Don Mueang International Airport is Asia’s longest-standing and one of the world’s oldest airports. One of the two international airports in Bangkok, Thailand, Don Mueang also serves domestic flights. The airport consists of two terminals, and passengers may travel between the terminal buildings via a complimentary shuttle bus service provided by the airport.
Travellers in transit looking for a place to rest and sleep may visit the Amari Don Mueang Airport Bangkok Hotel. The hotel is situated opposite the airport, so travellers may get there on foot via an air-conditioned walkway. Hotel facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, comfortable and luxurious guest rooms, a fitness centre, business centre, laundry services and a restaurant.
Check emails, surf the internet, chat with friends and family online, or continue working on the go by connecting to the free wireless internet service provided at the airport. Passengers may connect to the Wi-Fi via their mobile phones, laptops or other electronic devices. The Wi-Fi is free to use for a maximum of two hours each day.
Travellers may get their hair done at the salon, where a wide range of services are available, such as haircuts, colouring, rebonding and so on. At the salon, massage services are also available, so travellers may ease the stresses and aches from long flights.
There are two banks that travellers can stop at to perform any financial transactions, and currency exchange counters are available for them to exchange foreign currency to local Thai Baht. If visitors are short on cash, they may head to the ATMs, if their bank cards are suitable for overseas use.
The medical centre and clinic is situated at Terminal 1. It is open daily, ready to deal with any injuries or emergencies at the airport. There are a wide range of retail shops for travellers who have time to do a bit of last-minute shopping. Local renowned brands such as Naraya provide a variety of products that may be bought as gifts and souvenirs for friends and family back home. There are a few duty-free shops that stock goods such as liquor and wine, tobacco, perfume and cosmetics, confectionery and so on. Prices are much lower as compared to shopping malls in the city.
There are numerous restaurants and eateries that serve a variety of food, such as local Thai cuisine, Western food, and fast-food. Additionally, there are coffee shops providing travellers with their caffeine fix, and bakeries for travellers to purchase some savoury pastries.
IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 8 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Don Mueang International Airport website for the latest update of the following information.