If you are planning on visiting Thailand for liposuction or cosmetic surgery, chances are your trip will start at Bkk Airport. Bangkok International airport “BKK” is one of the busiest airports in the world is Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (pronounced sù.wān.nā.pʰūːm) was designed by the same German Architect that designed the $800 million Sony Center in Berlin, Helmut Jahn. It is currently the fourth largest single building airport terminal in the world. This fairly new airport opened in September of 2006 and has been operating smoothly ever since.
The design of the whole airport is modern and minimalistic. It is made mostly of glass and steel and makes use of a lot of natural light during the day. At night, purple and blue lights are used on the runway which makes it a pretty sight that you can appreciate as you come for landing.
Bangkok International Airport History
Suvarnabhumi International Airport is used for both International and domestic flights. The famous Thai hospitality can be experienced as soon as you land. The world class service visitors receive in BKK is second to non and can be compared to any of the best international airports over the world. Everything is done in an orderly manner, the checking in and immigration process is one of the quickest and most efficient in the world since there are hundreds of dedicated airport personnel available to help in queuing.
Suvarnabhumi International Airport Shopping
The duty-free shopping area inside is also very large; in fact, there are more than 100 local and international shops where you can buy Thai products like beautiful silks and handicrafts. Their Duty Free provides people from chocolates, to perfumes to alcoholic beverages. Thereís absolutely everything for anyone. There are also different restaurants and fast food chains if you ever get hungry while waiting for a flight.
Major airlines around the world offer both international and domestic flights here. The majority of domestic flights use Bangkok’s alternative airport Don Muang airport. The most notable ones are Thai Airways International, United Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Cathay Pacific, Air France, EVA Air and Emirates. A lot of layovers are done here and the long wait for a connecting flight is not so bad because there are plenty to do inside like shop, eat, get a massage, eat or visit the art displays,Food venues and even prayer rooms.
Bangkok Airport Transfer – Airport Link Train
If you are in for a really long wait, then you can step out of the airport and explore the city. It won’t be hard to do so because you can use the Airport link Train service which can take you to central Bangkok where you can do a lot like visit museums and temples. Bangkok is also great for shopping; there are a lot of malls where you can find cheap clothes, bags, shoes and souvenirs. Almost everything is accessible by train or taxi. You can have your money changed to Baht at the airport.
Make sure to check if you are required to have a Thai visa to leave the airport. Most countries are allowed (Visa on Arrival) entry without any costs (30 day entry) depending on the passport you have so do some research before your trip.
To learn more about visiting Thailand for medical care or get helpful tips for getting in and out of Bangkok Airport via train or private care please contact us today.
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