Saturday, February 9, 2008

Bangkok New Airport ,Thailand's Suvarnabhumi

By Fred Tittle

Suvarnabhumi Bangkok New Airport

For most people coming through the new Bangkok airport for the first time, will see nothing that would be notable from any other new international airport that has been built in the last few years. Most new airports tend to be big box or tent like affairs, with little or no aesthetic appeal, and this one falls neatly into the pile of boring designs. Most of those who have been through the old Bangkok airport would prefer it to the new as it had a character all of its own. Wanting to keep the old airport is understandable as you know where everything is, like where you need to go to catch your favorite airline, as well as where and what the procedure is for getting your luggage, and the fastest way to get through customs and catch a taxi home, or to your favorite Bangkok Hotel, if you are a returning businessman or Thailand tourist.

If people have a problem with the new Bangkok airport it would be with the way that they have the taxi stand set up. In the past, you went out through the doors on the end of the customs area, past the money changers, then the limos, and out the doors and into the cue for a taxi. You would tell the expediters where you want to go to, and away you went, it was a very smooth and efficient process. The taxi stand at the new airport is downstairs and it is not marked, so the first time that you come through, you have to figure out that the price to get to town has not risen overnight to 800 baht, but that you are at the charter taxi stands, which are mainly there to fleece unsuspecting tourist I suspect. So, if you are reading this and you are going to be coming into Bangkok for the first time to the new airport, make note that you need to go down one level to catch the meter taxis from the baggage claims. When in Thailand always insist on the meter.

The good news is like a few of the best international cities in the world like Singapore, Chicago and San Francisco You will be able to get a mass transit train directly to the airport, this is suppose to happen soon and you can see the progress on your way into Bangkok as they extend the BTS line out. When this project is finished you will have access to the whole city, and you can get there quick regardless of the hour. On the last two trips from the airport to town, the fare all together was around 350 baht with the tolls and the airport taxi tax, a increase of 100 baht approximately, the time to a hotel on Suhkumvitt was just about the same, even though the distance increased.. If you are coming from or to Pattaya your travel time should decrease especially during the busy travel periods.

Fred Tittle has lived in holiday vacation resorts his entire life, from the famous Lake Geneva Playboy Club , Aspen Colorado where he was a rock jock for KSPN FM, Hawaii Scuba Diving in Waikiki on Oahu and now as a owner of EcoSea Dive in Sihanoukville Cambodia where he teaches PADI and SSI Scuba Diving and runs adventure tours,

Fred's 2 new projects where he reviews cheap hotels & budget guesthouses but really is an excuse to go on vacation more with his lawyers and where he gives up the free advise he gets on vacation.

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Introduction To Thailand

By Pauline Go

Few countries are so well endowed as Thailand with its breathtaking natural beauty, inspiring temples, renowned hospitality, robust cuisine and ruins of kingdoms. Thai is the official language. It is a complicated language with its own alphabet, and being tonal, the way a word is pronounced can give it different meanings. The population is about 65 million, 95 percent Buddhist and 4 percent Muslim, and they are 75 percent Thai, 11 percent Chinese, 3.5 percent Malay and Mon, Khmer, Phuan and Karen minorities constitute the rest. It is a constitutional monarchy, with the King as the Head of State, and the Prime Minister as the Head of Government.

Thailand is a land of natural wonders and cultural marvels. Highland trekking, national parks, island to explore, ancient cities, temple architecture, and traditional crafts - it would take years to see it all! The local climate is tropical and characterised by monsoons. There is a rainy, warm, and cloudy southwest monsoon from mid-May to September, as well as a dry, cool northeast monsoon from November to mid-March. The best time to visit Thailand is November to March -- a dry, cool period, and the beaches are at their best. From the stupas dotting the mountains of Mae Hong Son and the verdant limestone islands of the Andaman Sea, the dance clubs of Bangkok and the sleepy villages along the Mekong River, Thailand offers something for everyone.

The main gateway for tourists is through Bankok’s new international airport named Suvarnabhumi Airport (Golden Land), a modern airport with services and facilities to make air travel as comfortable as possible.

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Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok - Resurrecting the Golden Land

By Eric Lim

Suvarnabhumi Airport, the new Bangkok International Airport, aviation hub and gateway to Thailand was raised from the boggy Nong Ngu Hao or Cobra Swamp in an effort that took 43 years.

