Suvarnabhumi, Samut Prakan
Samut Prakan is one of the central provinces of Thailand, and is part of the Bangkok Metropolitan Region. In Bang Phli District is located the Bangkok's new airport. Suvarnabhumi International Airport, IATA code BKK, is the main airport in Thailand and one of the most important in Southeast Asia. The airport is located 30 km east off Bangkok's downtown, further away compared to the oldest Don Mueang, but its location provides an easier access both to the capital of Thailand and many tourist destinations around the country. Suvarnabhumi Airport is situated close to three Express Ways, that allow, thanks to an excellent road network, a rapid connection to the provinces in the east, north, north-east and south of Thailand, avoiding the traffic of Bangkok. The connection to the capital is fast if you opt taxi or public transport service; the latest is cheaper and easy to use thanks to the ARL City Line,namely the new metro surface line. Since the opening of Suvarnabhumi and the business opportunities, the surrounding area has been developed quickly with many new activities and infrastructure. Many new comfortable hotels have been opened near the Suvarnabhumi Airport, mostly dedicated to short-term guests who are looking for a relaxed and welcoming space in which to rest and recharge. The area surrounding the airport also offers excellent golf courses, like the Lakewood Country Club, Thana City Golf Country Club and Summit Windmill Golf Club, very convenient for golfers wishing a round of golf upon arrival or before departure. More
Bangkok Airports Flights to Bangkok land at Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang International Airports
Suvarnabhumi International Airport, IATA code BKK, is the main airport in Bangkok, and one of the most important in Southeast Asia.
Don Mueang Internationl Airport, IATA code DMK, is one of the oldest international airports in the world and the oldest operating in Asia.