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Flight Deal: Round-Trip To Bangkok For As Low As $396

By Parker Diakite

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Bangkok is and will probably remain a top international destination for vacation goers. 

Each year, Thailand’s capital receives tens of millions of visitors and it keeps growing –for good reasons.

For starters, Bangkok is one of those cities where you get your money’s worth. It’s an incredibly affordable city if you’re able to live and eat like a local. It’s easy to get by in Bangkok for 1,000 baht or $30 per day. 

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Shopping at the local markets is an absolute must.   The Chatuchak Weekend Market is just one place where you can find so many local goods, including food, art, antiques and more.

If you have patience and don’t mind getting up early, add a visit to the floating markets on your itinerary.

Damnoen Saduak is one of Thailand’s best-known markets but keep in mind that its popularity means that it can be filled with tourists and a bit pricier compared to other markets.

Amphawa is another floating market you can try if you can beat the crowd and Talin Chan is favorite among locals.

Right now, flights to Bankok are running for as low as $396 in the month of September, according to Skyscanner. Here’s how to book:

From San Francisco

Travelers from San Francisco can book a flight to Bangkok for $396 round-trip from Sept. 7 through Sept. 12 on Skyscanner. This flight option includes a layover in Wuhan, China.

From Los Angeles

Flights leaving Los Angeles can be purchased for $412 round-trip, according to Skyscanner. Just use Sept. 7 through Sept. 12 as your travel dates.

This flight option includes a layover in Beijing, China.

From New York

Flights leaving New York City offer a two-for-one deal.    That’s because the cheapest flight to Bangkok includes a long layover in Tokyo for only $487 round-trip. Use dates Sept. 4 through Sept. 17 in Skyscanner.

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