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To start your Bangkok experience, you can arrange Bangkok airport transfers for a safe trip from the airport to your hotel. They are available in both of the two airports: Don Mueang Airport and Suvarnabhumi Airport. Don Muang Airport was the main airport of Bangkok until 2006 but now only handles domestic flights, mostly from Orient Thai and Nok Air airlines. Suvarnabhumi Airport is now the major airport handling international flights for the tourists of Thailand.
Bangkok Airport Guide
Suvarnabhumi Airport, together with Don Mueang International Airport, is the most popular airports serving Bangkok, Thailand. This Bangkok airport is located in the Samut Prakan Province, which is around 16 miles east of the city proper of Bangkok. This airport, going by the international airport code of BKK, is among the top 10 business Asian airports for the year 2011. Landing on the 6th spot, it is considered as the main hub of most Thai airlines.
Bangkok airport has a similar procedure for both arrival and departure passengers. For departing passengers from Bangkok, the luggage and check-in process should first be done. Suvarnabhumi has many check-in counters, yet it also has numerous signages for passengers, so there is nothing to worry about when it comes to having problems with checking-in. After checking-in, passengers should pass through security check and through immigration. After these procedures, the last step would be to wait for boarding at the 4th floor of concourses A and B. With regards to arriving passengers, all should follow the “arrivals” path until they reach the immigration counters. After this, check-in baggage is ready to be retrieved. Passengers are then free to proceed to the Arrival Hall at the second floor.
Restaurants are located on the arrival hall before exiting the airport and on the area after passing through immigration. Different cafes and food places may be found here. Passengers may choose from coffee shops, fast food outlets, ice cream parlours, wine bars, and snack and deli corners.
The Bangkok airport also has the King Power Duty Free Shops. The shopping areas are divided into 4 zones – the World’s Boutique, the Walkthrough Shopping Street, the Specialty Retail Shops, and the Royal Project and Social Development Shops.
Public transport at Suvarnabhumi airport includes taxis, buses, rent-a-cars, and public vans. Suvarnabhumi also has the airport link, which is the train that connects the airport to downtown Bangkok. There are actually two types of trains, the SA City Line and the SA Express Line. The SA City Line has a distance of 28 kilometers and can reach the airport at around 30 minutes. On the other hand, the SA Express Line can is shorter at 25 kilometers, but can reach the airport at around 25 minutes.
The facilities of Suvarnabhumi Airport include money changers, ATMs, Wi-Fi access, public telephones, food chains, boutique shops, duty-free stores, and even spa facilities. Restaurants and bas are located near the Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel. Trolleys are available to assist the passengers for their luggage. Other facilities include a medical clinic and also prayer rooms for Muslims.
What to Do in Bangkok?
Bangkok has long been considered an exotic place for an international trip. Although the famous activities in Bangkok are focused only to bicycle tours, Muay Thai and indoor wall climbing, there are a lot of sites to visit and explore.
A Bangkok trip cannot seem to be complete without visiting the Rattanakosin Island or the Old City. It’s the site of the most important temples out of the hundred Buddhist temples in Bangkok. The 3 most significant temples are located in the Old City: the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun) and the Grand Palace.
The temples of Bangkok are different from each other. Some of them have remarkable architectural designs that feature colored pieces of glass and gold accents. Some Buddha statues are even covered with gold such as the Reclining Buddha of Wat Pho.
The National Museum of Bangkok also has much to offer to the tourists. It houses a comprehensive collection of artifacts dating back from the Neolithic period. The Royal Barge National Museum houses the preserved royal barges that are now not often used by the royal family because of their old age.
Other places to visit in Bangkok include the teak houses such as the Ban Kham Thieng and the Vimanmek Palace. Attending the festivals of Thailand such as the Songkran festival in mid-April and the Loi Krathong in November are fun. Shopping is also one of the activities tourists anticipate when in Bangkok. It’s recommended that you arrange airport transfers for when you complete your Bangkok adventure, for a safe trip and convenient back to the airport!