Thailand's low-cost airlines includes AirAsia and Thai Lion Air.
AirAsia has been awarded the "World's Best Low Cost Airline" for six consecutive years. AirAsia Thailand is a joint venture between Malaysia's AirAsia and Thai AirAsia Shipping Company Limited, which operates AirAsia's domestic and international routes from Bangkok and other cities in Thailand. Thai AirAsia is the only low-cost carrier operating both domestic and international services from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Thai Lion Air is a low-cost airline in Thailand. The company is headquartered in Bangkok's Langman district. Lion Air is cheap even when it is not on sale, much cheaper than the average flight, so getting a ticket from Lion Air is enjoying a sale.
Generally cheap airlines will cancel free baggage check-in, so be sure to take into account the weight of your luggage when you buy a ticket to avoid having to pay extra for checked baggage when you check in.
Cheap airfare tips:
There are four major sales per year (February, May, August and November) and one small sale per week. There will be $0 airfares during the sales, so keep an eye on the official website for promotional times and information.
November-March is the best time of the year to visit Bangkok. This is the cool season and the most suitable temperature, about 17-25°C, which is a good time to visit.
The cheapest time is basically from March to May, when it is the rainy season in most parts of Thailand and many hotels are cheaper than from October to February.
Khao San Road is cheap and close to the Chao Phraya River, the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the Temple of King Cheng and other Thai landmarks, so many backpackers choose this place as their first stop in the "Land of Smiles".
Bangkok's famous night markets include Khao San Road Night Market, a favorite of backpackers from all over the world; Asiatique Pier Night Market with its romantic Ferris wheel; Ratchada Train Night Market, the most beautiful night market, and Art Box Night Market, a young and trendy night market.
Khao San Road in Bangkok, Thailand is probably the most famous pedestrian street in Thailand, known locally as a backpacker's hangout.
Khao San Road has a "Little United Nations" vibe, where young people from all over the world meet to experience the local culture at its most local, including street food stalls, all-night bars, Thai crafts and the red light district.
The Tuk Tuk is Thailand's iconic civilian-priced mode of transportation, and the experience is even more significant than the transportation function.
Generally speaking, locals pay about 30% less than a taxi for a Tuk Tuk ride, but most Tuk Tuk drivers will charge travelers an exorbitant price, so when taking a Tuk Tuk, be sure to negotiate a price with the driver before boarding.
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