Air China First And Business Class Lounge
Slow down to a leisurely pace and take in the Rainbow over the Royal Fountain in the duty-free hall, the 'Starry Sky' Corridor at Gates C15-18, the mini botanical garden at Gate C18, and all the indoor flora and water features in the international Departures and Arrivals halls.
Aside from a number of children's play areas (the main ones are at Gates C4, C9 & E21), there is also an interactive game wall at Gate C8. Around lunchtime every day, an art troupe performs live at the Royal Fountain. You can also feed the fish at the nearby Royal Garden and Suzhou Garden - fish food provided from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It was designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, and considered to be one of the best airport terminals in the world from an architectural perspective. Terminal 3 is so large that an Automated People Mover is available to take departing passengers to the Gates and arriving passengers to Baggage Claim.