Hassle-free visit to Emirates’ hub city of Dubai; must-see attractions and special offers in store for Thai travellers
Book a ticket to Dubai on Emirates and your visa is on us
Thai passengers flying to Dubai with Emirates are eligible for a free 96-hour complimentary visa for a limited period, making it easier than ever to explore Dubai, a cosmopolitan city rich in heritage and attractions for everyone.
In Emirates’ special value-added deal, passengers flying from Bangkok and Phuket and who purchase tickets to Dubai from today till March 31, 2019 will be eligible for the free 96-hour visa offer, while also enjoying special fares that start from THB 16,110 for Economy Class, and from THB 47,420 for Business Class. The offer is valid for outbound travel until December 12, 2019. To avail the offer, please contact Emirates Town Office at +662-664-1040.Terms and conditions apply.
Dubai is a popular destination among Thais, with its wide range of attractions suitable for individuals and families alike. Ranked as the fourth most visited city in the world according to MasterCard’s Global Destination Cities Index 2018, Dubai offers modern infrastructure, thrilling theme parks and waterparks, along with world-class shopping facilities.
With an endless list of things to do in the city, Thai travellers can build their itineraries around a multitude of themes and budgets to suit almost every pocket. If exploring culture and heritage is the objective of the visit, Dubai has plenty of attractions that will impress. Adventure and thrill-seekers, beach-goers, shopping-lovers and more will find what they’re looking for in Dubai, a microcosm of the globe all in one city. Spending a relaxing afternoon walking on Jumeirah beach, to going on a desert safari, hitting the slopes at Ski Dubai, enjoying the scenery from the top of the Burj Khalifa, sightseeing around the traditional city or entertaining the entire family at Dubai Parks & Resorts – the choices are infinite.
With 35 weekly direct flights from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Dubai International Airport and a flight time of only 6 hours 25 minutes, Dubai is the perfect destination for a short getaway, or stopover destination on route to your next holiday. In addition, passengers from Phuket also enjoy 14 weekly flights to Emirates’ hub at Dubai International Airport.
Travelers visiting Dubai or making a short stopover in Dubai until March 31, 2019 can also benefit from exclusive discounts and other privileges across participating retail and leisure outlets with My Emirates Pass. By simply presenting their boarding pass and a valid form of identification customers have access to fantastic discounts and benefits in over 500 locations across the UAE, including retail outlets and various leisure activities, spa treatments, fine dining, and more.
On board, Emirates passengers in all classes can enjoy award-winning service; gourmet cuisine; and the airline’s award-winning inflight entertainment system, ice, with more than 4,000 channels of on-demand entertainment including music, movies, TV, and games for all ages. Emirates also offers generous baggage allowance, with up to 30kg for Economy Class and 40kg for Business Class.
Emirates has an extensive global network of over 150 destinations across six continents, in 86 countries and territories. Travellers from Thailand can depart from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport or Phuket International Airport to Emirates’ global destinations via Dubai.
To book flight tickets, please visit www.emirates.com/th or visit your preferred travel agent. The complimentary visa can be arranged by contacting Emirates’ office in Bangkok at least ten days before departure date.
About Emirates Thailand:
Emirates (www.emirates.com/th), recognised as Airline of the Year at the 2018 Air Transport Awards, connects Bangkok to its Dubai hub with 35 weekly flights and Phuket to Dubai with double flights daily. Emirates currently operates four of its seven daily flights from Bangkok to Dubai with an A380. Serving 158 destinations in 86 countries/territories, the airline reported a net profit of US$ 762 million for the fiscal year 2017-2018. Emirates operates 274 wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft, including the world’s largest fleet of A380s, and has orders for an additional 243 aircraft. Emirates’ partnership with Thailand began in 1990 when it launched flights to Bangkok and ever since it has stimulated trade between the country and points across its network. Emirates has a weekly cargo capacity of 750 tonnes each way in the belly-hold of the passenger aircraft serving Thailand. The airline has been operating its flagship Airbus A380 on the Bangkok-Dubai and Bangkok-Hong Kong route since 2009 and reinforced its commitment to Thailand with the launch of daily direct flight to Phuket in December 2012. Starting from 1 June 2019, Emirates will also operate a daily flight between Bangkok and Phnom Penh, connecting passengers between Thailand and Cambodia.
For information and ticket reservations please visit www.emirates.com/th or contact the Reservation Office 02-664 1040.