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Terminal 2

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Restaurants

There's something for all tastes at Guangzhou's new Terminal 2. Before Security, head to the fourth floor for the food court, where you'll find international and Asian flavors, including several sit-down Chinese restaurants, as well as KFC and Starbucks. After Security, less adventurous visitors will find chains including McDonald's, a KFC dessert counter, Costa Coffee and Starbucks. For fine dining, visit the Michelin restaurant "Reliable" on the third floor (international), or Michelin one-star SuZhe Hui, also on the third floor (international and domestic).
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Shopping

There are hundreds of stores in the commercial area on the fourth floor of Terminal 2. Duty-free shopping is available alongside well-known international brands such as DKNY, Swarovski, Mont Blanc and Harley Davidson. If you'd prefer to shop like a local, there are plenty of local Chinese and regional stores that won't disappoint, including electronics from Huawei (the largest electronics manufacturer in the world is headquartered in Guangdong province) and Hong Kong's aojo eyewear.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage
  • Children's play areas
  • Currency exchange
  • Pharmacy
  • Tourist information point
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Accessibility

  • Adapted check-in counters
  • Accessible information desks
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Adapted elevators
  • 'Blind paths' at entry and exit points, halls and elevators
  • Braille signage in elevators
  • For assistance, contact your airline or travel agent at least 48 hours before traveling
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Restaurants

There's a 24-hour KFC in domestic Arrivals and a Costa Coffee in international Arrivals.
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Shopping

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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Adapted elevators
  • 'Blind paths' at entry and exit points, halls and elevators
  • Braille signage in elevators
  • For assistance, contact your airline or travel agent at least 48 hours before traveling

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