Flights from Amsterdam to Bangkok
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- Sat 21 SepAMSBKKSun 29 SepBKKAMSAeroflotIndirectfrom £439
- Mon 23 SepAMSBKKMon 30 SepBKKAMSAeroflotIndirectfrom £441
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Flight information Amsterdam to Bangkok
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 5717 miles
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Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang
Frequently asked questions
KLM and EVA Air fly directly from Amsterdam to Bangkok. KLM flies each day of the week, with those flights from Amsterdam to Bangkok leaving in the late afternoon. This allows travellers to arrive in Bangkok in the morning. EVA Air operates flights from Amsterdam to Bangkok on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights. These arrive in Bangkok in the afternoon on the following days.
Options for cheap flights from Amsterdam to Bangkok are plentiful if you can consider making one stop. Many routes from Amsterdam to Bangkok make stops in Moscow and Kuala Lumpur. Others have layovers in Jakarta, Cairo, Frankfort, and Doha. The airlines that offer cheap flights from Amsterdam to Bangkok include Aeroflot, EgyptAir, KLM, Lufthansa, Garuda Indonesia, and Qatar Airways. A few of these flights leave in the morning whereas most leave later in the day.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) is unique in that many stores and food stalls are accessed before you go through the security line. The terminal at AMS is split into three different halls. Departure Hall 1 has Piers B and C, and this is where many Schengen flights fly in and out. Other Schengen flights leave out of Pier D in Departure Hall 2. EVA Air flies out of Pier E in Departure Hall 2. KLM operates out of Pier F in Departure Hall 3.
It's advised that you arrive at AMS three hours prior to your departure. Your passport should be kept close to you so that you can present it upon check-in. You’ll need to check with the appropriate authorities regarding visa requirements.
Your flight to Bangkok will arrive in Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). BKK is one of the busiest airports in Asia. The majority of the activity is housed under one main terminal. Dining is available at the Bangkok Cafe Bar and Tastes of Thailand. You'll also find a sauna and spa facility.
Transportation In Bangkok
After collecting your baggage and making your way through customs, look for the ground transportation. The Suvarnabhumi Airport Link is a train service that runs into the center of Bangkok. To catch this train, head to the first floor of the airport. You can travel to downtown Bangkok in about half an hour.
Several BMTA Buses make stops at the airport. A public van might be a good choice as well. You can fit comfortably in these shared vans, and you can make it to your destination with fewer stops. Alternatively, you can hire a taxi or rent a car to get to your hotel.
What to Expect When Arriving in Bangkok
Upon your arrival, your clocks need to be changed. The time difference between the two cities is five hours. You'll have to change currency into Thai baht. You can do this in the airport or at any exchange centre in the city.
Another thing you'll likely do is shed some layers. While temperatures range in Amsterdam from 3 to 17°C, year-round, the average high in Bangkok is over 30°C. Nights only drop into the low 20s. September and October are the rainiest months in Bangkok.
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