Book flights from Hanoi to Bangkok with Qatar Airways
Arriving in Bangkok
Book a flight to Bangkok with Qatar Airways and you’ll arrive at one of the world’s most exciting and popular destinations.
Not only a beloved destination by the adventurous travellers and ‘backpackers,’ but it’s also a wonderful destination for the more discerning, luxury travellers.
Whether you’re looking for ancient temples, bustling markets, lively nightlife or absolute luxury, you’ll find it in Bangkok.
Many of the city’s best known sights can be found in the historic centre within the Rattanakosin district.
The most spectacular attraction is the Grand Palace, which was once home to the King of Thailand and today offers visitors a rich mixture of history and architectural splendour.
Within the palace grounds you’ll also discover Thailand’s holiest temple, Wat Phra Kaew. Other highlights in Rattanakosin include the large reclining Buddha statue at Wat Pho and the Thai-European fusion of Wat Ratchabophit.
Other popular districts worth exploring during your trip to Bangkok include Siam Square for sheer high-end luxury shopping, and Silom for its bustling entertainment venues.
For a very different perspective on the city and a more relaxing way to see the sights, go for a cruise down the Phraya River.
Flights to Bangkok with Qatar Airways land at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Bangkok please check the visa and passport requirements.
The opportunity to fly from Kuwait to Bangkok with Qatar Airways gives you the chance to experience award-winning luxury travel for yourself. Our state-of-the-art fleet of aircraft are designed around your comfort, with extra leg room and spacious, luxurious seats. Award-winning services and smiling, friendly staff take care of your every need, making each journey with Qatar Airways a pleasure.
Bangkok is an adventurer’s dream. A heady combination of old and new, ancient and modern, it entices visitors from all around the world for both business and leisure. Its position as a commercial hub in the Asia-Pacific region also attracts investors and entrepreneurs who fly here with Qatar Airways, while its ancient temples and magnificent monuments act as a gateway to the riches of Thailand beyond.
Flying from Hanoi
The rapidly expanding Noi Bai International Airport serves Hanoi and the north of Vietnam. The opening of the new international Terminal 2 in 2014 has boosted the capacity of this modern airport, and passengers flying from Hanoi with Qatar Airways will find it to be an efficient and well run airport with the emphasis firmly on passenger care.
The staff are incredibly friendly and eager to make sure your passenger experience is one to remember for all the right reasons, and the expanding facilities in the new terminal give passengers everything they need for a good start to their journey.
Transportation and parking
Buses are one of the best ways to get to the airport, with the number 7 running from Kim Ma bus station and the number 17 from Long Bien bus station.
They run every 15 minutes or so, but journey times will depend on the time of day as Hanoi’s traffic is notoriously congested, especially at peak times.
A dedicated airport minibus leaves from opposite the Vietnam Airlines Office on Quang Trung in Hanoi city centre, while taxis are plentiful, very cheap and take approximately 30 minutes to get from the city centre to the airport. There are plenty of parking areas for both short and long-term stays, and a VIP valet service is also available.
Arriving in Hanoi
Passengers flying from Hanoi with Qatar Airways will depart from the new Terminal 2 building. A business lounge is available for First Class and Business Class travellers once you have cleared the security checks, and a public lounge area is also open to all passengers. Allow at least two hours before your flight is due to depart to check in and clear customs checks.
Facilities and amenities
The new terminal has improved facilities and amenities at the airport considerably, and it now boasts a good selection of retail outlets selling both high-quality accessories and interesting locally made goods.
Food and drink vendors supply everything from light snacks and drinks through to more substantial meals. ATMs are available in the main forecourt, and a Duty Free shop is also open for passengers who have cleared security.