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Direct return flight to Bangkok £376 or Singapore £382 (Departing LHR/ Various availability / British Airways) @ Skyscanner (Travel Trolley)
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Direct return flight to Bangkok £376 or Singapore £382 (Departing LHR/ Various availability / British Airways) @ Skyscanner (Travel Trolley)

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Posted 3rd Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

As part of BA's centenary sale there are currently some cheap direct flights to Bangkok and Singapore. Hand luggage only.

Example Bangkok dates:
12th - 18th September 2019
9th - 21st October 2019
4th - 11th March 2020
16th - 25th March 2020

Example Singapore dates:
5th - 13th May 2020
6th - 19th May 2020
7th - 13th May 2020
11th - 18th May 2020

Bangkok:
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Singapore:
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13 Comments
Is the weather good in September?
ab71303/07/2019 21:01

Is the weather good in September?


Think its still monsoon season. Plus I am sure BA charge £30 per checked bag per way per person
ab71303/07/2019 21:01

Is the weather good in September?


Temps fairly constant but Bangkok has wet and dry season... let’s just say take a brolly in September
ab71303/07/2019 21:01

Is the weather good in September?


Singapore? Yeh. It’s pretty consistent (like being in a jungle).
Concrete jungle.
waby123403/07/2019 23:07

Have you been?


I have to Singapore, he’s right. Concrete jungle. Extremely humid (90-100%) all the time and atleast 30 degrees temperatures at all hours. But it’s so amazing there I’d go back!
strong103/07/2019 23:23

I have to Singapore, he’s right. Concrete jungle. Extremely humid ( …I have to Singapore, he’s right. Concrete jungle. Extremely humid (90-100%) all the time and atleast 30 degrees temperatures at all hours. But it’s so amazing there I’d go back!


That’s funny, because I found it had a lot of green space when I visited, plus was close by jungle/forest area.
Ok so I’m not here to argue. It’s true that Singapore has planted some green space with a view to create and maintain a garden city, as well as maintaining some existing jungle areas (mainly reserved for army camps), but it’s not a patch on how it used to be. The former delicate tropical jungle habitat of many of the island’s natural wildlife has, in very large part, been wiped out. Many species no longer exist in Singapore. Concrete buildings have taking place over trees and jungles. Yes the government plant a few more here and there, as part of the “clean and green” campaign started by the late Lee Kuan Yew, but it’s really just a token gesture of Singapore’s bygone natural state.
I used to live in Singapore. Its funky hot, but the bars have air con.
Hot!! only extra £20 to go from Inverness via LHR.
Low cost fare - no baggage included
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