I plan to go to southeast asia at the end of november - beginning of december.
My intercontinental flight from Europe lands in Singapore, and my trip homewards also leaves from Singapore :-).
In the meantime, I plan to visit Cambodia (7 days) and Phuket , Thailand (3 days).
I've researched cheap flights and came up with the following, affordable and not overly time-consuming, scheme:
1. Singapore - Phnom Penh (Jetstar)
2. Phnom Penh - Phuket with layover in Bankok (Bankok Airways)
3. Phuket - Singapore (either Jetstar or Tigerair).
My question is: could I possibly get in trouble (at customs for example in Cambodia or Thailand) for not going back to the same city as I came from?
This is maybe a silly question but I'm not a regular flyer and have never travelled to more than one country at the same trip, so I don't know... :-).
#1blaaat has been a member since 28/10/2015. Posts: 2
Posted by Gogomobile on 28/10/2015 at 19:20
No you can fly all over as long as you meet normal visa requirements.
Air Asia has cheap flights. Look at them. Bangkok Airways is overpriced.
#2Gogomobile has been a member since 14/4/2015. Posts: 412
Posted by blaaat on 29/10/2015 at 12:19
I booked with Air Asia instead :-). Indeed a bit cheaper.
#3blaaat has been a member since 28/10/2015. Posts: 2
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