Heading to Mahasarakham? There is something magical about interacting with a part of the world that embraces a culture that is different from home. Flight deals to Mahasarakham are always available when you book with AirAsia. Even better news is that you don’t need to cast any spells to get there. Add a little magic to your life today by browsing some of AirAsia’s most popular routes to Mahasarakham (3AE).
They say travel is restorative, and so a flight from Mahasarakham to Bangkok on AirAsia is likely to take you to another level. At AirAsia, we believe everyone can fly, especially when booking tickets is made more affordable than ever. We also believe that you should always be able to change your travel plans. One moment you’re planning to land in Bangkok (DMK), and the next it’s time to head off to explore another part of or another country. So we’ve made that easier with some popular routes taking off from Bangkok.
At AirAsia, we think you should travel flexibly, and a cheap AirAsia flight from Mahasarakham to Bangkok is just that. But what if you decide to change your plans and want to head to Mahasarakham after another adventure? No problem! We’ve put together some great routes into Bangkok from a variety of cities around the world. Just click on any of the routes below that interest you to find a great cheap flight to Bangkok.
There is no direct flight from Mahasarakham (3AE) to Bangkok (DMK), so you’ll need to catch a 1-hour bus ride to either Khon Kaen Airport (KKC) or Roi Et Airport (ROI), followed by a 1-hour and 10-minute flight to Don Mueang International Airport (DMK). The total journey covers a distance of roughly 456 km and takes around 2 hours and 10 minutes, excluding transit times. Bangkok and Mahasarakham share the same time zone which is GMT +7.
Maha Sarakham is a regional education hub in the Maha Sarakham Province, one of Thailand’s 76 provinces. Mahasarakham University, the largest university in northeast Thailand with an outdoor museum; and Rajabhat Maha Sarakham University, which provides facilities such as a library, housing and a football field, are both located here. Noteworthy activities in this lively college town include visiting Phra That Na Dun (Buddhist Park), exploring Nong Khuen Chang Handicraft Village, and relaxing at Wang Ma Cha (the Fish Sanctuary).
Don Mueang International Airport is one of the world’s oldest; it has been operating since the 1920s in the Sanambin sub-district. After being closed and reopened after renovations, it currently hosts low-cost and domestic airlines. Between the two airports, Suvarnabhumi is newer, having started operations in 2006. Covering an area of approximately 8,000 hectares in the Bang Phli area of Samut Prakan, it is one of Southeast Asia’s largest international airports and also a regional aviation hub. In terms of distance, Don Mueang International Airport is closer to the city centre at 26 km (compared to Suvarnabhumi, which is around 30 km).
Thailand’s capital city is known for many things, such as its picturesque temples, spicy cuisine, and colourful nightlife. About 10 million people live in this melting pot of traditional and contemporary constituents, where shining temples and glitzy entertainment centres share the same city zones. From food stall-populated streets like Khao San Road to shopping malls like IconSiam, there are plenty of places to explore if you know where to look.
The currency code for the Thai Baht is THB with the symbol ฿. Banknotes come in denominations of ฿20, ฿50, ฿100, ฿500, and ฿1,000, whereas the coins are available in ฿1, ฿2, ฿5, and ฿10. No currency exchange is needed.