With the arrival of winter in most parts of the northern hemisphere, many people want to know how long the situation in Thailand will last, and what options Asia has to offer, and they can use cheap flights to get a respite from the winter.
When looking for cheap flights to Asia, I have to check several airports and multiple airlines. Always, if you are leaving the United States from Los Angeles [LAX] or San Francisco [SFO] and many times from Seattle, the best choices are China Airlines and EVA Air. Recently, Asiana Airlines has also provided some Cheap flights to Bangkok, if you pay attention to frequent flyer miles when calculating.
Today, the best option I can see for cheap flights to Bangkok, Thailand is Singapore. Tickets for Kuala Lumpur and Singapore for two to three weeks in early February are slightly more expensive. The exchange rate I got was that Singapore was $50 higher and Kuala Lumpur was a little higher. Before the current situation, I have been watching these two airports, and several times I got a reward for cheap flights to Asia. Once I even flew from Bangkok to Singapore, stayed for 2 hours, then returned to Bangkok and took a cheap flight from Southeast Asia.
Saigon is also the place I have checked. I took off from Saigon by plane at the last minute, a few hundred dollars cheaper than the usual route. The biggest problem in Vietnam is that you need to get a visa before you arrive in Vietnam; if you travel in both directions, they will let you buy two visas, but you can't get a visa at the same time, which will cause a lot of trouble for the seat cushion. . You can also check Tokyo, but companies with limited budgets are not participants in that market, so big guys can have a solution. Hong Kong also seems to be very expensive. There is no AirAsia, Tiger Airways or Cebu Pacific Air, which is the best choice to control the cost of travelling to Asia on the cheapest flight.
So for the winter, if you want to cross the border in Thailand this year, where would you go? I will go to Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam. If you don't pay attention to traffic accidents, Cambodia is now one of the safest countries in the region. Sihanoukville Beach now offers everything you can buy in Thailand and they are happy to take you to Thailand. Vietnam also has problems with traffic accidents, but it is also safe for tourists, but it is not so friendly and the price is slightly higher. The Philippines has distributed crimes in the city, but if you are on the beach, you will probably have a good time, because the locals are very friendly and the prices outside the peak season are reasonable, I think more means that the hotel owner prefers Said the number of tourists. The media has already distributed their troubles on the southern islands, but as far as I know, people who have been there recently say this is old news.
In addition to Indonesia being in the monsoon season, I will really try to see Indonesia. For those who do not agree to boycott Myanmar, it will be very important on my list. If I am mainly looking for a beach, North Malaysia will be on my list. The Perhentian Islands offer some of the cheapest beach resorts in Asia. All of these options offer relative security, rich culture and cheap prices.
Before the crisis, the Thai people were exhausted because the cost of staying there continued to rise and the value did not increase. Compared with Phuket, Bali can maintain a good positive contrast for a long time. If your budget is limited, then Bali can better cope with more cultures. Except for the Internet, it is a better infrastructure. The only negative impact in Indonesia is the visa, as well as the traffic police who regard foreigners as ATMs. If you mistakenly think that they are aiming at you unfairly, they will double or quadruple the normal "tea money", which will only make tourists more uncomfortable. If you are very safe, then Bali is the safest place in Asia.
There are many options to review the end of the winter to see how the situation can be fun. Everyone wants Thailand to return to normal to solve all problems.