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Bangkok Airport is the unofficial name of the Suvarnabhumi Airport, an international airport serving the city of Bangkok. The Bangkok Airport became the central global hub in 2007 after the Don Mueang International Airport downgraded to cater to the lower cost airlines. Originally opened in 2005, the completion of the airport was delayed until 2007 because of the superstitions of the construction workers. The Bangkok Airport was built over a graveyard, and construction workers believed the spirits of those buried there were wandering through the unfinished airport. The Thai Airports Authority had to step in and hold a ceremony where Buddhist monks came to appease the ghosts by chanting prayers and incantations. Once the spirits were officially laid to rest, the completion of the airport could move forward.
Today, visitors to Bangkok Airport can relax in one of the lounges throughout and recharge their electronic devices. It's also easy to find a snack or full meal at one of the bistros or restaurants inside the airport. Pick up some travel necessities or find fun, unique souvenirs at one of the shops. No matter if your flight is delayed, you have a planned long layover, or you are arriving on holiday, there is something for you to do here. Stay inside the airport or venture out and enjoy the sights nearby.
Fun Fact: In 2012, Bangkok Airport was the most popular place in the world for Instagram photos.
While Bangkok Airport is not overly large compared to other international airports, there are still plenty of things to see and do while here. Then, Bangkok is a fantastic city to set out and explore. No matter if you are visiting Bangkok for a week or just here for a long layover, you will want to get out and explore some of the must-see sights around town.
Bounce is here to help get you started on your sightseeing adventure through Bangkok. Check out some of the activities to experience once your plane lands.
Search for travel necessities or souvenirs at one of the many shops at Bangkok Airport.
Find a restaurant or café at Bangkok Airport and enjoy a relaxing meal.
Put your feet up, charge your phone, and relax in one of the lounges throughout the terminals.
Head over to Wat Pho and visit the Reclining Buddha, a large statue covered in gold leaf. While here, have a traditional Thai massage.
Sign up for a boat trip down the Chao Phraya River and view Bangkok from the riverbanks.
You don’t need to go to Wat Pho for a massage, find a massage parlor near the airport and have an invigorating traditional Thai massage.
The Sathorn Tower is in the heart of Bangkok and was never completed. The 49-story skyscraper is a sight to see. You can even climb up 49 flights of stairs and look down on the city.
Grab lunch or dinner in Chinatown and wander through the ceremonial Chinese gates to be transported across the miles to China.
Airport Rail Link
Bus (BMTA, Bor Khor Sor)
Bangkok is a big city that is a melting pot of upright locals with a healthy mix of less-than-stellar citizens willing to lighten your load. Tourists are especially vulnerable to the antics of the pickpockets and thieves, so do not allow yourself to fall victim and lose your cash and valuables while moving through the city.
Bounce has partnered with several local businesses in the city. We provide short-term luggage solutions for people to keep their bags safe while experiencing Thai culture. Find a Bounce location nearby and drop your baggage for safekeeping before heading out to explore the city.
Grand Palace: Probably the most famous attraction in Bangkok, the ornate Grand Palace offers guided tours where you can marvel at the beauty throughout. Once the principal residence of the Thai king and government seat, tour and learn the history of the palace. Large bags can be burdensome when on a tour, so find a Bounce location nearby.
Chatuchak Market: This huge market covers over 27 acres and is one of the biggest in the world. You probably will not be able to visit the 8,000 vendors in one day, but you can find anything you could possibly want. This is not a touristy market, so lugging your bags with you will make you stand out. Leave your bags with Bounce and go shopping.
Siam Paragon: Spend a day at this high-end shopping complex. Browse through the top high-end fashions and catch a movie at the cinema. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants. Pay a visit to the largest aquarium in Southeast Asia. Wander through this fantastic mall, but don’t be caught dragging your luggage with you, let Bounce keep your bags safe.
Bangkok Puppet Show: Not your typical puppet show, these puppeteers are a part of the actual show. Sit down and listen to classic Thai folk tales told through the puppets and puppeteers, set to the music of a live orchestra.
Bangkok National Museum: Come wander through the largest collection of Thai art and artifacts such as precious stones, clothing, weapons, puppets, and Khon masks. Find a Bounce location to stow your bags as the museum does not allow large baggage.
Street Food Vendors: Street food is a way of life for most people in Thailand. Almost every busy road throughout Bangkok will have street vendors setup. Walk through the streets looking for tasty morsels but leave your bags with Bounce, so you are not weighed down. Dusit Zoo: You will be amazed at the variety of animals, including penguins, monkeys, tigers, alligators, and kangaroos. This is the largest zoo in Thailand with over 1,600 animals and has an education center, train, and museum.
Jim Thompson House: Learn about the history of Thai silk and the Thai Silk Company while touring the Jim Thompson House, the founder of the Thai Silk Company. Bulky bags are not allowed inside the museum, so leave your baggage with Bounce before purchasing tickets.
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The price for luggage storage near Bangkok Airport is just THB 100.00/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Bangkok Airport.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Bangkok Airport area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Bangkok Airport and in the broader Bangkok area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Bangkok Airport are Koh Lanta, Restaurant, and China Town.