ( Australia ) to Bangkok, from Perth ( Australia ) to Phuket, from Jakarta ( Indonesia ) to Bangkok, from Christchourch ( New Zealand ) to Bangkok and Phuket ( Thailand ), from Singapore to Bangkok and Phuket ( Thailand ), from Taipei to Phuket, ( Thailand ).

What about accommodation in Thailand ? on Thailand Hotel Guide you will find for sure the right accommodation for you. It aggregate several hotel networks all in one site. The list of Hotels, Resort, Guest House, Bungalows, Villa is incredible huge. You can book Hostels or Guest House in Bangkok as low as 7 Us Dollar a day or you can stay in one of Bangkok Exclusive 5 star Hotels.

3 thoughts on “Travel to Thailand is becoming cheaper and cheaper

  • September 11, 2007 at 6:08 pm
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    And now the whole country is turning to cheap bagpacker destination.

  • September 12, 2007 at 10:30 am
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    I agree. Khao San road is over-run with them and they are even making a move on Sukhumvit road. It’s time for Thailand to take an anti-backpacker stance before Sukhumvit becomes Khao San II.

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