Book Flights To Thailand

Book Flights To Thailand

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Flight Options to Thailand

Bangkok (Ruh - BKK)



Average17h 25m (1 stop)

Average 18h 35m (1 stop)

Average 17h 55m (1 stop)

From SAR 1,672

From SAR 1,365

From SAR 938

Phuket (RUH - HKT)



Average 14h 40m (1 stop)

Average 01h 25m (direct flight)

Average 13h 25m (1 stop)

From SAR 1,177

From SAR 141

From SAR 967

Koh Samui (KWI - USM)



Average 22h 50m (2 stops)

Average 23h 45m (2 stops)

Average 25h 15m (2 stops)

From SAR 2,008

From SAR 2,404

From SAR 4,351

Popular Airports - Thailand

  • Suvarnabhumi Airport: It's the main airport in Thailand, offering distinctive amenities such as limousine service, car rental, WIFI, VIP lounge, and many more. 
  • Phuket International Airport: It's the second busiest airport in Thailand and a getaway to Phuket Island.

Top Airlines Flying to Thailand

Book through Almosafer and get the best deals. The following is a glimpse of the most popular airlines with the average ticket prices to Thailand.  

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways Baggage Allowance


Average Price

SAR 2,000

  • Spacious seats
  • Onboard meals 
  • Inflight entertainment


Saudia Baggage Allowance Policy

Average Price

SAR 2,269

  • Intertainment kit
  • International cuisine
  • Adjustable seats


Emirates Baggage Allowance Policy

Average Price

SAR 2,008

  • Adjustable headrests
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • In-seat power

Travel Updates

Check out the latest travel, safety and entry requirements for Thailand.

Thailand … The Land of Smiles

No need to stress more the fact that 'The Land of Smiles' has the friendliest people you may ever meet. Adding to that, Thailand features sandy beaches, natural spots, religious sites, and shopping centres. In short, It has ticked all boxes on any traveler's bucket list. Plan your trip now and enjoy cheap flights to Thailand as well as a complete guide to make your trip forever memorable. 

Most Popular Attractions to Visit in Thailand:

  • Grand Palace: Established in 1782, this palace used to be the official residence of the King of Siam (Thailand's former name). Currently, it receives many visitors every year for being one of Thailand's most popular attractions. It also hosts government events and royal ceremonies. 
  • Wat Phra Kaew Temple: You just can't visit Thailand and not notice the Buddist vibes everywhere. No surprise that 93% of the population follows Buddism, which makes one more curious to see a couple of temples during the trip. Wat Phra Kae Temple, aka the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, holds the largest Buddha gold statue beside a huge collection of Buddha images. 
  • Railay Beach: If your traveling group has different interests, go to Railay beach (Rai Leh). It is a small peninsula between 2 cities called Krabi and Ao Nang. High limestone cliffs, which many aspire to climb, block the island's direct access. So, it's only accessible by boats that transit tourists to the stunning relaxing beaches. 
  • Lumpini Park: Families with children would love this gorgeous spot in Bangkok. In addition to the peaceful ambiance, you can rent a boat in the artificial lake. And if you are lucky, you may get the chance to attend the annual 'Concert in the Park' event and listen to some classical soothing music. 

Most Popular Activities to Do in Thailand:

  • Shopping: The Chatuchak Weekend Market, or JJ Market, is the largest in the country. It’s perfect for souvenir shopping. Furthermore, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market doesn't only embrace captivating views but also sells fruits, vegetables, clothes, and souvenirs. You may even try authentic dishes as you're roaming around the market. 
  • Book a Cruise Trip: Chao Phraya River Cruise offer trips that suit all budgets and needs. You will definitely have quality time enjoying the river, along with live entertainment and delicious meals.  
  • Nature & Wildlife Visits: Phuket embraces a bunch of zoos and parks, such as Soi Dog Foundation, Monkey Hill, and Green Elephant Sanctuary Park. It’s a perfect opportunity to teach your children about species in a safe environment. 

The above information is collected from Google Travel guide to Thailand. 

Plan your Itinerary and Learn About Thailand Through our FAQs

Q. Can I travel to Bangkok nowadays in light of the Coronavirus outbreak?

A. Thailand is open to most countries. Around 56 countries like UAE don't require a visa. Neverthless, make sure to always check the recent updates before booking tickets to Thailand or elsewhere. 

Q. What is the most popular airport to fly to Thailand?

A. Suvarnabhumi Airport is located in the capital, Bangkok, so most travelers fly to Thailand through it. 

Q. When is the best time to visit Thailand?

A. November till early April is the peak tourist season, as the weather gets warm and dry. However, you may choose to visit Thailand off-season to get better deals on your package.  

Disclaimer: All fares are subject to availability at the time of booking.