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Flights from Chicago to Bangkok

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Airports in Chicago

The city of Chicago is served by 2 airports - Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport. The Chicago O'Hare International Airport or O'Hare International Airport is the primary airport serving the Chicago City. It is a public airport situated in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. The airport offers both cargo & passenger services to both domestic and international destinations including London, Toronto, Frankfurt, Dublin, Montreal, Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Doha, Seoul, Dubai, New York, Boston, Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, and more. Both the airports are well connected with the city through various modes of transportation. These include shuttles/buses, taxis, limo, rideshare, rental cars, public transit, and more.

Explore Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of the Kingdom of Thailand. It wows its visitors with its superlative mix of world-class architecture, magnificent temples, flamboyantly decorated shrines, royal palaces, several 16th century canals, traditional markets and a vibrant nightlife. Bangkok is axially known for its Chao Phraya River that sews all major parts of the city like the Grand Palace, sacred Wat Phra Kaew Temple and Wat Pho Temple and touches the opposite end of Khmer-topped Wat Arun Temple. Visitors also treat this city as a gateway to other major parts of the country.

Things do in Bangkok

Grand Palace

The Grand Palace is the official residence of the royal family since 1782. Scenically located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it hosts many royal ceremonies and administrative functions of national significance every year. It is divided into four main parts, one is a public museum, one is residence, one contains opulently decorated temples (central to which is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha), and the last part hosts government offices.

Wat Pho

Located some distance away from the Grand Palace, stands the country’s oldest temple- Wat Pho. A star attraction here is a 45 meter long and 15 meter high statue of Lord Buddha that explains its alternative name of the Temple of the Reclining Buddha Wat Pho is also called Wat Chetuphon, It is a preferred place of healing and is famous for its spiritual ambiance. Visitors can get themselves pampered by Thai or foot massages in traditional medical school located in the temple.

Wat Arun (‘Temple of Dawn’)

Wat Arun is a famous Buddhist temple situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. It derives its name from the Hindu god Aruna, who is personified as the radiations of the rising sun. This temple is famous because the first light of the day reflects from its spires with white iridescence. The temple is said to be about 400 years old though its distinctive spires were built in the early 19th century.

Best Time to Fly to Bangkok

The best times to fly to Bangkok are the winter and spring seasons from November to March. This season gets lowest amount of rainfall and humidity, and the city celebrates festivals like Golden Mount Temple Fair (in November) and Chinese New Year (in January).

Bangkok Travelers' Reviews

  KEM
Perfect. Thanks
- Member  Aug 09, 2018
  thailand is worth visiting.
thai people are always smile and less arrogance. Thai is a non racial society. I never felt unsafe here in thailand
- suthatip  Jul 24, 2018

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