General Travel Information For Flights Cambodia To Thailand
Thailand is arguably one of the most interesting, convenient and safe destinations to visit. This charming country offers a diversity of activities, sights and experiences, from incredibly delicious street foods, beautiful Buddha temples to lazy beach holidays on paradise-like islands. Starting your trip from the neighboring country Cambodia, you can book Cambodia flight tickets to visit Thailand.
Flights from Cambodia to Thailand
The destination of most flights from Cambodia to Thailand is in Bangkok – the capital and also the biggest city of Thailand. Depending on whether your origin is in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap, prices for flight Cambodia to Bangkok can vary from $140 to $230. The average flight time is around 1 hour and 7 minutes. Cheap flights from Cambodia to Thailand are often available in the last months of the year, namely November and December.
When is the best time to visit Thailand?
The rainy season (from May to October) is the time when there will be rain most days in Thailand but not the constant downpour of rain like you may imagine. Particularly heavy rains may occur in the middle months of this season and flooding can ravage the country.
The hot season (from March to May) is the summer period, when temperatures often rise to 35°C in Bangkok. These are the hottest months of the year and the best thing to do during this time is to go to the beach.
The cool season (from November to February) is therefore considered the pleasantest time to visit Thailand as the air is dry and much cooler and there is the least amount of rain.
Accommodation in Thailand
Thailand offers an incredible range of accommodations, from numerous budget hotels, dorms and hostels to luxurious villas and resorts. A bed in a dorm normally costs $4 and adding just another $2,5 can buy you a private room in a simple guesthouse, while the most insanely beautiful upscale hotels in Thailand can cost up to hundreds of US Dollars per night. When you go to the islands, you can find beach bungalows with fans from $10-15 per night. Bungalows are small, friendly hotels with sufficient services including an inexpensive restaurant, safe storage for valuables and left luggage as well as internet access. Air-conditioned rooms will have slightly higher rates.
Getting around in Thailand
Thailand has many different means of transportation which can carry you to every corner of the country. Tuk-tuk, a 3-wheeled vehicle, is the most indigenous mode of transport in Thailand. However, if you are looking for cheap and immediate transport for short distances, motorcycle taxis are a better choice. Two other interesting ways to explore Thailand are by Bangkok BTS Skytrain - an elevated rapid transit system, and Bangkok MRT Subway - an underground railway line. Besides, taxis, buses and songthaews (small pick-up trucks comprised of 2 rows of seats at the back end of the vehicle) are also available across the country.