Location of Suvarnabhumi Airport

Located to the south-east of Bangkok in Bang Phli district, Samut Prakarn province, Suvarnabhumi Airport is barely 500 m beyond the Bangkok city limits and about 35 km from the city center.

The Bangkok – Chonburi Motorway runs two km to the north of the airport before crossing into Samut Prakarn and then on to Chonburi and the seaside resort of Pataya.

The other main road to the north of the airport is Soi Sukhumvit 77 which leads on the the main Sukhmvit Road at On Nut. Nine km to the south, the Bang Na – Trad Highway links Bangkok to the coastal provinces in the Gulf of Thailand.

Historical background to Suvarnabhumi

The name Suvarnabhumi has a long and interesting history, reminiscent of a golden era of peace and prosperity that's part of the cultural and historical legacy of Thailand.

Long before the first Europeans arrived in South-East Asia in the 16th century, the region had close commercial and cultural links with India, a civilization that existed more than 15 centuries ago. This cultural legacy is still evident in Thailand and many South-East Asian countries.

Indian scholars referred to the region east of India and south of China, i.e. Burma, Indo-China and Thailand or mainland South-East Asia, as Suvarnabhumi or the Land of Gold, a word in ancient Sanskrit, (Suvarn is gold in Thai). The islands of the Malay Archipelago to the south were called Suvarnadvipa or the Islands of Gold.

This was probably because of the rich natural resources in the region which the Europeans were soon to discover. It was no coincidence that the Chinese sea-faring traders had a similar name for the region.

The name Suvarnabhumi (pronounced su-wan-na-poom) or the Golden Land was bestowed on the airport by His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej.

The 43 long years

The development of Suvarnabhumi Airport from its inception in 1973 to its completion in 2006 was perpetually dogged by a series of political and financial problems.

Land for the airport was first purchased in 1973 in an area known by the unsavory name of Nong Ngu Hao or Cobra Swamp. But the 14 October 1973 uprising that overthrew the military dictator Field Marshall Thanom Kittikachorn and the subsequent political turmoil grounded the project for the next 20 years.

Suvarnabhumi Airport was revived in 1996 with the formation of the company New Bangkok International Airport (NBIA), to be stalled by the Asian financial crisis a year later.

It was only in January 2002, that construction actually started. This time the project was plagued by cost overruns, defects and delays in construction. By early 2005, it was apparent that the September opening date later that year just couldn't be met. In that same year, NBIA was dissolved and its functions transferred to the Airports of Thailand Plc.

A frustrated Prime Minister Taksin Shinawatra actually camped at the airport construction site in an attempt to drive the project on. Allegations of a massive corruption scandal over the airport bomb scanner equipment added to his woes.

Suvarnabhumi – the Golden Land resurrected

In spite of all these problems, Suvarnabhumi Airport by September 2006 is finally completed. The result is an airport complex covering 32 sq km or 8,000 acres! The passenger terminal, with seven stories, a basement and 360 check-in counters, has a built-in area of more than half a million sq m, just under the combined floor areas of Terminals 1 & 2 at Singapore's Changi International Airport.

With two runways, Suvarnabhumi Airport has a current capacity of 30 m passengers per year, soon to be upgraded to 45 m. The ultimate objective is to add another two runways to boost the capacity to 100m passengers per year.

It also boasts the highest control tower in Asia at 132 m, edging out the 130 m tower in Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Suvarnabhumi Airport has finally arrived after 43 long and arduous years. This impressive structure is now the new gateway to Thailand, the new Bangkok International Airport and an international aviation hub that's poised to be the pride of Thailand and the aviation world. Suvanabhumi, the Golden Land has been resurrected, symbolizing the peace and prosperity of an era gone by.

For details on the location of the airport and travel arrangements to the city, please see map to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Suvarnabhumi Airport is the latest article in Tour Bangkok Legacies, a historical travel site on people, places and events that left their mark in the landscape of Bangkok.

The author Eric Lim, a free-lance writer, lives in Bangkok Thailand.

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Sunday, February 3, 2008

SUVARNABHUMI AIRPORT The New Bangkok International Airport

by Chayada Nutter

Suvarnabhumi Airport, a new international airport located 24 kilometres east of Bangkok, was due to be open on September 28, 2006. It replaces the old overloaded airport at Don Muang and accommodates all international and domestic flights to Bangkok.
About Suvarnabhumi Airport

Airport Layout


Facilities for both domestic and international passengers are situated in the same building. The concourse buildings are connected to the passenger terminal. There are 7 concourse buildings: A, B, C, D, E, F and G. The combined area of the concourse buildings and the passenger terminal covers over 563,000 square metres.

