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Fly To India’s Legendary Cities Of Gaya And Varanasi With THAI’s ‘Special Bodhgaya’ Fares

Saturday, February 11, 2017 5:21
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1888PressRelease - Follow Buddha’s footsteps with special one-way and roundtrip air fares from Thai Airways International to the legendary cities of Gaya and Varanasi in India.

The ‘Special Bodhgaya’ fares are for travel from Bangkok, with ticketing validity and travel departure from now up until 31 March 2017.

Flights to Gaya, with the ‘Special Bodhgaya’ fare starts from THB 12,995 one-way/THB 20,220 roundtrip. Flights to Varanasi, with the ‘Special Bodhgaya’ fare starts from THB 13,535 one-way/THB 21,540 roundtrip. These prices are inclusive of surcharge and taxes.

Members of THAI’s Royal Orchid Plus frequent flyer program earn normal mileage accrual on these special fares.

Seats are limited per flight so act now! Book your ‘Special Bodhgaya’ air fare to Gaya or Varanasi online at http://www.thaiairways.com.

Visitors to the Thai Airways International website can book online flights from Thailand throughout THAI’s global route network of over 60 destinations in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East, as well as domestic flights within Thailand operated by THAI and its subsidiary THAI Smile. A search can also be made for the best deals on flights to Thailand.

Great holiday product from Royal Orchid Holidays is also featured, while those who are not already can sign up as a Royal Orchid Plus frequent flyer member to earn miles redeemable for a wide choice of benefits.

A city of ancient historical and mythological significance, Gaya in the state of Bihar attracts religious pilgrims from the Buddhist, Hindu and Jain faiths. Many travellers use Gaya as a springboard on their journey to the important pilgrimage site of Bodhgaya – believed to be where over 2,000 years ago the young Prince Siddhartha achieved enlightenment and thus became Buddha.

In Bodhgaya is Mahabodhi Temple, said to be the location where Buddha attained enlightenment. Since 2002 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In Uttar Pradesh state, the city of Varanasi on the banks of the Ganges River is the spiritual capital of India and the holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism and Jainism. It is home to thousands of temples and crowded with spiritual pilgrims who perform rituals and ceremonies along the banks of the Ganges.

About Thai Airways International:
As the national flag carrier of Thailand, Thai Airways International flies to more than 60 destinations around the world from its headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. This includes 48 points in 19 countries in the Asia Pacific region, 12 cities in Europe and 3 in the Middle East. Together with subsidiary THAI Smile, Thai Airways International operates domestically within Thailand to 10 points in the North, Northeast and South.

Thai Airways International is a founding member of the Star Alliance network that currently offers more than 18,500 daily flights to 1,330 airports in 192 countries.

For more information please contact:

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited
Tel: +66 2545 1000

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