Cheap flights from Kuala Lumpur to Don Mueang
Flight information Kuala Lumpur to Don Mueang
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Average flight time, total distance 1226 kilometres
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Airlines that fly from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok Don Mueang
There are approximately 13 direct flights per day from Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. Airlines providing scheduled passenger service on this route are AirAsia, Malindo Air, and Thai AirAsia, with flights daily. Indonesia AirAsia operate connecting flights on this route, via Medan City.
International flights of Kuala Lumpur International Airport take off from the Satellite terminal, linked to the Main Terminal Building via the Aerotrain. The Satellite Building's central hub has a landscape garden with forest trees and sculptured waterfall for entertainment and to promote relaxation. The theme of a 'forest in the airport' provides balance with the airport's high-tech features. The terminal also has shops selling liquor, cigarettes, sports apparel and accessories, books and magazines, fashion apparel, electronics, watches and other time pieces, fragrances, souvenirs, Malaysian artworks, and others. Brands represented include Gucci, Ferragamo, and Versace.
International flights to Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok arrive at Terminal 1. There is duty free shopping available, with merchandise such as skincare products, tobacco, liquor, cosmetics, perfume, local Thailand products, and others.
In order to enter Thailand, all international visitors are required to have a passport valid for six months after intended arrival in the country. Travellers who have recently been in yellow-fever infected areas are likely to be required to present a yellow fever vaccination certificate before being allowed entry. Malaysian citizens coming in from Kuala Lumpur are allowed to stay visa-free in Bangkok for up to 30 days each time if entering via Don Mueang International Airport. For those entering through a land border checkpoint from a neighbouring country (such as Laos, Myanmar, and Cambodia), visa-free stay is only up to 15 days. In addition to the valid passport, visitors must also be in possession of a confirmed travel itinerary and proof of accommodation, as well as funds of at least THB 10,000 (1,140.31 MR) per person or THB 20,000 (2,280.62 MR) per family.
What to expect in Bangkok
The local time in Bangkok, Thailand is one hour behind Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia meaning that if it is 12:59 PM on a Wednesday in Bangkok then at the same time it is 1:59 PM on a Wednesday it Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur experiences a tropical rainforest climate, with wet and dry seasons. Regardless, rainfall is to be expected at any time of the year, although the wet season is from November to March. The dry season usually begins from May and lasts until September. Kuala Lumpur's temperature hardly fluctuates, normally ranging from 28 °C to 32 °C year round.
Bangkok is considered to be the hottest city in the world, with daytime temperatures normally in excess of 30 °C all year round. The city is under the influence of the South Asian monsoon system, with a tropical savannah climate. There are three main seasons: hot, rainy, and cool. The hot season begins from March and ends in June. The start of the rainy season comes with the arrival of the southwest monsoon, which occurs approximately mid-May and lasts until October. The wettest month on average is September. The cool season is sometime between November and February.
Generally, the cost of living in Bangkok is higher than in Kuala Lumpur, with the consumer prices 12.82% higher in Bangkok. Rent prices are 14.71% higher. Restaurant prices, however, is about 4.34% cheaper in Bangkok, but fast food prices are still more expensive.
This information is correct as of August 2015.
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