Snack on Chinese dishes, international favorites and fast food at the terminal's restaurants, cafés and bars, most of which can be found on the 3rd floor.
Whether you want to pick up a last-minute souvenir, browse designer boutiques or stock up on essentials, there's plenty to choose from here, from toy stores to specialty food emporiums. Fashion fans can head to the likes of Diesel and Hugo Boss, while the kids will enjoy the Disney store at 2F domestic Departures.
Baby care facilities /feeding rooms
Special assistance vehicle
The Aviator Bar near international Arrivals Exit F2 serves Chinese food, snacks and drinks. At domestic Arrivals F2, you can buy Hong-Kong style food and drink, as well as burgers. Chinese food is available near domestic Arrivals exit 2F and there's also a Starbucks.
Shop for liquor and tobacco at the tax refund shop near international Arrivals 2F. Books, magazines and flowers are on sale at domestic and international Arrivals, and you can buy perfume, cosmetics, liquor and tobacco at Baggage Claim.
Telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) phones
Despite the terminal's impressive size and modern design, there's little to help pass the time here and the shops and restaurants all close by 23:00.
It might be an idea to download music and games before you travel.
Be sure to look out for the collection of metal statues and numerous pieces of art which are scattered throughout the terminal.
Gain an insight into various aspects of Chinese culture at the Museum of Pudong Airport and the Han Culture Park - both of which are located near Gate D90.
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