Thailand is the world's 50th largest country by area and the 21st most populated. Stretching just under 2,000 kilometres from north to south, it features a 15° spread in latitude, which makes Thailand’s climate one of the most diverse in Southeast Asia. In the north are humid tropics; in the centre and the south, the climate is subequatorial; and in the very south, on the border with Malaysia, it’s equatorial.
Thailand is not just beaches; it’s an exotic country in all of its manifestations, including culture, art, architecture and cuisine. Here you will find a lot of sun, luscious southern nature and smiling local residents. And a smile is the main sign that a place is good to visit.
Aeroflot operates direct flights from Moscow to Bangkok, the capital of the Kingdom of Thailand, and to the island of Phuket. The flight from Moscow to Bangkok takes about 9 hours. The Moscow-Phuket flight is a little longer, about 9 hours and 30 minutes. The capital’s international airport is called Suvarnabhumi, which means "Golden Land" in Thai. It is located 25 kilometres from the center of Bangkok. Phuket International Airport is located 32 kilometres from the main city of the island, also called Phuket.
Look for round-trip tickets to save money, and remember to book early for the best deals.