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    Suvarnabhumi Airport: 999 Bang Na-Trat, Racha Taeva, Bang Phli, Samut Prakan, 10540, Thailand

Bangkok Airport TerminalBangkok gives new meaning to the term “diversity”. Here, modern shopping malls and neon-lit clubs sit side-by-side with century-old village homes and gold-spired Buddhist temples. Variety is plentiful, and so is the food. Intense flavor and international cuisine lovers will find that there‚Äôs no better dining destination in the world. The Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport is a major hub that serves travelers arriving and departing from Thailand. The airport is outside of the city, so expect a good amount of traffic keeping you from downtown. The Airport Rail Link is the most efficient choice for connecting with the city center. There is one hotel located on site of the airport and several others around the vicinity.
Why travelers visit Bangkok: Shopping, live music and festivals, international cuisine, temples, and the Grand Palace.
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Know Before You Go: Suvarnabhumi Airport

  • Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel is the only hotel located directly on airport property. Several others are located within the vicinity.
  • If you have time to spare between flights, or would just like a quiet place to relax, then stop by the free airport lounges located in Concourses B and D. Equipped with reclining chairs and television to help you relax.
  • There are over 50 delicious restaurants to choose from at the airport terminal. All dining venues are open 24 hours a day to serve travelers. Be sure to try some Thai food at Mango Tree, which serves delightful dishes like pad Thai noodles, fried prawn, and noodle soup with roasted duck.
  • If you need help, stop by one of the ten information counters located throughout the airport.
  • Step off your plane and relax as you are driven through the airport in an electric car by A Plus Class. You can reserve your buggy in advance. Visit www.aplusclassthailand.com or Gate D3. Open 24 hours.
  • Take a break while traveling and stop by the Sauna & Spa located in Terminal F. Relax in comfort as you have a massage or enjoy other spa services.
  • Shop all your favorite brands, duty free, at the duty free shop located in Concourse F. Enjoy products from great brands like Chanel, Coach, Dior, Gucci, Prada, Rolex, and more.
  • The Suvarnabhumi Airport Control Tower is the largest in the world at over 132.2 meters high.
  • Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport for free.
  • Visit the official website for Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport for more great tips!

Where To Stay

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    • Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel

      0.1 miles from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

      The Novotel Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Airport Hotel is conveniently located right next to the Suvarnabhumi International Airport terminal, and offers complimentary shuttle transportation for guests who don't want to make the short walk back and forth. This hotel has a Spa, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, and more. Easily reserve this and other Bangkok Airport hotels online today.
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    • Best Western Premier Amaranth

      3 miles from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

      Less than 3 miles drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, the Best Western Premier Amaranth is also near a Skytrain station, allowing transportation to Bangkok's attractions. Amenities here include free Wi-Fi access, an on-site restaurant, a spa, a swimming pool, and complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport. Book securely online.

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About Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport

Located about 30 miles from downtown Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main hub for travelers arriving to and departing from Thailand. The site contains only one terminal building, but it's stocked with all the amenities you would expect from a major hub. You'll find more than 50 eating spots, a chic lounge, a post office and plenty of retail and boutique shops. Be wary of the duty-free stores, which have a bad reputation for scamming tourists. Due to its fair distance from the airport, visitors should allow three hours to get from the hub to the center of the city during rush hour, particularly if driving. A more convenient and efficient option is the Airport Rail Link, which connects you directly to downtown.

Whether you're staying in this Thai city for vacation or business, there are a wide variety of hotels near Suvarnabhumi Airport to choose from, such as the Novotel Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Airport Hotel and Best Western Premier Amaranth - both offer free shuttle service to and from the international hub. Another top option is the Vismaya Hotel, which gives you not only free airport shuttle service, parking and wireless Internet, but also provides royalty-grade services, amenities and furnishings as well as a huge, luxurious swimming pool.

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Welcome to Bangkok

Bangkok is Thailand's capital city, so it only makes sense that it's a bustling urban area teeming with a vibrant and diverse culture. It's home to more than 11 million people, which is part of the reason that it has a reputation as an overcrowded, high-traffic city (some also know of it for its mischievous nightlife scene and humidity), but those who give it a chance come to find a trendy, cosmopolitan metropolis with a rich history that points back to its humble beginnings as a small trading post.

Today, Bangkok is Thailand's focal point for commerce and education as well as a center for spiritualism and culture. It can be a difficult city to navigate if you're unfamiliar - it's divided into about 50 districts and more than 150 subdistricts. Locals use the easier-to-understand colloquial names for the city's main regions, and those who ask for directions may hear people referring to area's such as Siam Square, Dusit, Pratunam and Silom. Due to the huge expanse of the city and often congested streets, many people choose to use the public transit systems to get around - the BTS Skytrain is ideal for traveling throughout downtown, while Metropolitan Rapid Transit is useful for exploring the outlying neighborhoods.

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Things to Do in Bangkok

A scenic view of Chao Phraya in BangkokWith Bangkok's exciting nightlife and multitude of historical attractions, visitors are never at a loss for fun things to do in Thailand's capital. Be sure to hit the top religious sites in the metropolis, such as Wat Traimit, a massive gold statue of Buddha measuring 10 feet tall, and Wat Pho, the biggest temple in the city. For an architectural exploration, stop by Jim Thompson's House, the unique residence of the famed silk mogul - the site contains six traditional wooden houses and was transformed into a garden that resembles a tropical jungle.

A trip to Bangkok wouldn't be complete without a nightlife experience. The city is home to a plethora of fine dining and casual restaurants, such as Bo.lan, Krua Apsorn and Yusup. For a drink, stop by the Brick Bar, a basement pub known for hosting some of the best live musical performances in town. Keep in mind that it can get pretty rowdy at this bar, and those looking for a calmer night on the town might want to stick to Vertigo or Sirocco, which cater to a more sophisticated crowd and have beautiful rooftop patios.

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