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Tanie loty z Bangkok do Phuket

Informacje o lotach Bangkok – Phuket

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Najtańszy lot w obie strony

695 zł
Bangkok(DMK) ⇒ Phuket(HKT)

Najtańszy lot bezpośredni

275 zł
Bangkok(DMK) ⇒ Phuket(HKT)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Kiedy loty na trasie Bangkok (BKK) – Phuket (HKT) są najtańsze?

    Linie lotnicze ustalają ceny lotów na trasie Bangkok – Phuket w zależności od daty i godziny rezerwacji. Nasza analiza danych od wszystkich przewoźników wskazuje, że najtańsze loty na Trip.com są dostępne we wtorki, środy i soboty.
  • Ile kosztują loty na trasie Bangkok (BKK) – Phuket (HKT)?

    Według danych Trip.com najniższa cena wynosi około 2 468 zł.
  • Jak długo trwa lot na trasie Bangkok (BKK) – Phuket (HKT)?

    Lot na trasie Bangkok (BKK) - Phuket (HKT) trwa zazwyczaj 1 godzina 26 minuta.
  • Jakie zasady dla podróżnych wprowadzono w mieście Phuket w związku z pandemią COVID-19?

    Ograniczenia w podróżowania, grafiki lotów oraz odwołania są często aktualizowane i zmieniane. Jeśli planujesz podróż dla miasta Phuket, uzyskaj najświeższe informacje u przewoźnika, u którego chcesz kupić bilety. Więcej informacji znajdziesz także w artykule COVID-19: Ograniczenia w podróżowaniu według krajów/regionów .
  • Którzy przewoźnicy oferują bezpłatną zmianę daty lotu do tego miasta w trakcie pandemii COVID-19?

    Żaden z przewoźników oferujących loty do tego miasta nie świadczy tej usługi. Informacja ta ma charakter poglądowy – zalecamy potwierdzenie jej u przewoźnika przed zarezerwowaniem biletów.

Rozkład lotów z Bangkok do Phuket

Informacje o locie
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TrasaTygodniowy rozkład lotów
Thai Lion Air

05:05

DMK

06:30

HKT

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Bangkok Airways

06:20

BKK

07:50

HKT

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Thai Lion Air

06:45

DMK

08:10

HKT

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Thai Airways

07:45

BKK

09:10

HKT

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Bangkok Airways

08:05

BKK

09:35

HKT

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Thai Vietjet Air

08:20

BKK

09:50

HKT

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Thai Airways

08:30

BKK

09:55

HKT

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Thai Smile

08:50

BKK

10:10

HKT

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Jet Airways

09:10

BKK

10:40

HKT

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Bangkok Airways

10:00

BKK

11:30

HKT

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Thai Vietjet Air

10:20

BKK

11:50

HKT

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Thai Airways

10:25

BKK

11:45

HKT

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Thai Airways

11:20

BKK

12:45

HKT

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Thai Lion Air

11:45

DMK

13:10

HKT

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Bangkok Airways

12:25

BKK

13:55

HKT

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Thai Airways

13:20

BKK

14:45

HKT

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Jet Airways

13:55

BKK

15:20

HKT

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Thai Airways

14:00

BKK

15:25

HKT

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Bangkok Airways

14:30

BKK

16:00

HKT

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Thai Lion Air

14:50

DMK

16:15

HKT

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Thai Vietjet Air

15:25

BKK

16:55

HKT

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Thai Lion Air

15:50

DMK

17:10

HKT

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Thai Vietjet Air

16:25

BKK

17:55

HKT

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Thai Airways

16:55

BKK

18:25

HKT

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Bangkok Airways

17:30

BKK

19:00

HKT

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Thai Smile

17:40

BKK

19:00

HKT

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Thai Vietjet Air

18:00

BKK

19:30

HKT

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Thai Airways

18:15

BKK

19:40

HKT

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Thai Airways

19:10

BKK

20:35

HKT

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Thai Airways

19:25

BKK

20:50

HKT

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Flight from Bangkok (BKK) to Phuket (HKT)

Brief intro about Phuket:

Phuket is a popular tourist destination and the largest island in southern Thailand. Neighboring provinces include Phang-nga province to the north and Krabi province to the east.

From the mellow Rawai beach to the Ao Bang Thao luxury beach resort, Phuket has endless beaches for all types of travelers. Adventurous visitors can try exciting water activities from diving, snorkeling, to kayaking.

Phuket Town offers Sino-Portuguese style architecture, Chinese shrines, and cultural museums for travelers who are interested in the rich cultural influences throughout Phuket’s history. Phuket’s fabulous cultural heritage is also reflected in their fusion cuisine with a mix of Chinese, Malay, and Thai flavors.

Airport & Terminal Information

Located at the north end, Phuket International Airport (HTK) is the only international airport on the island. Your flight will arrive in Phuket at Phuket International Airport. This airport has two main terminals: one terminal for domestic flights and a new terminal for international flights which opened in 2016.

Getting to Downtown from the Airport

Phuket Airport is 34 miles away from Phuket Town. You can get to Phuket Town by the Phuket Airport Bus and taxi.

The most reliable way to get to downtown from Phuket International Airport is by the Phuket Airport Bus.

