There are a handful of eateries in International Departures, including an Indian restaurant and an outlet serving dishes inspired by Eastern Asian cuisines. There's also a 24-hour bar that offers panoramic views of the runway, where you can purchase both alcoholic beverages and a quick bite to eat. Around 6 food and drink outlets in Domestic Departures sell everything from south Indian snacks to fried chicken. Those looking for a sit-down dining option may be interested in the Italian restaurant here, which offers table service.
As well as duty-free shops, there are around 10 other stores across the Domestic and International Departures areas selling travel essentials, books and everyday items. Fabindia is great for stylish Indian clothes and accessories, and you can pick up South Indian handicrafts from The Lotus House.
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There are a few cafés where you can grab a bite to eat and a drink after your journey.
Duty-free shopping is available at International Arrivals.
For security reasons, visitors aren't currently allowed into the terminal - something to remember if you're dropping someone off or picking them up.
You can get a 5% discount when you pre-order your duty-free purchases online and pick them up from Departures or from Arrivals on your return.
Treat yourself to a Balinese-style massage and a number of other pampering services at the O2 Spa, located opposite Gate 15.
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