Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

Bangkok, Thailand

Suvarnabhumi Airport Local Map

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Suvarnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), located in Bangkok, Thailand, is one of the largest and busiest airports in Southeast Asia. It was opened in 2006 to replace Don Mueang International Airport as Bangkok's primary airport. Suvarnabhumi Airport covers an area of 3,000 hectares and has a single-passenger terminal building, divided into two levels. The lower level serves as the arrivals level and the upper level servess as the departures level.

The airport has a range of facilities and services to cater to the needs of passengers, including duty-free shops, restaurants, cafes, lounges, and a large duty-free shopping complex. It also has a post office, a bank, a medical centre, and several tourist information desks. The airport offers Wi-Fi throughout the terminal, making it easy for passengers to stay connected while they wait for their flights.

Transportation options to and from the airport include taxi, bus, rail, and private car services. The Airport Rail Link provides a fast train connection to the city centre, while taxi services are available outside the terminal buildings. Bus services are also available, providing connections to various parts of Bangkok and its surrounding areas.

Suvarnabhumi Airport serves as a hub for several airlines, including Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, and Orient Thai Airlines. It operates flights to destinations all around the world, including cities in Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, and South America. With its modern facilities and excellent transportation links, Suvarnabhumi Airport is a convenient gateway to Bangkok and beyond.