By Airport Bus

Airport buses can be found outside the airport domestic terminal, and are bright orange in color. It takes around 75 minutes to get to Phuket Town and costs THB100 at the time of writing. The airport bus runs hourly from Phuket International Airport to Phuket, please check the airport bus official site for the most updated timetable. According to the Phuket airport bus official site, there is no need to book bus tickets in advance; visitors can purchase tickets from the bus staff at the airport.

By Taxi

You can also take a taxi from Phuket International Airport to Phuket Town. For metered taxis, you will have to pay THB100 on top of the fare for an airport service charge. It costs around THB600–THB900 and takes approx. 45 minutes.

Transportation

There are a few types of transportation in Phuket. Visitors can travel around by bus, van, and by Song Taew. A Song Taew is a pick-up truck with two rows of seat for passengers. Besides public transportation, visitors can also get around by taxi. Tuk tuks, 3-wheeled hooded motorcycles for short distance traveling, are a popular way of getting around and have become a symbol of Thailand. Visitors can also rent cars or motorcycles from local companies to get around town. Most road signs are displayed in both Thai and English languages, making it convenient for visitors to drive around.

Recommended Attractions

Leam Phromthep

Leam Phromthep, directly translates to Brahmas Cape, is one of the most important landmarks in Phuket. The Cape is located at the southernmost point of Phuket, allowing visitors to enjoy a panoramic view of the Andaman Sea. Referred to as “Laem Chao” by the locals, this is a popular spot to catch dramatic sunsets and take beautiful photographs from late December to March. Visitors can see the Kaew Island, Nai Han Beach and Nai Ya Beach from the Cape. Visit the Laem Phromthep Kanchanaphisek Lighthouse and enjoy viewing the lines of tall palm trees. The lighthouse was built to celebrate King Bhumibol's 50th anniversary on the throne.

Old Phuket Town

Old Phuket Town is where diverse ethnicities and religions converged overtime and created different neighborhoods in the town. Houses in the old town are built in Sino-Portuguese style; many have been turned into museums, restaurants, and trendy coffee shops. Built on the prosperity of tin mining, Phuket Old Town’s various architectural styles reflect the mix of cultural influences in Phuket. Visit the Phuket Thai Hua Museum on Krabi Road to learn about the cultural exchanges between Chinese and Phuket people throughout history. Enjoy the “Lat Yai” market every Sunday and try local cuisines as you stroll down the streets of Old Phuket Town.

Wat Chalong (Wat Chaitaram) Temple

Located in Amphoe Mueng, Wat Chalong is one of the most remarkable temples in Phuket. It is a holy place where visitors and locals come to pay their respect. Luangpho Chaem, a legendary monk who was famous for providing charm, protection, and luck to those who obtain his sacred objects, resided in this temple during the Ang Yi Rebellion era and helped people with his good luck charms. Visitors are required to remove their shoes inside the temple. Wat Chalong temple is located on Chao Fa Road and opens daily from 07:00 to 17:00 at the time of writing. Please visit Thailand’s official tourism website for the most updated information on current pandemic measures and availability.

About Your Visit

The time zone in Phuket follows the rest of Thailand: UTC+7 (ICT).

Weather

The best time to visit Phuket is between December and March when the average temperature is 77 to 82°F (25 to 28°C). As the weather is always warm on the island, visitors should pack t-shirts, shorts, and other light clothes for their trip. Don’t forget to bring plenty of swimwear for all the beautiful beaches and watch out for the six months of rainfall during the wet season between May and October.

Language

Phuket is a popular tourist destination so many locals are able to communicate in English. You can greet the locals by saying “Sawasdee” with your palms together in front of your chest and a smile. If someone ask you “Sabaidee Mai,” that means “how are you?” and you can respond with “Sabaidee” which is “I’m fine.” To say “thank you,” you can say “Khob Khun” to everyone. Men can add "Krab" as a suffix at the end of their sentences, and women can add "Ka" as a suffix. A simple “bye bye” can be understood by the locals as goodbye.

Safety

Phuket is a generally safe place to travel to; however, you should still exercise normal precautions. Be sure to carry your valuables with you at all times and secure your personal belongings. Take extra care when participating in water-related activities and enjoying the beaches, dozens of drowning and boat accidents occur each year.

Drinking Water

According to Thailand’s official tourism site, tap water is technically safe to consume. However, it is recommended to drink bottled water as it is safer and very affordable.

Tipping

Although tipping is not generally expected in Phuket or the rest of Thailand, you could choose to leave the change for a larger bill and it will be appreciated.

Disclaimer: Please note that the information above is for reference only and may be subject to change. We advise all visitors check the latest entry requirements and visa information from the destination country’s official website. Please also refer to official websites for airport and transportation information.

  • Podróż z Bangkok do Phuket

    Phuket co roku przyciąga tysiące odwiedzających zarówno w celach służbowych, jak i rekreacyjnych. Planowanie podróży z Bangkok do Phuket jest łatwe, gdy korzystasz z witryny Trip.com. Z Trip.com możesz wyszukiwać dostępne loty i pokoje hotelowe, a następnie szybko i łatwo rezerwować je przez Internet.

  • Niezapomniana podróż

    Twoja podróż z Bangkok może stać się niezapomniana, jeśli przed przylotem skorzystasz z witryny Trip.com, aby wyszukać najlepsze atrakcje w mieście. Wiedząc na co możesz natrafić w miejscu, do którego podróżujesz, możesz z wyprzedzeniem dokonać wszelkich koniecznych rezerwacji, co uczyni Twoją podróż jeszcze przyjemniejszą.