Cheap Flights from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Phuket in 2019
Flight information Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Phuket
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Fly from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phuket International Airport
White sandy beaches, turquoise waves and a friendly, laid-back atmosphere make the island of Phuket a welcoming respite from everyday life. Surf, snorkel or relax on Kamala Beach, sample Thai cuisine and stroll through the Chillva Night Market in Phuket Town.
Flying from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to Phuket International Airport (HKT) will last around an hour and 20 minutes, covering just over 400 miles by air. The airport acts as a hub for Thai Airways, Thai AirAsia and Bangkok Airways. Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways service the majority of the flights between the two cities along with VietJet Air. Flights from all carriers are continuous throughout the day.
Facilities at Phuket International Airport
Flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to Phuket International Airport (HKT) will land at Terminal 2, which is designated for domestic flights. Terminal 1 handles all international travel. A free airport bus provides transportation between terminals. Airlines that service Phuket International Airport include Aeroflot, Korean Air, China Air, Finnair, and Emirates. There are banks, currency exchanges, duty-free shopping, traveler information kiosks, bars and restaurants at the airport.
Visitors can reach the center of Phuket Town by taxi for $12. It is a 20-mile journey that will last around 40 minutes. There's a bus from the airport to points around Phuket, and travelers can also rent a car at airport kiosks.
Things to do Near Phuket International Airport
There are many restaurants and hotels right next to the airport. Nearby is Splash Jungle Water Park, a fun way for the whole family to cool off when the temperatures are warm. Within a few miles of the airport is Sirinat National Park, a dazzling mix of seascape and jungle that highlights Phuket's natural beauty.
Phuket Fantasea, a few miles south of the airport, features elephant shows and Thai dancing. A theme park focusing on Thai culture, it offers an introduction to Thai traditions and customs with handicrafts and activities.
Hints and Tips for Phuket International Airport
Phuket enjoys a temperate climate. April and May feature temperatures with highs in the 80s and 90s. Phuket does experience a monsoon season during September and October. Travelers flying from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to Phuket International Airport (HKT) during this period can expect rain and temperatures in the 70s and 80s.
April 13 is Thai New Year. Travelers planning flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) to Phuket International Airport (HKT) during this time can take part in the festivities.
Thai cuisine is characterized by fresh and flavorful dishes. Phuket, as a trading port, experienced international contact that is reflected in its mix of Chinese and Malay influences. Fish curry, known as Gaang Sôm Blah, includes spices and creamy coconut milk. Kanohm Jin is a noodle dish with fresh vegetables that is often eaten for breakfast. Sweets include ice cream made to order with fresh fruit and Oh-Aew, which is made with bananas, sweet syrup and red beans. A meal of several courses in a fine restaurant will cost two people around $20.
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