Whether it’s palm-lined beaches and azure waters, amazing cultural architecture, a wealth of history, exotic cuisine, or wildlife and adventure; a holiday to Thailand will not disappoint. With its mix of urban centres, tropical islands, and rainforests, Thailand remains one of the most popular holiday destinations. Make sure to arrive ready to experience this amazing country by enjoying business class flights to Thailand from the UK on your trip.
At Just Fly Business, we have contracts with all the scheduled airlines to ensure you get the perfect flights to suit your needs. Our team of specialist consultants can find you cheap business class flights to Thailand that don’t compromise on quality. So when the time comes to start planning your amazing holiday, contact us for the best deals on business class flights to Thailand.
The most popular destination in Southeast Asia, Thailand earns its title for good reason. From the rainforests in the north to the sparkling waters of the south and everything in between, holidays in Thailand are as varied as visitors that go there. Whether your ideal holiday is relaxing on the beaches of Phuket or Krabi; diving the reefs of Koh Samui and Koh Tao; exploring the ruins of Ayutthaya or Sukhothai; experiencing the natural beauty of the rainforests and village tribes near Chiang Mai; or shopping, indulging in the food, markets, and temples or visiting on business in Bangkok, this country truly has something for everyone!
With so much to see and do, it’s important to make sure you arrive refreshed and ready to go. That’s where the specialists at Just Fly Business can help. We can source the best business class flights to Thailand, as well as organise fully ATOL protected luxury holidays including hotels and tours. Make the most of this exotic country with a journey that treats you right from before you even leave.
With such a diverse range of holiday types, it’s important to know what you want to get out of your Thailand holiday. Each area of the country offers visitors something different and unique. Easily combinable, each region can be put into an itinerary making a beach holiday with a city break at the end, or an adventure holiday with a relaxing finish. There really is that much to see and do here.
The wild jungle areas of the far north of Thailand have become a popular tourist destination. The natural landscape is dotted with waterfalls as rivers run down from the mountainous areas through the dense rainforest.
With a wealth of wildlife in the area, many primates and birdlife can be seen on walks that can include visiting hill tribe villages or animal sanctuaries, including elephant sanctuaries where it has also become a destination for volunteers.
The city of Chiang Mai in the heart of the region can be accessed by a short flight from many Southeast Asian cities and is famous for its night market, old city centre complete with temples, square walls, and moat, and the temples of Doi Suthep and Doi Inthanon perched on the top of the mountain overlooking the city.
The area is also great for thrill seekers as the rivers offer a wide variety of options from whitewater rafting to traditional river rafting, and ziplines zigzag amongst the rainforest canopy.
Temples at Doi Inthanon National Park
In the lower half of the northern region the ancient city of Sukhothai contains nearly 200 temples dating back to the first Kingdom of Siam in the 13th and 14th century. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it operated as the capital of the Thai Empire for approximately 140 years and contains excellent examples of early Thai architecture including carved sculptures of elephants under chedis, statues of Buddha, and was also the location of the Ramkhamhaeng stele containing the first example of Thai writing.
With the capital city of Bangkok falling into this region, the central area including Bangkok is a gateway to the rest of the country and creates an ideal city break, business centre, and stopover location for passengers en route to further destinations.
This vibrant city blends the old traditions of the country with modern skyscrapers and luxury hotels. The city is famous for the Grand Palace and the many temples such as Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew (the Temple of the Emerald Buddha), and Wat Pho (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha).
As with many cities, there is a large range of things to interest visitors. The Floating Markets are an excellent morning adventure to take in how the Chao Phraya River has influenced the city’s economy, while Chatuchak Markets will certainly have whatever you are looking for in one of its 15,000 stalls. For those looking to experience the livelier side of the city, Khao San Road is a must with its bars, street food stalls, and shops always filled with locals and tourists alike.
To the north of Bangkok lies another of Thailand’s historic capital cities, Ayutthaya. Founded in 1350 and lasting four centuries, it was once one of, if not the largest, cities of the world with a population of over one million people. Powerful from its location on trade routes, the Kingdom sent emissaries as far as the French Court of Versailles and the Mughal Court in Delhi. Nowadays the historical park is mostly an archaeological site but the former splendour is still pronounced by several prang’s and big monasteries.
To the west of Bangkok, the town of Kanchanaburi has a more recent historical link. Situated on the River Kwai, it now lives in infamy for the bridge built over it by prisoners of war during World War II. Nearby, the war cemetery and museum to the Thailand – Burma Railway covers Hellfire Pass which can be visited on a half or full day tour.
Train ride along the banks of the River Kwai, near the infamous bridge
The Gulf of Thailand and the Andaman Sea dominate the southern region of Thailand. Beach resorts abound in Pattaya and Hua Hin in the north which are just a few hours from the capital making Bangkok an hassle-free gateway. These resort cities are popular with visitors looking for a blend of city and beach life.
View along Pattaya Beach and city
To the south in the Gulf of Thailand, the islands of Koh Samui, Koh Pha Ngan, and Koh Tao on the east coast offer holiday-makers the exotic island life with resorts ranging from budget to ultra-luxury. Each island has its own atmosphere with Koh Samui being the most popular with its own airport and beaches ideal for those looking for sun and sand.
Koh Pha Ngan is more rustic with only a few luxury resorts and a backpacker atmosphere due to the famous full moon parties held at the southern tip. Kho Tao is a quiet and peaceful island with some of the best diving in the country. Accessed by a ferry from Koh Samui, the rugged coastline dips into crystal clear waters abundant with reefs and marine life. Although beaches are rare, the luxury resorts have infinity pools, restaurants, and rooms with endless views.
The most popular beach destinations in Thailand are located on the west coast. Phuket and Khao Lak offer the ability to mix a primarily beach holiday with a little culture, and possibly a cooking class or nature walk. With several beachfront resorts within easy reach of shopping precincts, dining options, and establishments to quench the thirst, the area is also well known for its access to Phi Phi Islands and Phang Nga Bay with towering limestone cliffs and soft sandy beaches. Krabi, lying on the opposite side of the bay, is another idyllic setting on the Andaman Sea. With luxury resorts in quiet beach-lined bays, a bustling town, rugged limestone cliffs, and places to explore and excite, both Krabi and Phuket can be reached with just one connection from the UK.
With such a busy business and tourist destination many airlines operate business class flights to Thailand. For direct flights from London, British Airways, Thai Airways, and EVA Air offer a non-stop service into Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. All other major airlines reach the capital with a connection in their home city.
Business class flights to Thailand’s other cities including Chiang Mai, Phuket, Koh Samui and Krabi all require one connection minimum. Airlines such as Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific, and Singapore Airlines all offer a one-stop service to some or all of these Thailand airports flying their business class product. Regional UK departures are also available through these airlines providing alternatives to business and leisure travellers alike.
Preference on airline comes down to several factors. It may be that you are only interested in direct flights. Or that you have a membership with a particular airline. Or even that you prefer a specific aircraft or onboard product. No matter who you prefer to fly with, Just Fly Business can find great value business class flights to Thailand to suit your needs.
Now that you know what you want out of your Thailand holiday, you will have an idea of where you would prefer to visit. Just Fly Business can help put your dreams into motion by taking the hassle out of finding the best value business class flights to Thailand, as well as recommending amazing accommodation, tours, and organising any internal flights.
Leave the hard work of organising your business class flights to Thailand to us. Enquire on the form above or contact 0208 417 1366 today to start dreaming about your Southeast Asian adventure.
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