What is there to do at Bangkok airport?

Here are 7 things to do on a layover at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.

  • Eat.
  • Relax in an airport lounge.
  • Shop.
  • Head into Bangkok for sightseeing.
  • Unwind in the spa.
  • Surf the Internet.
  • Get Some Sleep.

Can I leave the airport during a layover in Bangkok?

In line with Thailand Government regulations, if you’re transiting between international flights in Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport, your itinerary must be booked on the same ticket and you must not leave the transiting area and enter Thailand.

Does Bangkok airport have sleeping pods?

Located in Suvarnabhumi Airport, Avagard Capsule hotel offers direct access to check-in counters and other airport facilities. All sleeping pods include free WiFi. The capsules feature a queen-size bed, quality bedding and a sleep ambient control system.

Is there any hotel inside Suvarnabhumi Airport?

The only Bangkok transit hotel inside Suvarnabhumi Airport for sleeping is the Miracle Transit Hotel, located on the 4th floor of the International departures terminal. This option is the only Bangkok Airport Hotel inside terminal and it is for International passengers only.

How early should you get to Bangkok airport?

If you’re departing from Bangkok Airport, you’ll need to arrive at the airport check-in at least three hours before your international flight. Check-in closes one hour before departure.

Do I need visa for layover in Thailand?

Transit passengers who will spend more than 12 hours at the airport in Thailand must apply for the Transit Visa. Transit Visa is valid for 90 days from the date of issue (30 days maximum per stay).

Is Thai visa on arrival free?

A fee of 2,000 THB (INR 4,460) is payable upon entry and is subject to change without notice. It must be paid in cash and the Thai currency only.

Is there free WIFI in Thailand airport?

Airport News: Suvarnabhumi Bangkok’s international airport now offers free wireless Internet access for passengers.

Can you pay to use airport lounges?

Most airport lounges now offer pay-per-use entry to anyone, even if you aren’t flying with that airline. Pay-per-use access generally costs between $25-$75 USD per visit.

Can I use my phone in Thailand?

The first step is to have your phone unlocked from the service provider before boarding, where in some cases you may be charged a small fee for the service. Once it is unlocked, your device will be enabled for a Thai SIM card, which is available in different sizes depending on the phone.

Are there showers at Bangkok airport?

So, does Bangkok airport have showers? Yes, there are plenty! Suvarnabhumi Airport offers luxurious sleeping lounges equipped with elegant shower rooms to enjoy refreshing bath after a long haul flight. You can access them by a prepaid lounge pass, lounge membership programs, or by paying the fees while entering.