Cheap Flights from Bangkok to Osaka
Bangkok to Osaka Flight Info
Cheapest return ticket price
Bangkok(BKK) ⇒ Osaka(UKB)
Cheapest direct flight price
Bangkok(DMK) ⇒ Osaka(KIX)
Peak season for travel
Off-season for travel
Price Trends for the Coming 12 Weeks
Bangkok (BKK) - Osaka (OSA)
Cheap Flights from Bangkok to Osaka
- One way
Crossed out prices are calculated based on the average price of the corresponding route on Trip.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
When are flight tickets from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA) the cheapest?Airlines adjust prices for flights from Bangkok to Osaka based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
How much do flights from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA) cost?According to Trip.com's data, the lowest price is around US$655.
How long does it take to fly from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA)?It takes about 5 hours 24 minutes to fly from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA).
What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Osaka?
- The distance from Kansai International Airport to downtown is about 38km, by taxi about 50 minutes.
- The distance from Kobe Airport to downtown is about 26km, by taxi about 40 minutes.
- The distance from Osaka International Airport to downtown is about 12km, by taxi about 30 minutes.
What time does the earliest flight from Bangkok to Osaka depart?The earliest flight departs from Bangkok (BKK) at 08:05 and arrives in Osaka (KIX) at 15:40.
What are the most popular airlines that fly from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA)?
What's the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA)?Bangkok Airways operates 52 non-stop flights from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA).
How many airports are there in Osaka (OSA)?
What are some travel guidelines for Osaka during the COVID19 pandemic?Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Osaka, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.
Osaka is a designated city or a government ordinance city in the Kansai region of Honshu in Japan. It is the capital of Osaka Prefecture, a major financial centre and the 2nd biggest metropolitan area in Japan with a population of approximately 20 million people. It is not very clear where the name of the city is derived from but ‘Osaka’ means ‘large hill’ or ‘large slope’ and the earliest mention of this name goes back to 1496.
Tip: The city has a warm humid subtropical climate with an average high temperature of 9.5°C and an average low-temperature of 2.8°C so visitors are advised to prepare accordingly.
Getting to Shanghai
Kansai International Airport (KIX) and Osaka International Airport (ITM) are at a distance of approximately 50 km and 15.7 km from the city respectively and it would take about 56 minutes from the former and 18 minutes from the latter to reach the city. One can easily find flights from Bangkok to Osaka because there are several airlines offering their services. There are also direct flights from Bangkok to Osaka; some flights to Osaka have one connecting stop in between. Numerous cheap flights from Bangkok to Osaka are operated by airlines like Cebu Pacific and Jetstar. The overall flight duration varies from 1 hour 50 minutes to 5 hours depending on the duration of the layover in between.
Tip: It is advisable to book your flight tickets well in advance to get the best prices and offers.
What to do in Osaka
Osaka has many sights to see and things to do from historic castles to acclaimed cuisines. Firstly there is the Kaiyukan aquarium which has more than 30,000 animals that live in 15 diverse exhibits designed to take one through the wide-ranging environments of the Pacific Rim. There is Hozenji Temple is one of the smallest temples where one can find peace and solitude although the temple is ironically placed in the middle of the crowded streets of Namba along with Shittenoji which was the first temple funded by the state after Buddhism entered Japan. Another attraction is the Osaka Castle which was built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the 1500s. For shoppers and foodies alike, there is the Kuromon Ichiba Market which has the freshest seafood that is grilled and cooked right before your eyes.
Tip: The city has a well-connected subway and train system which offers the most convenient, efficient, and cheap commute for travellers.
Where to stay
For travellers whose main goal is food, shopping, and nightlife then the Namba district is the best area to stay in especially if one’s schedule mainly has Kyoto, Osaka’s Dotonbori Area, and Nara. If seeking an area that is well-connected with the public transport system, Umeda is the major transportation centre in Osaka, which however less lively than Namba makes travel and sightseeing much easier. Kita is also at the top of the list as an area that has transportation connectivity, a wide range of hotels from low budget to high-end. There is also Minami which is again a transportation hub as well but also has a vibrant entertainment, shopping, and dining district and a great nightlife. Those seeking a quieter and calmer area to stay can choose Honmachi from which the subway line is at a walking distance and there are also plenty of varied restaurants. Then there is the Shin-Osaka area, Tennoji area, and Osaka Castle area of which the first is pretty well connected to the subway lines, the second has cheaper hotels although with slightly rough streets, and the third is a taxi ride away from the main city but has cheap accommodations.
Tip: Osaka offers a variety of experiences that can be curated to specific tastes for which early reservations are recommended for a hassle-free stay.
To get best deals on stay, food, adventures in Osaka, plan your travel with Trip.com.
Plan Your Trip from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA)
Osaka attracts thousands of visitors every year for both business and pleasure. Whether you’re taking a last-minute break or a much needed getaway, flights from Bangkok to Osaka on Trip.com can help you get there with ease. With Trip.com, you can browse popular airlines with flights to Osaka, check the best season to visit, and preview Osaka attractions before you arrive. With flight deals and exciting attractions waiting for you to explore in Osaka, the best time to book flights from Bangkok to Osaka is now! Planning a trip from Bangkok to Osaka is easy when you use Trip.com to help you make travel arrangements. Whether you are flying one-way, non-stop, or round-trip, you will find just the flight you need with us. If you want to lock in a great deal for your flights, go for a round-trip flight, if you need flexibility with your itinerary, book a one-way flight to Osaka. With Trip.com, you can search for available flights and hotel rooms, and then make your booking quickly and easily online and on the go. Pack your travel accessories, make a must-see bucket list, and book your flight to Osaka on Trip.com today!
A Trip to Remember (BKK—OSA)
Make your journey from Bangkok (BKK) to Osaka (OSA) a trip to remember by using Trip.com to view Osaka attractions before you arrive. Once you know what to do in Osaka, you can reserve and book in advance for the best travel experience possible. Planning ahead is the most effective way to ensure your whole travel experience goes smoothly. Whether you need help choosing the perfect restaurant, discovering the best places to try local flavors, or finding the most stunning views in town, Trip.com is with you every step of the way for your trip to Osaka.