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Flight Deal: Los Angeles To Bangkok, Thailand As Low As $377

By DeAnna Taylor

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China Eastern Airline has significantly reduced its prices from Los Angeles to Bangkok, Thailand. The lowest-priced flight can be found for only $377 roundtrip.

This sale appears to only be for travel during April. You can find routes for around $432 from March through early May as well. To find the lowest price, it is best to use Skyscanner.

There will be a layover in China that will last between 4 and 6 hours. Depending on how much time you have, you can explore without the need for a visa.

Related: Some Of The Best Places To Eat While In Shanghai, China

The weather in Thailand is great all year round. Luckily, if you happen to purchase this deal, you won’t see much rain. The rainy season begins in October.

Bangkok was made famous after being featured in one of ‘The Hangover’ movies. You will find that this Thai city gives you a perfect blend of modernity and traditional life.


There is a very easy to use subway system in Bangkok. Another perk is that at every train station, there is a mall attached. The malls are multi-story and feature everything from high-end designer brands to local favorites.

Seeing all of the temples and palaces is the highlight of Bangkok. If you plan to see the temples, keep in mind that there are strict clothing requirements to enter. Women will need to cover their shoulders and legs. Men will also need to ensure that they are properly covered. If you forget, there are street vendors everywhere that sell wraps for you to wear.

It is easiest to take the water ferry across the different stops to see the temples.

Once you get your fix of temples and Thai culture, you can head to Khao San Road. This area is known for its cheap street food, foot massages, and mobile bars. It is where you will also find most of the hostels and guesthouses.

Make sure you grab this deal soon. It is too good to pass up.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.

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