London to Thailand for £283pp Return @ TUI
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London to Thailand for £283pp Return @ TUI

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Found 6th Oct 2017
DATES: Availability from October to November 2017.
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Used these flights for last two years, once to travel through Thailand and last year as a cheap way to get to Cambodia. Nov is the start of dry season, it will rain but believe me you will be glad of it. They fell to £219 last year and don't bother with luggage we managed 2 weeks with a rucksack, with all the travelling you won't want a suitcase....unless you want a beach holiday. But there's so much more to Thailand than sitting on the beach in an English resort.
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Good spot
Heat, great find
Rainy season.
No
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stingergb29 m ago

Rainy season.



it's a perfectly good time to go - still boiling hot, might be showers

pay with credit card to get Section 75 protection
Nice find...will really suit someone.
Great find
Just paid 500 quid each for mine. Wish I'd seen this!
stingergb52 m ago

Rainy season.


Thought November was the best time to go, weather wise
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Mallow22 m ago

Thought November was the best time to go, weather wise



starting to get rainy

not that it bothered me - I went for 3 weeks around X,as/ New Year many times and it just rains a bit

tropical - so soon clears & aLWAYS WARM/ HOT

oops

best time might be March - October
deleted13911396th Oct 2017

starting to get rainynot that it bothered me - I went for 3 weeks around …starting to get rainynot that it bothered me - I went for 3 weeks around X,as/ New Year many times and it just rains a bittropical - so soon clears & aLWAYS WARM/ HOToopsbest time might be March - October


Isn't that monsoon season?
Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of reading lol
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Mallow211 m ago

Isn't that monsoon season?Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of …Isn't that monsoon season?Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of reading lol



it's nothing to get worried about - unless you really want sun & heat 12 hrs a day every day

even in rainy season, it's very warm 25C+ mostly

and the rain tends to be limited

this ain't actually monsoon - when it rains constantly
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Mallow21 h, 31 m ago

Isn't that monsoon season?Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of …Isn't that monsoon season?Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of reading lol

Go in April during the Songkran weekend, if you’re going to experience anything in Thailand, I’d say Songkran is probably one of the best.
Doesn't include luggage though.
Used these flights for last two years, once to travel through Thailand and last year as a cheap way to get to Cambodia. Nov is the start of dry season, it will rain but believe me you will be glad of it. They fell to £219 last year and don't bother with luggage we managed 2 weeks with a rucksack, with all the travelling you won't want a suitcase....unless you want a beach holiday. But there's so much more to Thailand than sitting on the beach in an English resort.
While the flights are cheap, it might not be easy to find ladyboys since they take Novembe off to visit family.
tempt2 h, 41 m ago

While the flights are cheap, it might not be easy to find ladyboys since …While the flights are cheap, it might not be easy to find ladyboys since they take Novembe off to visit family.


are you saying this as a good thing or bad thing?
go there and pull and you will Bangkok!
timwishart12 h, 13 m ago

Doesn't include luggage though.


you don't need much... or buy it there!
deleted13911396th Oct 2017

starting to get rainynot that it bothered me - I went for 3 weeks around …starting to get rainynot that it bothered me - I went for 3 weeks around X,as/ New Year many times and it just rains a bittropical - so soon clears & aLWAYS WARM/ HOToopsbest time might be March - October

No. No. And once more, no! The best time to go to Thailand isn't monsoon! I spent 6 months in SE Asia a few years ago and regularly travel to India, which has a similar climate.
The weather clears up late November/early December (varies year on year) and is pretty good till late "our" early summer when the rains start and that's monsoonal rains, not the drizzle we get over here!
Mallow214 h, 7 m ago

Isn't that monsoon season?Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of …Isn't that monsoon season?Looking to go next year so been doing a lot of reading lol

Yes it is!
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it's a perfectly good time to go - still boiling hot, might be showerspay …it's a perfectly good time to go - still boiling hot, might be showerspay with credit card to get Section 75 protection


Hi, What is section 75 Protection please?
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andrisan1021 m ago

Hi, What is section 75 Protection please?



Google is your friend
sparklehedgehog9 h, 44 m ago

go there and pull and you will Bangkok!


Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 7th Oct 2017
Swinggcat17 h, 7 m ago

Just paid 500 quid each for mine. Wish I'd seen this!


Probably a 14 day cool off period.
woldranger2 h, 57 m ago

Yes it is!


Thought so, I knew all that research wasn't for nothing lol, we will go with late November and early December 😊
Edited by: "Mallow2" 7th Oct 2017
I think they have all gone now - searched for ages in Nov and Dec; nothing!!!
Can't really argue with this price it's excellent.
You can fly to Oz direct from HKT too so could be a stopover on way there
COLD. Cheap because its rain season. Far worse than North West standards too. Just google Thai rain season.
Although the climate varies throughout Thailand, you can visit all year round. The best time to travel is during the cool and dry season between November and early April. In the south, the climate differs between the eastern and western coasts."
Seasons in Thailand
Hot/Dry - March to May*
Rain - June to October*
Mild - November to February
*South - Rain; May to November, some rain in dry season
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