Passenger Terminal Complex floor plan

The Suvarnabhumi Passenger Terminal Complex comprises 7 floors above ground level and 2 floors below ground level.

1st floor: Bus Lobby Passengers travelling with a tour agency proceed to the 1st floor for buses and coaches. The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) office, a medical centre, AOT offices for electricity monitoring and airport control offices are also located on the 1st floor.

2nd floor: Arrivals Hall for both domestic and international passengers

3rd floor consists of airlines passenger waiting lounges, security checkpoints, meeting points, shops, service counters and CIP lounges

4th floor: Departures Hallfeatures facilities for both international and domestic passengers, lounges for premium passengers Thai Airways International PLC, customs control checkpoints, some governmental offices, airline booths, airport information counters and escalators in the centre take passengers right up to restaurants on 6th floor.

5th floor: Offices for Thai Airways International and Star Alliance airlines

6th floor: Restaurantscan be accessed via the escalators from 4th floor

7th floor: Observation area

The lower ground floors are referred to as Floor 0 which serves as the train station (when the airport-city rail link opens for operation in December 2007), and Floor -1 where the train platforms are located. The lower ground floors also house the baggage conveyor systems. Runways, Taxiways and Aprons Two parallel runways, with a total capacity of 76 flights per hour, will be in operation during the initial phase. The Eastern runway is 4,000 metres long and 60 metres wide, and the Western runway is 3,700 metres long and 60 metres wide. A 2,200-metre-wide corridor separating the two parallel runways makes it possible to accommodate the simultaneous departure and arrival of aircrafts. Upon full completion of all the phases, the airport will have four parallel runways, two on each side.

Control TowerThe 132.2-metre high control tower at Suvarnabhumi Airport is the world's tallest and provides the best visual coverage of overall airside. To facilitate smooth air traffic control, the air traffic control centre is fully equipped with state-of-the-art aircraft navigation and guiding systems and is one of the most advanced facilities in modern aviation. It has the capacity to manage approximately 76 flights per hour.

A total of 52 taxiways will be in operational service.

There are a total of 120 aircraft parking bays: 51 are contact gates and the remaining 69 are remote aprons. Eight of the parking bays (five with contact gates) accommodate large aircraft such as the Airbus A380. Aircraft parking space for 120 aircraft parking stands extends over an area of 1,053,000 square metres.


Concourse buildings A and B are for domestic passengers.Concourse buildings C, D, E, F and G are for international passengers.

Passengers walk to the concourse buildings from the terminal complex via concourse building D, which is directly connected to the terminal complex. The intersections of the concourse buildings are termed the airside centre.

There are 2 intersections on 3rd and 4th floors which will be used for shops; the exterior of the concourse buildings will be developed into airline offices and airline lounges. Concourse building A-G Please click to view details

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Thailand Airport.

by Thotsaporn

Thailand Airport. In this issue, we would like you to see the pride of all Thai people, Suvarnabhumi Airport. Also known as Nong Ngu Hao Airport, Suvarnabhumi International Airport is located near Bang Na-Trat Highway in Tambon Racha Tewa. Amphoe Bang Phli. Samut Prakan province. Located 25 km from the heart of Bangkok, the airport came into operation on 28 September 2006 as the national as well as Southeast Asia's aviation hub. Bestowed by HM the King on 29 September 2000, its name literally means Golden Land. HM the King graciously laid the foundation stone for the passenger terminal complex on 19 January 2002. Now let's see what you'll have to do if you need to travel by air. Note that Suvarnabhumi houses both domestic and international flights. The passenger terminal consists of four levels of interest. Level 1 is for car and bus lobby: Level 2. arrivals: Level 3, meeting points and shops: and Level 4. departures. You'll find 10 gates in all. Gates 1-2 (corresponding to Counters B-E) are for domestic and low-cost travelers, whereas Gates 3-10 are only for international travelers. As Thai Airways International is the national carrier, it has three main areas totaling 13.000 square meters. The largest passenger lounge in the world can be found here. with business and first-class travelers' check-in facilities at Counters A and B (in the eastern flank of the terminal).
If you're traveling domestic, use Gates 1 and 3 and check in at Counters B through E. after which you should go to Level 2 to proceed to Gates A1 through A6 of Concourse A or Gates B1 through B6 of Concourse B. You'll have to remember your boarding time and gate well and constantly follow the flight information screen constantly, as there will be no passenger paging as done at Don Mueang. which is a dated practice. If you're traveling international, use Gates 4 through 10, depending on your choice of airline, the name of which will appear at the gate entrance. Your counter will be after Counter F. Once you've checked in, proceed to one of the passport control points (of which there are 72 for departing passengers and 124 for arriving passengers). Your boarding will be from Concourse C (C1-C10), D (D1-D8), E (E1-E10), or F (F1-F6). Again, no passenger paging will be heard here.

