Cheap flights from New Delhi to Don Mueang
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Flight information New Delhi to Don Mueang
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Average flight time, total distance 2924 kilometres
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What you need to know before flying from New Delhi to Bangkok Don Mueang?
New Delhi – 110037, India
222, Khwaeng Sanambin, Khet Don Mueang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok 10210, Thailand
Getting to New Delhi airport
- New Delhi airport lies south of the city, 20 km from Delhi’s city centre.
- Travellers going to the airport can either book prepaid taxis using taxi apps or hire metered taxis and rickshaws.
- Travellers using the metro to get to the airport need to take the Orange Line, which has a stop at terminal T3.
Travelling from Bangkok Don Mueang airport
- Don Mueang airport lies 28km northeast of Bangkok and is accessible via the Don Mueang toll way.
- The easiest way for travellers to get from the airport to Bangkok and the surrounding areas is to take a taxi.
- They can also take buses to get to Suvarnabhumi airport and Central Bangkok.
- Travellers can also rent cars if they want to drive around themselves. See more here.
Facilities at New Delhi and Bangkok Don Mueang airports
- Indira Gandhi International airport has premium lounges for passengers, cafes and dining spaces, fast food eateries, banking and ATM services, money changing facilities, and free Wi-Fi for 30 minutes.
- Don Mueang airport has three terminals and features services such as currency exchange, ATMs and banks, medical assistance and help, book and coffee shops, eating spaces and restaurants, and information centres.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from New Delhi to Bangkok Don Mueang
The average flight time from New Delhi to Bangkok Don Mueang is 9 hours as there are no direct flights. Travellers can enjoy the in-flight entertainment or catch up some reading before enjoying the sights of Bangkok. Alternatively, passengers can book a flight to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport. Direct flights are available between New Delhi and Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and the travel time can come down to as low as 4 hours.
Time Difference between Bangkok and New Delhi
Bangkok, Thailand is 1h 30min ahead of New Delhi, India.
Weather in Bangkok
The best time to visit Bangkok is between October and March, when the temperatures range between 24 and 32 degrees Celsius and the humidity and heat levels are low.
Exchange rate between Thai Baht (THB) and Indian Rupees (INR)
1 Thai Baht (THB) equals 1.9 Indian Rupees (INR). Check here.
Cost of living in Bangkok
A 3 km tuk-tuk ride costs THB 50-100 (INR 95 – 190), while a 3 km taxi ride costs THB 58-100(INR 110 – 190). Budget meals cost anywhere between THB 15 and 250 (INR 29 – 475), while a big Mac at McDonald’s costs THB 80 (INR 152) and a pizza costs THB 119-350 (INR 226 – 665). There are 7 elevens on every block where travellers can grab a can of cold beer for THB 25-48 (INR 48 – 91).
Mode of payments accepted in Bangkok
Travellers should carry enough cash because withdrawing money from ATM using a foreign card attracts charges, as does using a credit card. Exchanging money in Bangkok is easy. Credit cards are accepted at hotels and upscale restaurants, while the smaller street markets usually accept only cash.
Best places for your first meal in Bangkok
Thai food and other international cuisines are equally popular. Travellers should head to Chinatown, Old Town, Sukhumvit, Silom and Sathorn roads, and the Saphan Leung neighbourhood for the best Thai street food. They can also try out the many restaurants in the neighbourhoods around Lumpini Park.
Information and data provided on this page is correct as of July 21st, 2016.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.