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Ancient cities on Thai`s new routes

Three of Asia`s most culturally fascinating cities are being added to Thai Airways International `s expanding world routenet.

They are:

Luang Prabang in Laos – the jewel of Indochina and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. The ancient city is surrounded by mountains at the junction of the Mekong and its tributary, the Khan river
Guilin in China – southern China`s shining pearl with a 2000-year history and stunning scenery
Chennai in India – the fourth largest city in Asia (after Calcutta, Bombay and Delhi). Chennai has been on international trade routes for centuries and today is the centre of South India`s film industry

All three cities will have flights from Bangkok starting: October 26 for Chennai; November 29 (Luang Prabang) and January 21 next year (Guilin).

Other new routes in THAI`s winter schedule are Sydney-Melbourne-Phuket-Bangkok; Tokyo-Chiang Mai-Bangkok; Osaka-Phuket-Bangkok; Taipei-Hong Kong-Chiang Mai-Bangkok; and Chiang Mai-Rangoon.

THAI has also increased frequencies from Bangkok to: London, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Seoul, Jakarta, Colombo and Krabi.

Three of Asia`s most culturally fascinating cities are being added to Thai Airways International `s expanding world routenet.

They are:

  • Luang Prabang in Laos – the jewel of Indochina and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995. The ancient city is surrounded by mountains at the junction of the Mekong and its tributary, the Khan river
  • Guilin in China – southern China`s shining pearl with a 2000-year history and stunning scenery
  • Chennai in India – the fourth largest city in Asia (after Calcutta, Bombay and Delhi). Chennai has been on international trade routes for centuries and today is the centre of South India`s film industry

All three cities will have flights from Bangkok starting: October 26 for Chennai; November 29 (Luang Prabang) and January 21 next year (Guilin).

Other new routes in THAI`s winter schedule are Sydney-Melbourne-Phuket-Bangkok; Tokyo-Chiang Mai-Bangkok; Osaka-Phuket-Bangkok; Taipei-Hong Kong-Chiang Mai-Bangkok; and Chiang Mai-Rangoon.

THAI has also increased frequencies from Bangkok to: London, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Seoul, Jakarta, Colombo and Krabi.

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