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Find cheap one-way & round trip flights from Singapore to Bangkok starting at S$102.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • When to buy flight tickets from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Singapore to Bangkok based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on, you can find the cheapest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much is a flight from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK) cost?

    According to's data, the lowest price is around S$422.
  • How long is a flight from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK)?

    It takes about 2 hours 31 minutes to fly from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK).
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Bangkok?

    • The distance from Suvarnabhumi Airport to downtown is about 24km, by taxi about 40 minutes.
    • The distance from Don Mueang International Airport to downtown is about 22km, by taxi about 40 minutes.
  • What time does the earliest flight from Singapore to Bangkok depart?

    The earliest flight departs from Singapore (SIN) at 06:55 and arrives in Bangkok (BKK) at 08:30.
  • What time does the latest flight from Singapore to Bangkok depart?

    The latest flight departs from Singapore (SIN) at 21:00 and arrives in Bangkok (BKK) at 22:20.
  • What are the most popular airlines that fly from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK)?

    Airlines with flights from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK): Jetstar Asia, Air India, Finnair, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Thai Airasia, Air Pacific and Gulf Air.
  • What's the most popular airline for direct flights from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK)?

    Thai Airasia operates 205 direct flights from Singapore (SIN) to Bangkok (BKK).
  • How many airports in Bangkok?

    There are 2 airports in Bangkok: Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang International Airport.
  • When will flights resume to Bangkok?

    Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Bangkok, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Flight Information from Singapore to Bangkok

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Flight from Singapore to Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the most visited tourist places in the world. It has a mixture of both the familiar and the exotic. From visiting the gleaming Buddha temples to the luxury malls or from touring the bustling street markets to taking a boat ride through the city’s floating market, Bangkok is a tourist's paradise. Bangkok is particularly famous for its vibrant nightlife. Fly from Singapore to Bangkok on board the many flights on offer.

What are the airport options in Bangkok?

There are two airports in Bangkok, namely Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang Airport. Suvarnabhumi Airport is a new and bigger airport which provides better options in transportation to travel into the main city. Don Mueang Airport is old and currently entertains South East Asian low-cost airlines and other domestic airlines. Singapore to Bangkok flights is more likely to land at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Which flights are available between Singapore and Bangkok?

Scoot, Singapore Airlines and Thai AirAsia are known to offer direct flights to Bangkok. Some of the airlines which offer cheap flights from Singapore are Scoot, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Jetstar Asia and Thai Airways. A few airlines also offer connecting flights.

How long will it take to reach Bangkok from Singapore?

The travel time by a direct flight from Singapore is 2.5 hours on average. If your flight is a connecting one, it may take you around 4 hours or more.

Which are the preferred areas for staying in Bangkok?

Siam is the best area to stay while you're in Bangkok. It is close to the latest shopping malls and other tourist attractions like Madame Tussauds, Erawan Shrine and many more. The encircling areas are easily accessible because a BTS Skytrain station is nearby. Sukhumvit is another area where the shopaholics can shop till the end of the day and also enjoy the exciting nightlife. The BTS Sukhumvit line connects it to nearby areas. Chinatown is for backpackers those who are travelling on a budget. The Hua Lamphong MRT station is approximately a 15-minute walk away.

Which are the things to do when visiting Bangkok?

Bangkok Old City is a historical place. It is home to stunning temples such as the Grand Palace and the magical Wat Arun. The Democracy Monument and Wat Ratchanadda, Loha Prasat and the Golden Mount (Wat Saket) are also nearby. Apart from this, you can hire Bangkok’s famous water-taxis as a form of transport or for a full day tour. You might also find Buddhist shrines at local areas that are huge and adorned beautifully. Chinatown is another must place to visit. This place does not burn a hole in your pocket if you’re looking for good food and shopping. It has some great Buddha shrines, such as Wat Traimit, or Chinese-style structures, like Wat Mangkon Kamalawat or China Gate, that are worth looking at.

Did you know? One of Bangkok’s famous festivals is Songkran- during this festival, the city’s streets host a massive water fight that is considered by many as the world’s largest.

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