Koh Samui / Samui Island (USM) to Bangkok (BKKT)
Airlines that fly from Koh Samui / Samui Island to Bangkok
Direct flights from Koh Samui (Ko Samui) to Bangkok are operated by Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways. All flights fly to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International airport 17 miles outside the Bangkok centre. There are on average 19 direct flights a day on this route.
Koh (Ko) Samui Airport, also known as Samui Airport, is located on the island of Koh Samui, just over a mile from its largest city Chaweng. Opened in 1989, and built by Bangkok Airways, it is Thailand’s sixth busiest airport, with over a million passengers passing through it every year. It is a main hub for Bangkok Airlines. A prominent feature of Koh Samui Airport is that, apart from the gift shop, there is no indoor area. There are two terminals – domestic and international, the domestic one being positioned approximately 50 metres south of the international terminal. The Samui Park Avenue shopping arcade hosts a collection of restaurants, offering a variety of cuisines including Thai, Japanese, Chinese and Western, as well as a sports bar. A variety of retail options are also at the arcade.
Those passengers who have not checked-in online, should head for the check-in desks located at the domestic terminal, where they can check-in, and drop off their luggage. There are a number of minibus and taxi firms that can take you to and from the airport. The Big Buddha Pier is very close, from where you can catch ferries to Ko Pha Ngan. Slightly further away (approximately 4 miles away) is the Maenam Beach pier, from where you can catch high speed ferries to Ko Tao and Chumphon.
What to expect in Bangkok
Koh Samui and Bangkok are both on Indochina Time. Neither place observesdaylight savings. Bangkok, is regarded asone ofthe hottest city in the region. Though there will be many places that experience higher temperatures, the temperature in Bangkok is unrelenting, with no appreciable difference when nightcomes. The climate in the Thai capital is a tropical monsoon one, characterised by 3 seasons. March to June is the hot season, the rainy season is from July to October, and November to February is the cool season. Late December and early January are the only times of the year when the daytime temperatures aren’t guaranteed to climb above 30°C, and even then they could still hover around that mark. April to May and September to October are the most uncomfortable, as humidity levels rise, while the southwest monsoons that arrive between May and October provide cloudy and unsettled conditions. Bangkok is cheaper than Koh Samui when it comes to the cost of living there. Eating out is on average 25% less expensive, though grocery shopping can be 25% costlier. Transportation in Bangkok is up to 200% cheaper, though accommodation is around 40% more expensive.
This information is correct as of December 2015.
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