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From Cambodia to Thailand: Flights and Must-see Attractions

Attracting around 16 million travelers each year, Thailand is Asia’s primary travel destination, most famous for its stunning beaches, sophisticated cuisine and Buddhist culture. Starting your trip from the neighboring country Cambodia, you can book Cambodia flight tickets to travel to Thailand.

Flights from Cambodia to Thailand

The two largest airports in Cambodia is Phnom Penh International Airport in the bustling capital Phnom Penh and Siem Reap International Airport in Siem Reap – the home of the temples of Angkor. Departuring from these cities, most flights from Cambodia to Thailand will arrive in Bangkok – the capital and also the largest city of Thailand. Flight Cambodia to Bangkok will vary from $140 to $230 depending on your origin and will take around 1 hour and 7 minutes. November is the time when most ticket prices drop down and you can easily find cheap flights from Cambodia to Thailand.

Top attractions in Thailand

The Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaew

If there is one must-see sight in Bangkok, it's the spectacular Grand Palace – the city's most famous landmark. The complex comprises of royal residences, throne halls, government offices, Buddhist temples, and priceless works of art. While you're there, don't miss the chance to visit Wat Phra Kaew - the most important Buddhist temples in Thailand with the 26-inch tall Emerald Buddha statue.

Floating Markets

Floating markets are the iconic picture in Thailand that depict the exciting and lively local culture. These markets are piled high with tropical fruit and vegetables, fresh and ready-to-drink coconut juice, and local food such as noodles, coconut pancakes, spring rolls and stir fried dishes which are cooked from floating kitchens and served right on the boat.

Sunday Walking Street Market

Sunday Walking Street Market, located in Chiang Mai, will give you an extremely memorable shopping experience you have ever had. As the name reveals, the markets only open on the weekend. The streets are lined up with vendors selling mainly artisan items such as lanterns, wooden boxes, masks, paintings, string lights and unique clothes which won’t be available in anywhere else.

Phang Nga Bay

Located north east of Phuket, Phang Nga Bay is an almost unique site in the world. A distinctive feature of Phang Nga Bay is the sheer limestone cliffs that jut straight out from the calm, emerald green water of Andaman Sea. Sailing around the bay will reveal dramatic limestone islands, lush cliffs, secluded beaches, lagoons, and hidden coves.

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