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Washington DC To Bangkok Thailand $597 RT Airfares on ANA / United Airlines (Travel April-July 2020) SUMMER OK!

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hot peak summer fare! this is a long flight but part of the duration is a 8-10 hour stopover in TOKYO!!!! Whee stops in Haneda, which is closer to Tokyo city center than Narita. If you don't want to leave the airport, there are pods to rest in or many eateries to try local food!


ANA / United Airlines have round trip airfares travelling from Washington DC (IAD) to Bangkok Thailand (BKK) for $590-$615, making 1 stop in Tokyo. Your economy fare includes a free carry-on and 2 free checked-bags. Most flights operated by ANA, a Skytrax certified-rated 5 out of 5 stars for Worlds Best Airlines.

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Departs IAD: April 6-8 and then again Mon-Wed May 11 through July 14, 2020
Returns: wide and great avaialbility returns Mon & Tues, select Sundays & Wednesday. Generally 7-day stays works best.
Use dates and book it on your reputable and known OTAs such as Expedia [expedia.com], Orbitz [orbitz.com], or Priceline [priceline.com].

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I always suggest people going, great people and lots of things to do but if you are a single guy, there are lots of people that view you as a walking atm. 😄. Don't expect an American city and enjoy local food and you'll have an awesome cheap vacation.

I just need a cheap flight to the Philippines.
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Tourism is declining in Thailand. I was there a few weeks ago and it has gotten bad, majority of the people are not friendly and witness a fight between a club bouncer with a hooker and her pimp. A tourist tried to get in the middle and was about to get beat up too, this was in Khao San road.
Khao San Road also is almost exclusively college aged tourists now, hardly saw anyone over 30 when I was there. I met lots of nice people but they were normal Thai people, not at those types of places, I think the hospitality areas have declined since the dollar doesn't go as far for them anymore and it changed their culture somewhat.
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KhaoSan Road also is almost exclusively college aged tourists now, hardly saw anyone over 30 when I was there. I met lots of nice people but they were normal Thai people, not at those types of places, I think the hospitality areas have declined since the dollar doesn't go as far for them anymore and it changed their culture somewhat.

I guess I waited too long to visit Thailand Frown


Heard good things about Thailand before, but when I went, it was complete opposite. I think your point of view is correct. Before I left, I read that the government was trying to boost tourism and make a few more streets into walking streets by blocking cars/bikes from entering.
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Great country for a single guy ... just make sure you are 100% sure what it is you are looking at ....
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Good deal.

This is not the time of year I would personally visit Thailand. I prefer the "cold" season in the November/December/January time frame. I'd check the weather/climate before you made any plans, and remember that the seasons aren't the simple four seasons many of us are accustomed to!

That being said, if the choice was this time of year or go not at all, I'd jump on it.
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DW Documentary on the decline of Thai tourism.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78xdMXOx7Rw
Chinese tourists essentially ruined the beaches and the tourism industry.
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Good deal.

This is not the time of year I would personally visit Thailand. I prefer the "cold" season in the November/December/January time frame. I'd check the weather/climate before you made any plans, and remember that the seasons aren't the simple four seasons many of us are accustomed to!

That being said, if the choice was this time of year or go not at all, I'd jump on it.
uggg. how much hotter/humid is it during the summer period?

(i was in Vietnam in Sept for 2 weeks and it was humid as hell.
from 11am - 4pm, i stayed in my hotel. Frown don't want to do that again)
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DWDocumentary on the decline of Thai tourism.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78xdMXOx7Rw
Chinese tourists essentially ruined the beaches and the tourism industry.

I don't think you can blame 100% of this on the tourist. First hand experience, went to a few 7-11 and they all insist on giving me plastic bags for my one ice cream, my one pack of soap. The locals put everything in plastic bags, from drinks to snacks.


It is impossible to find a trash can in Bangkok, most of the time, I have to eat around the food stand and give the trash back to the vendors.


I don't mind them charging me a VISA fee, but the government have to use the money they get from tourism into cleaning and educating their country.
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uggg.how much hotter/humid is it during the summer period?

(i was in Vietnam in Sept for 2 weeks and it was humid as hell.
from 11am - 4pm, i stayed in my hotel. Frown don't want to do that again)

Best time to go is November - Jan.


Less humid than Vietnam. But still hot lol.
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uggg. how much hotter/humid is it during the summer period?

(i was in Vietnam in Sept for 2 weeks and it was humid as hell.
from 11am - 4pm, i stayed in my hotel. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif don't want to do that again)
The May to July time period for these tickets aren't the nicest weather wise. High temps can climb well into the 90's (F, mid 30's for C), and humidity can sit around 70%. The wet season kicks off in Mayish if I remember correctly, although the wettest month doesn't really hit for a few months later (august/sep timeframe).

If this is something you can stomache, I really don't want to dissuade anyone, but please do your homework. Also, you may want to make sure your hotel has AC!

I can't offer any more specific info than that about Bangkok, as most of the time I've spent has been elsewhere away from the tourist areas (my wife is Thai).
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Tourism is declining in Thailand. I was there a few weeks ago and it has gotten bad, majority of the people are not friendly and witness a fight between a club bouncer with a hooker and her pimp. A tourist tried to get in the middle and was about to get beat up too, this was in Khao San road.
This sounds like one big anecdote to me
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I guess I waited too long to visit Thailand Frown


Heard good things about Thailand before, but when I went, it was complete opposite. I think your point of view is correct. Before I left, I read that the government was trying to boost tourism and make a few more streets into walking streets by blocking cars/bikes from entering.
The government will never stop motorbikes in Thailand and Vietnam, they are an unstoppable force. 😄

Apparently we all were late to the party, it's not anything like what was described to me 10 years before, I went in 2018 but our capitalism has ruined them.
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