Suvarnabhumi Airport Reviews

Suvarnabhumi Airport exterior ReviewsSuvarnabhumi Airport’s unique design looks like it belongs to a science-fiction movie: with its glass-and-steel infrastructure and tubular corridors, many of its photographers helped make it 2012’s most photographed place in the world on Instagram. It doesn’t rely on good looks but serves its purpose as Thailand’s and South East Asia’s important arrival and transfer point. Suvarnabhumi Airport, or Bangkok International Airport, is Thailand’s greater and primary international airport featuring a large designer single-building terminal and the tallest control tower in the world.

Suvarnabhumi Airport reviews note that the Thai airport’s name means “Golden Land:” a land thought to be located in Southeast Asia. Suvarnabhumi Airport’s design’s well-connected to Bangkok capital with its distance of 16 miles from the town, accessible via the modern Motorway 7.

Reviews – What People Are Saying

Suvarnabhumi Airport terminal ReviewsAfter viewing several Suvarnabhumi Airport reviews, we discovered some of the comments writing, “The airport also has a buzz, a living soul and very friendly people” – unlike the cold characters of most airports. He concluded his Suvarnabhumi Airport reviews with, “Overall a great and impressive airport, one that you don’t mind spending some time at.”

Suvarnabhumi Airport was observed to have affordable “plentiful” dining and shopping options, hygienic bathrooms and amenities, and efficient check-in.


Suvarnabhumi Airport store ReviewsThai are famous for their dining; Suvarnabhumi Airport offers Thai, Japanese, and Asian cuisine in their restaurants like Asian Corner, Bangkok Cafe Bar, Spawn, and Tastes of Thailand. Retail shops, mini markets, and convenience stores, and a Duty Free store are found in the concourse buildings.

On the airport’s third floor, a spa and sauna is located for in-airport pampering. Information desks for assistance are also available where passengers naturally transit. Bathrooms are well-equipped to accommodate travelers with free drinking water near a number of them, and showers are located in some of the lounges wherein economy travelers can relax while waiting for their flights by purchasing a pass into one of the airport lounges.

Travelers can keep entertained with Suvarnabhumi Airport’s free-for-the-first-two-hours Wifi Internet service, to which they could connect using the “@AirportFreeWifi” network. Also, there are 126 internet kiosks located throughout the airport wherein the first 15 minutes are free; after that time, users can log in again to continue their usage.


Suvarnabhumi Airport aerial view ReviewsSuvarnabhumi Airport is located in Rachathewa, in the Bang Phli district of the province of Samut Prakan, lying 30 km east of Bangkok, Thailand. To arrive at the airport when driving, use the Bangkok Chon Buri Motorway (Hwy 7) to directly access the facility or via the Lat Krabang Rd. or the Bangna-Trat Rd. Another way to get to the airport is using the new 28.6 km Airport Rail Link parallel to Motorway 7 and the Si Rat Expressway. There are five access and entrance routes to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Location – Traffic – Service

Suvarnabhumi Airport terminal map ReviewsIn 2015, with a total passenger count of 52,902,110, Suvarnabhumi Airport had accommodated 317,066 aircraft movements on their two very long runways. The Thai airport serves as a hub for Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways, Orient Thai Airlines, and Thai AirAsia, and is served by national and international, regular and low-cost airlines and charters, with direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

For a comprehensive list of the destinations of Suvarnabhumi Airport, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link.

News and Awards

Airports of Thailand (AoT) signed a 2016 contract with Suvarnabhumi Airport to increase its passenger capacity to 60 million in a year from around 45 million, an expansion project set to be completed by November 2019. The construction of Suvarnabhumi Airport’s second terminal and the extension of a third runway had been rescheduled to start in 2018, to be tentatively completed by 2020.

Contact info:

  • Airport Code: BKK
  • Phone number: +66 2 132 1888
  • Website URL:
  • Email:
  • Fax: 1889
  • Address: 999 Moo 1 Bangna – Trad Rd. km15 Rachathewa, Baan Phli / Samut Prakan, 10540, Thailand


Suvarnabhumi Airport view ReviewsSuvarnabhumi Airport is worthy of its stature as one of Thailand’s best airports; their attention to detail flatters people’s need for comfort and makes them a memorable place for most visitors.

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