PEK

Terminal 3

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Restaurants

From Thai restaurants and Chinese noodle bars to pizza and burger chains, there's plenty of choice at the food outlets in Terminal 3. There are over 15 concessions in the public area - you'll find noodles, burgers and coffee on the 2nd floor, cafés on the 4th floor and a variety of cuisines on the 5th floor. Another 15+ concessions serve travelers in C/D domestic Departures and around 8 in international Departures.
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Shopping

In the terminal's public area you'll find convenience stores and minimarts alongside technology, health and fashion outlets. International Departures is bursting with brand names - from Burberry, Boss and Bvlgari to Salvatore Ferragamo, Samsonite and Swarovski. Electronics, beauty, liquor, toys and speciality food are also well represented. Domestic Departures area D has little to offer, but area C has over 40 stores, so leave plenty of time for shopping here. Traditional tea sets with boxed tea are a perfect memento from China, where the humble leaf has been consumed for thousands of years as a medicinal brew.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Bank
  • Children's play areas
  • Currency exchange
  • Device charging stations
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible phones
  • Adapted check-in counters
  • Disabled seating area
  • Accessible drinking fountains
  • 'Blind paths' at entry and exit points, halls and elevators
  • Braille signage in elevators
  • Free electric vehicles
  • Wheelchairs
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Restaurants

There are several options for refreshments when arriving in Terminal 3 on both domestic and international flights.
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Shopping

At Baggage Claim, you can pick up forgotten duty-free goods or gifts. Once in the Arrivals hall, there are convenience stores and travel accessory outlets, and you can also invest in a prepaid local SIM card.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage
  • Changing rooms
  • Driver's license desk (first floor, area C Arrivals, opposite Gate 7)
  • Hotel reservations offices (international & domestic Baggage Claim, Arrivals hall)
  • Post office
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Adapted check-in counters
  • Disabled seating area
  • Accessible phones
  • Accessible drinking fountains
  • 'Blind paths' at entry and exit points, halls and elevators
  • Braille signage in elevators
  • Free electric vehicles
  • Wheelchairs

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