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Roundtrip Flight: Los Angeles to Thailand

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Skyscanner (China Southern) offers Roundtrip Flights from Los Angeles (LAX), California to Various Locations in Thailand (BKK, HKT, or CNX) starting from $398 on select dates in March - May 2020. Thanks serra

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Travel Availability (subject to change):
  • Departs Los Angeles (LAX) to Bangkok (BKK) from $398:
    • March 11
    • April 17, 27, 30
    • May 104, 8-9, 11-14
  • Returns:
    • March 18, 24
    • April 2, 22, 24
    • May 4, 6-9, 11, 13-16, 18, 20-23, 25, 27-30
    • June 1, 3-8
  • Departs Los Angeles (LAX) to Phuket (HKT) from $447:
    • March 6, 11, 17
    • April 7, 29-30
    • May 5, 13-14
  • Returns:
    • March 11-13, 16, 18-20, 24-25
    • April 14
    • May 6-7, 12, 14, 20-22, 26-28
  • Departs Los Angeles (LAX) to Chiang Mai (CNX) from $478:
    • March 11, 17, 24
    • April 26
    • May 3, 10-11
  • Returns:
    • March 17-19, 23-25, 31
    • May 3, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25
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China Southern, a Skytrax certified-rated 4 out of 5 stars airline, via Skyscanner have round trip airfares travelling from Los Angeles (LAX) to Bangkok (BKK) for $434; Phuket (HKT) for $484; to Chiang Mai (CNX) for $504. These make one stop.

Travel Availability:
Departs LAX-Bangkok: March 11; April 17, 27, 30; May 104, 8-9, 11-14
Returns: March 18, 24; April 2, 22, 24; May 4, 6-9, 11, 13-16, 18, 20-23, 25, 27-30; June 1, 3-8

Departs LAX-Phuket: March 6, 11, 17; April 7, 29-30; May 5, 13-14
Returns: March 11-13, 16, 18-20, 24-25; April 14; May 6-7, 12, 14, 20-22, 26-28

Departs LAX-Chiang Mai: March 11, 17, 24; April 26; May 3, 10-11
Returns: March 17-19, 23-25, 31; May 3, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25
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Do whatever you can to make sure your one stop is Taiwan.. If you end up stopping in China you will be held up in customs for at a very minimum 2 hrs and they will rifle though your belongings.
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For those that have never been to Thailand, I'd rank those locations 1. Chiang Mai 2. Phucket (and the surrounding islands) 3. Bangkok.

I was there in November and Chiang Mai was by far my favorite (best place to wash/walk with elephants), followed by the Phi Phi Islands (accessible by boat from Phucket). Bangkok was way too crowded and Phucket was ok but nothing special. The US dollar goes a long way anywhere in Thailand, $1 USD = 30 Thai Baht. Chicken Pad Thai or other Thai dishes will run you $2-3 USD. Hotels or Airbnbs are $15-40/night depending on how fancy you want to get. Loved Thailand, will definitely go back at some point.
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Do whatever you can to make sure your one stop is Taiwan.. If you end up stopping in China you will be held up in customs for at a very minimum 2 hrs and they will rifle though your belongings.
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Haha, Phuket, do it live!
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Do whatever you can to make sure your one stop is Taiwan.. If you end up stopping in China you will be held up in customs for at a very minimum 2 hrs and they will rifle though your belongings.
Just flew China Southern and it couldn't be any easier. They're just very particular about electronics in your personal belongings so have them all out during X-Ray. Guangzhou airport is really nice too.
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Phuket, I'll Chiang Mai Bangkok for that price.
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the sales has been since Nov. .Main problem is the risk getting SARs in Wuhan?
If you get SARS or any sign of cold coming in china they will isolate you. They use an infrared scanner for every passengers so you cant avoid.
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For those that have never been to Thailand, I'd rank those locations 1. Chiang Mai 2. Phucket (and the surrounding islands) 3. Bangkok.

I was there in November and Chiang Mai was by far my favorite (best place to wash/walk with elephants), followed by the Phi Phi Islands (accessible by boat from Phucket). Bangkok was way too crowded and Phucket was ok but nothing special. The US dollar goes a long way anywhere in Thailand, $1 USD = 30 Thai Baht. Chicken Pad Thai or other Thai dishes will run you $2-3 USD. Hotels or Airbnbs are $15-40/night depending on how fancy you want to get. Loved Thailand, will definitely go back at some point.
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What are the risk associated with booking via OTA instead of directly from airlines?
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Theres a layover from LAX in Japan when flying to BKK for under $550, can we just skip the light to Thailand and stay in Japan?
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What are the risk associated with booking via OTA instead of directly from airlines?
if your flight is delayed/canceled, the airline can say "there's nothing we can do about it; you need to call your travel agent." always book directly with the airline, with very few exceptions.
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