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Bangkok International Airport Terminal Information


Bangkok International Airport has a complex of three terminals: International Terminals 1 and 2 and the Domestic Terminal. The International Terminals are built side by side. The Domestic Terminal is 500 metres from Terminal 2 and is connected by an air-conditioned walkway and a free-to-user bus shuttle. The terminals are constantly busy, as Thailand is a major destination for backpackers, business travellers and holidaymakers. Short-stay tourist visas may be obtained at airport immigration, which means entry queues are often longer than at other airports.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 has 124 check-in counters. It handles flights for more than 30 airlines including Aeroflot, Air-India, EgyptAir, El Al, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, SAS and Thai Airways.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 has 96 check-in counters. It handles flights for more than 30 airlines including British Airways, China Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa, Qantas and Singapore Airlines.

Domestic Terminal

The Domestic Terminal has 43 check-in counters. It handles domestic flights for Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways and others.


News, books and speciality shopping are available in the airport.

A range of shops is located in the 3rd floor departures hall. Souvenirs, books and electrical appliances are available from King Power Tax Free. Bangkokgreen is a florist and International Products sells fruit and fruit products. Shanghai Goldsmith is a clothing store. Perfume, cigarettes and alcohol are available from the two duty-free shops, Airport Duty Free and King Power Duty Free.

The Terminal 2 parking building offers convenient shopping opportunities for everyday necessities; it houses a drugstore, a convenience store and a supermarket.

Restaurants and Bars

Bangkok International Airport offers travellers a variety of dining options, ranging from US-style fast food to traditional Thai food.

The biggest concentration of food and beverage outlets is on the 4th floor of Terminal 2. There you will find a variety of American fast-food restaurants such as Pizza Hut, Burger King, KFC, Baskin Robbins and Mr Donuts. Swensen's, a coffee shop, is located nearby. Located on the same floor is the Brewhouse Restaurant, which serves English fried breakfasts 24 hours a day, a Chinese restaurant and a cafe, which offers Internet access.

Thai food is served at the Thai Restaurant on the 4th floor of Terminal 1 and at the Savoy restaurant in the Domestic Terminal. Thai food is also available at the airport's food court in the parking building of Terminal 2 and at other points in the terminal complex.

The Nopponte Japanese Restaurant offers Japanese food on the 2nd floor of Terminal 2.

Currency Exchange and ATMs

There are three banks in the airport. The Thai Military Bank is located on the ground floor of Central Block, the Bangkok Bank is located on the 2nd floor of Terminal 2 and the Krung Thai Bank is located on the 2nd floor of Terminal 1.

Banks offer ATMs and currency exchange counters in the arrivals and departures halls of Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and the Domestic Terminal. There are also currency exchange bureaux and currency vending machines in the same areas.

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