Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Terminal

Bangkok, Thailand

Terminal Information

There are around 50 places to eat in the terminal, though only 5 or 6 are formal restaurants. Food options are tailored to destinations. The eastern concourses served by Japan Airlines have several Asian eateries, while food on the western concourses - with their gates to Europe and the US - is more European-oriented.

Duty-free shopping is available on the 4th floor, and there's a wide range of stores and mini markets throughout the terminal. You can browse leading cosmetics brands in the long, walk-through shopping street, and luxury boutiques such as Bally, Burberry and Cartier can be found on Level 4, Concourse D.

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage and lockers
  • Children's play areas
  • Information points
  • Massage and spa before Security, and on Concourse A and Concourse G
  • Medical clinic (Concourse D)
  • Post office
  • Prayer room
  • Smoking rooms

  • Accessible restrooms

Some 15 stalls offer all types of Thai food at the 24-hour food court on Level 1. There's also a café on Level 2 (Arrivals) and on Level 3 (Meeting).

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  • ATMs
  • Information points
  • Baggage storage and lockers

  • Wheelchair accessible taxis (must be reserved in advance)

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