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Travel To Thailand

India to Thailand distance is a little more than 4000 km, while the aerial distance is around 2000 km. Flights from the major metro cities like Mumbai and Delhi are the cheapest way to reach Bangkok from India. Thailand, is one of the most popular tourism destinations in south-east Asia, is conveniently connected to India. Tourists can get nonstop flights, as well as break and one-stop ones from the major cities of India. Most of them fly to the two airports in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Thai Air offers direct flights from Indian cities such as Delhi, Bangalore, and Mumbai to Thailand. Some others connect with the popular beach destination Phuket. Nevertheless, traveling to Thailand from India is quite light on the pocket, even with top-notch carriers and business class seats. Given below are some of the most convenient ways of how to reach Thailand:


By Air

Traveling to Thailand from India by air is the best and the easiest option. The most frequented airports in Thailand are the Suvarnabhumi Airport and the Don Mueang International Airport, which also happens to be the oldest operating airport in Asia. Phuket and Chiang Mai International Airports can also be reached, but usually not directly. It takes nearly 4 hours to travel from Delhi to Thailand by air. Mumbai to Thailand flights are frequent and the most affordable. The average nonstop flight time is around 3 hours. Flights of both mainstream and low-cost carriers ferry more than once too and from the Thai capital. To avail the cheapest flights, one needs to keep an eye out at the off-season charts. Since most of South Asia gets heavy rain during the early monsoon, the rates of flight tickets are low. The various online portals also offer sales and discounts throughout the year which you could be eligible for.


By Train

There is no international line that connects India to Thailand by train, as it is geographically impossible. The only international train line that exists to Thailand is from Kuala Lumpur to Padang Besar station at the Thailand–Malaysia border.


By Road

Thailand is connected to India via the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway that passes through Myanmar for the most part. The distance of travel is approximately 3200 km and takes a day and a half to complete. The road starts from Moreh in Manipur, India and passes through Myanmar connecting with Mae Sot in Thailand. This is the easiest way to go from India to Thailand by road. However, the trip is best made during the dry months of stable weather and should be avoided during the monsoon. November to February is the ideal time to make the plan a trip from Delhi to Thailand by road. It can be made on any vehicle, but powerful six-wheeler SUVs are preferred. The tourists have to ensure that the driver has an International Driving Permit along with a valid Driver’s license and all the papers of the vehicle. You will need to show these papers at the various checkpoints since you are will be crossing two international borders and go through three countries. Since the drive is long, it would be wise to pack food and drinks as well as medicines, if the tropical climate does not suit you well.

Unless one is a big fan of prolonged road trips, taking a flight to Bangkok is the most sensible way to reach Thailand from India in all seasons.


DistanceBy AirBy RoadBy TrainBy Sea
New Delhi to ThailandN/A7.0 hours80.0 hoursN/AN/A
Mumbai to ThailandN/A4.0 hoursN/AN/AN/A
Bangalore to ThailandN/A4.0 hoursN/AN/AN/A
Chennai to ThailandN/A4.0 hoursN/AN/AN/A
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The country is quite liberal in terms of clothing. However, while visiting  temples and other holy places, tourists should make sure to be dressed appropriately and follow Thai customs.

Bangkok, Krabi, Phi Phi Islands, Pattaya, Phuket, and Chiang Mai are some of the must visit places of Thailand.

Tourist VISA on arrival is offered to Indians for 15 days. They can apply for visa at any one of the 32 designated immigration checkpoints. They are required to produce the following:

1) Proof of a minimum of 10,000 Baht per person or 20,000 Baht per family as living expenses

2) Full paid return ticket, usable within 15 days since the date of entry

3) Application form with attached photograph (2 ½ inches) of each of the travelers. There is no provision of extension of this tourist Visa, unless the traveler falls ill so that it prevents him/her from traveling.

The currency in Thailand is the Thai Baht. 1 INR = 0.48 Baht (subject to change). The exchange can be done after reaching Thailand.

Thailand is one of those countries that can be visited at any time. Tourists can visit the country all year round, choose the preferred season if they have some specific preferences.

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