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Flight to Bangkok: $150 per pax for 2 Way Singapore Airlines Flight with Check-In Baggage (Worth $588)

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Flight to Bangkok: $150 per pax for 2 Way Singapore Airlines Flight with Check-In Baggage (Worth $588)
  • 10 Nov 2013
  • Nov 2013 to Jan 2014
  • SGD150

How To Get There
Fly directly from Singapore via Singapore Airlines (included in Groupon)

Recommended Activities
Explore the city on a tuk-tuk
Immerse in Thai culture by paying visits to majestic temples and rustic floating villages
Indulge in a wide selection of traditional Thai cuisine or international options
Embark on a shopping spree at Robinson Plaza, Emporium or J Avenue
Hit up pubs and bars or soak up the exciting nightlife
Optional half-day city tour to places of visits: Wat Traimitr, 4 Faced Buddha, Standing Buddha, Gem Gallery

Great For
A modern free-and-easy short getaway
Business trips and holiday makers
Families, couples, and friends

Fine Print
2 Way Singapore Airlines Flight 
20kg check-in baggage allowance
7kg hand-carry baggage allowance
Meals served onboard
General Fine Print
Travel from 10 Nov 2013 to 24 Jan 2014
Book by 10 Nov 2013 or at least 5 days prior to arrival, whichever is earlier
Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts
Flights and seats subject to availability
Min. 2 to go
Valid for min. stay of 3 days and max. stay of 7 days
Not valid with other promotions and discounts
Package is based on Singapore Airlines promotional air fares and subject to availability at time of booking
Top up fares may be required to change to other airlines or booking classes if unavailable at time of booking 
Upgrade to Next Higher Fare ‘N’ Class Top up SGD $140 per pax, not valid for flight SQ972
Additional Surcharge of S$10 per pax per way applies for departures from Singapore on Fri and Sat and returns from Bangkok on Sun and Mon
All applicable airport taxes and fuel surcharge of $198 applies per ticket (subject to change)
No cancellations and amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking
Groupon excludes visa and insurance, if required
Groupon printout MUST be presented
See the rules that apply to all deals
Flight Schedule
For reference only and subject to availability
Singapore to Bangkok

SIN BKK 1310 1435 SQ 974 
SIN BKK 1600 1725 SQ 976 
SIN BKK 1845 2010 SQ 978 

Bangkok to Singapore

BKK SIN 1230 1600 SQ 975 
BKK SIN 1540 1910 SQ 977 
BKK SIN 2110#0040 SQ 981 

Top-up of S$140 per pax for upgrade to 'N' Class Flights
Singapore to Bangkok 

SIN BKK 0715 0840 SQ 970
SIN BKK 1310 1435 SQ 974 
SIN BKK 1600 1725 SQ 976 
SIN BKK 1845 2010 SQ 978

Bangkok to Singapore

BKK SIN 0945 1315 SQ 973
BKK SIN 1230 1600 SQ 975 
BKK SIN 1540 1910 SQ 977
BKK SIN 1830 2200 SQ 979
BKK SIN 2110#0040 SQ 981

Additional Add-Ons
Single Traveller: 1 Groupon + $230
Child: 1 Groupon per pax
Infant: $198 per pax

4D3N Hotel Stay with complimentary half day city tour:
P2 Boutique: S$98 per pax
Berkeley Pratunam: S$198 per pax 
Novotel Platinum: S$258 per pax

Ditch daily chores and bores for urban adventures around Bangkok with today's Groupon.

Today's Groupon 
For $150 per pax, you get a 2 way Singapore Airlines Flight with 20kg Check In Baggage (worth $588).

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Deal Attractions

Hop onboard your Singapore Airlines flight, and enjoy the friendly, attentive service from your flight attendants as you journey to and back from the Land of Smiles. Dive straight into the heart of Bangkok to explore everything the city has to offer. Keep hunger pangs at bay with the mind-boggling variety of traditional Thai cuisine and international options within Bangkok, making sure that you stay fueled for days of exploration and fun.

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Spend some time to appreciate Bangkok's architecture and customs during a cultural tour, with must-visit locations including Wat Arun and Wat In displaying majestic Buddha statues, clusters of old shops and strong Buddhist culture. A floating market is also an excellent spot to soak in the country's unique way of living while shopping for local produce and wares.

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Explore the city on a classic tuk-tuk, or take a short stroll to the Skytrain and look up every nook and cranny of the bustling city. Grant your tongue's persistent wishes for authentic Thai food at a posh restaurant or scour the streets for corner stalls for cheaper yet equally tasty equivalents. Explore the famous Asoke and Sukhumvit districts or embark on a shopping spree at the nearby Robinson Plaza, or the famous Emporium, J Avenue and Nana Square. In the evening, hit up pubs, bars and clubs to soak up the exciting Thai nightlife for the full Thai experience.
Groupon's Pick: Top 5 Must-Try Foods in Bangkok
Som Tum (Green Papaya Salad) - Eating healthily on vacation shouldn’t be an impossible task. Take breaks from gluttonous feasting with Som Tum, a green papaya salad. Raw papayas are shredded and taste like a slightly sour cucumber. Added to it are garlic, chillies, dried shrimp, tomatoes, fish sauce and peanuts and are pounded together for maximum flavours to be released. Everyone’s family has a different interpretation of the dish but are all just as good.

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Tom Yum Goong - The smell alone screams Thailand. A heady mix of traditional Thai flavours includes kaffir lime juice, lemongrass, galangal, chilli and fish sauce creates this hot and spicy soup. Traditionally, it comes served with seafood, mushrooms, chicken or pork. Regional differences may include coconut milk in some versions for a milder and less spicy taste.  Best served with rice noodles on cool evenings with a glass of beer.

Pad Kaprow Mu (Thai Basil Pork) - Pad Kaprow Mu is known as a ‘rice thief’, or so well complemented with rice that extra portions are needed. Minced pork is fried with various seasonings such as chilli, garlic, fish sauce and soy sauce before the star of the dish, Thai holy basil, is added. The basil adds a sweet, liquorice taste to the pork. This one-dish meal is great for a quick lunch in between attractions and can be found in most roadside stalls. Substitute pork (mu) for chicken (gai) or beef (neau) according to preference.

Pad Thai - The representative of Thai cuisine, Pad Thai was invented around World War II in a bid to promote Thai flavours using Thai products. Pad Thai is easily available and can be found along roadside stalls and even in high-end restaurants. Rice noodles are seasoned with fish sauce, soy sauce and garlic and are fried with eggs, seafood, chicken and spring onions. Necessary garnishes include chopped roasted peanuts, red chilli pepper flakes and a sprinkling of sugar to bring out that smoky charred taste.

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Kwaytiao Neau Nam (Thai Beef Noodles) - Similar to its Vietnamese pho counterpart, Kwaytia Neau Nam features a rich stock made from beef and pork bones, slices of medium rare beef and perfectly cooked rice noodles. The difference lies in the Thai’s use of chilli flakes to add spice, along with fresh bean sprouts and mint leaves, cilantro and basil for flavour. The Thais also add in fried pieces of pork rind that soak up the flavourful broth and adds crunch to the meal.

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