Turkish Airlines offers one or two flight alternatives every day from Billund to Bangkok. Flights in this route take off from Billund Airport (BLL) and land at Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) with a connecting flight over Istanbul Airport (IST). There may be two connecting flights in some journeys as one over Copenhagen Kastrup Airport (CPH) and then over Istanbul Airport (IST).
The duration of the journeys from Billund to Bangkok varies by the layover, ranging from 17 to 42 hours in average.
Turkish Airlines offers enjoyable opportunity for its passengers during their layover at Istanbul: the sightseeing service Touristanbul is offered complimentary to the passengers with a layover between 6 to 24 hours, providing a chance to explore this magnificent city.
As a small town in Jutland city of Denmark, Billund shines out as one of the top touristic destinations in the country. Located nearly 27 kilometers from the city of Vejde, the capital of the region, this delightful town of Billund is highly popular with its verdant nature, colorful buildings, fresh air and joyful entertainment centers.
The most significant event center of the town, Legoland brings in millions of visitors worldwide every year. This theme park hosts a giant world of tiny toy blocks of lego, offering a pleasant atmosphere for the visitors of every age. Arousing interest by its colorful presence and vibrant life as well, Billund is also home to the remarkable Givskud Zoo, Vandel Museum and Jelling Church notable for its frescos.
Turkish Airlines flights from Billund take off from Billund Airport (BLL) which is very close to the center.
You may use the municipal buses for reaching Billund Airport (BLL) from the city center. Passengers travelling from Vejle and Horsens may get on the buses numbered 912X. Those wishing to reach the airport from Brande Nr. Snede region may prefer the buses numbered 913X. You may also reach the airport via the bus numbered 179 from Vejen, 44 from Esbjerg and 166 from Colding.
It is possible to reach the airport by foot or via airport shuttles from Legoland; or you may also use the cabs available everywhere in the city to reach the airport comfortably.
Thailand’s capital Bangkok is a vibrant, exciting and chaotic city. Locally known as “the City of Angels” Bangkok represents a mystical spirit and a life of contrast with its giant skyscrapers rising up the sky on one side, and numerous enchanting temples on the other… There are many attractive alternatives to enjoy your time in Bangkok, where you can also witness the general presence of Thailand. You may have a boat tour on Chao Praya River flowing through the city and creating distinctive opportunities for transport and amusement, or buy souvenirs from the crowded shopping malls around Siam Square. Moreover, you may have an exclusive shopping experience by visiting the Floating Market; or get a Thai massage in the massage parlors around every corner when you are tired of walking.
Bangkok hosts two airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Muang Airport (DMK). Passengers booking their flights to Bangkok with Turkish Airlines land at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).
Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) is located roughly 30 kilometers to the city center. You may consider a couple of alternatives for reaching the center after your arrival.
It is possible to reach Makkasan from the airport via the trains heading towards Phaya Thai Railway Station in the center and reach almost anywhere in the city with a transfer from Makkasan.
Passengers wishing to reach the center via airport shuttles should first get on the free shuttles departing on the way out the terminal building. These shuttles get you to the main bus stop where you can use the airport shuttles to reach many spots in the city.
Moreover, you may easily reach anywhere you want in the city via the cabs available 7/24.