Before Security, there are two outlets serving beer, wine and South African plates. After Security, you can find a number of options including a sit-down café-bar and a pizza diner. For a great view of the runway while you eat, head to Mugg & Bean for bottomless coffee and a decent menu including kids and vegetarian options.
Explore the stores selling books, gifts, handcrafted African artefacts, jewelry by local designers, luggage and sunglasses. Burberry, Hackett, Hugo Boss, Lacoste and Timberland are among the designer brands you'll find here. For holiday flavours to take home, look for rooibos tea and biltong at Taste of Africa.
Baby care facilities
Pharmacy (after Security)
There's a refreshment stand in Arrivals if you need an energy boost after disembarking.
Shop for jewelry, tobacco and liquor at the Big Five duty-free store. There's also a small cell phone/network shop.
Muslim prayer room
For a great view of the airport, check out the public viewing deck on the 4th floor.
Follow the signs from the international Arrivals and Departures escalators.
Banish muscle aches with a therapeutic massage at the Letsema Spa.
The treatments combine African, Shiatsu and Chinese traditions and last around 20 minutes.
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