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Bangkok, Thailand

You know it as Bangkok, but its actual name is the longest in the world!

Flights to Bangkok with Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian offers flights to Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi International Airport. Purchase your ticket directly from this page and travel to the land of massage and floating markets.

Royal Jordanian offers comfortable direct flights to Bangkok with affordable rates. Moreover, it ranks among the 20 safest airlines in the world to travel with! You can also take advantage of our Happy Friday offers to get your tickets at a discounted rate!

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    • Starting from
    • October
    • 467.78 JOD
    • November
    • 713.48 JOD
    • December
    • 1578.79 JOD

Fly to Bangkok and discover new experiences

Bangkok is a very interesting city to travel to. It has its own wildlife, a ‘green lung’ which is a forest that purifies the air and the largest weekend market in the world… just to name a few.

Thai Massage: People pay a lot to get Thai massages in spas around the world, and five-star spas and hotels provide it as part of their services to enrich a guest’s stay. So when you are in Bangkok, you should not miss an actual Thai massage.

Snake Farm: Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute - this organization produces anti-venom serum for snake-bite victims nationwide. It is very interesting to go for a day-tour there, and it’s quite interesting to watch cobras getting milked behind thick glass and learn a lot about snakes other than what is already known… to fear them!

Erawan Shrine: This Hindu shrine is a photogenic spot where incense constantly burns and traditional Thai dancers in full costume are often found. You can slice some time when you are exploring the busy city center in order to get some quiet time and take photos of authentic and calm Bangkok.

Discover the historical sites in Bangkok

Thailand has never been colonized; therefore, when you travel there, you will find original untouched evidence of the nation’s history in Bangkok. These historical places include:

Wat Arun Temple: This temple has been there since the 17th century. It is one of the main landmarks that distinguishes Bangkok. In the early morning, its surface reflects light in a pearly iridescence. At Wat Arun Temple, one can admire Bangkok’s architectural significance and spiritual culture!

The Grand Palace: Built in the 17th century, it was used as the residence and headquarters for Thailand’s royalty. It is the city's most famous landmark. The Grand Palace with its intricate details and magnificent architecture is an expression of the creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people.

Jim Thompson House: The name is not Thai indeed, but this house is definitely part of Bangkok’s history. The name belongs to a former New York architect who came to Thailand as a soldier in WWII and re-established the Thai silk industry. This beautiful traditional home houses a fine and priceless collection of Asian art and silk. Jim received the Royal Order of the White Elephant but had mysteriously disappeared in the jungles of Malaysia in 1967.

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