Heading to Surin? There is something magical about interacting with a part of the world that embraces a culture that is different from home. Flight deals to Surin 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 Surin (3AI).
They say travel is restorative, and so a flight from Surin 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 Surin to Bangkok is just that. But what if you decide to change your plans and want to head to Surin 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 Surin (3AI) to Bangkok (DMK), so the easiest way is to take a 1-hour minibus or taxi ride to Buriram Airport (BFV), then catch a 1-hour flight to Bangkok Airport. The journey time takes 2 hours (excluding waiting time) and covers a distance of 330 km. There is no time zone difference between Surin and Bangkok; the GMT for both is +7.
Surin is a city in a province of the same name, which is located in the northeastern region of Thailand (aka Isan). It is best known for its Surin Elephant Round-up Festival that takes place each November: the huge animals perform acts of skill which attract both local and international visitors alike. Besides the festival, there are also several Khmer temples that you can check out as Surin was ruled by the Khmer Empire in the 14th century.
Bangkok has two airports: the oldest one is Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) and the newly built one is Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK). Don Mueang Airport is the main hub for low-cost carriers and it has two terminals: Terminal 1 is utilized for international flights and Terminal 2 for domestic flights. On the other hand, Suvarnabhumi Airport — known unofficially as Bangkok Airport — is a regional hub and connecting point for numerous foreign carriers. It is one of the largest airports in Southeast Asia, covering an area of 32.4 square kilometres.
Bangkok goes by various names like “Krung Thep” and the "City of Angels”. Thailand’s capital city is located in the lower Chao Phraya River delta, serving as the country’s commercial and cultural hub, as well as the abode of approximately 10 million residents. There is plenty to do and see in this bustling city such as learning about local culture in the Bangkok National Museum, dining at fancy eateries in Sukhumvit, or enjoying some late-night entertainment in Silom.
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.