Your luggage can weigh up to 32 kg and your carry-on bags up to 15 kg. As for getting to the airport, use your own cars, taxis, or buses. Drop-offs will be at Level 4. If you're arriving by bus, you can get to the passenger terminal on a shuttle bus from the terminal. Once at Level 4, if you're going on an international flight by Thai Airways International or a Star Alliance company, use Gates 3 through 6: others may use Gates 7 through 10. Once inside the passenger terminal, you'll see 460 check-in counters and LCD flight information display screens, which tell you exactly which counter to go to - this was not available at Don Mueang.

If you're going on an international flight, check your baggage and other possessions at the counter, and they will automatically be conveyed to the CTX 9000 scanner. Don't worry about baggage loss. Once you've checked in, proceed to one of the 72 passport control points, which will get you through within 20 seconds. From that point, you'll find yourself at the Airside portion, with tax-free shopping opportunities and clear signage about boarding gates. Remember - Gates A and B belong to domestic flights and Gates C through H, to international flights. If you want immediate boarding, go downstairs to Level 3 to have your baggage inspected and then proceed to your boarding gate. If you're returning to Thailand, once the plane stops at the concourse gates, you'll need to visit one of the 120 passport control points and then proceed to the baggage claim area, which features 22 conveyor belts. Once you've picked up your luggage, go through one of the

two customs exits, depending on whether you have articles to declare. From that point on, you can exit the building through Level 2. If you want to use public transport, get on a shuttle bus to the bus terminal. Or you can use a metered taxi, as there'll be 20 of those waiting in line at any given time, and remember that you'll pay 50 baht on top of the fare. These chauffeurs have undergone training in driving manners and English.

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cheap flights Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the famous tourist place of South East Asia.

Main Attractions of Bangkok:

Grand Palace Sanam Luang National Museum National Gallery Museum Wat Mahathat Wat Pho Wat Arun Royal Barge National Museum Wat Ratchabophit Democracy Monument Wat Ratchanatdaram The Golden Mount China Town Pasteur Institute or Snake Farm ... And many more

Airport of Bangkok is located north of the city. Bangkok International Airport is called "Don Mueang" in local language. One more Airport is under construction and expected to be opened on September 28, 2006. The name of new Airport is Suvarnabhumi Airport, and after September 28, 2006 onward all commercial airline flights will operate from there.

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Hotels In Bangkok, Thailand

by Lawrence Westfall

You have decided to visit Asia for your next vacation and have decided to go to Bangkok, Thailand. Your flight is booked but you are still looking for a hotel. But, how do you decide which hotel to stay at?
Your decision should be based on what you plan to do while you are "Krung Thep". Will you be spending most of your time sightseeing, shopping or enjoying the nightlife? You don't want to waste valuable time in a Bangkok taxi inching along Sukhumvit Road.

Siam Square area is a good place to stay if you want to have some fun shopping. There are hundreds of small shops at street level and the Siam Center and the Siam Discovery shopping centers have many up-market brand label shops. On the top floor of Siam Discovery Center there is a cinema complex with some of the most comfortable seats to be found in the world. After a hard days shopping, relax and lie down as you watch a movie!

Another great shopping mall nearby is Mahboonkrong (MBK). It will take only 10 minutes to walk there from Siam Square and you will find literally hundreds of smaller shops and stalls, selling many goods at bargain prices. Electronics and clothes are the specialties here. Both of these areas are on the Skytrain routes and are easily accessible.

If you plan on seeing other parts of the country, taking ½ and full day trips, I suggest you book your hotel near the Bangkok Airport. Make sure that you stay near the new Bangkok Airport - Suvarnabhumi and not at Don Muang. Only stay in this area if you do plan to go to Bangkok proper. Bangkok Airport hotels are conveniently located and easy to get to from Suvarnabhumi.

If soaking up the Bangkok nightlife is your reason for visiting, there are a few different areas you can stay. If Patpong Road is your destination, stay either on Silom or Suriwongse Road. The Nana Entertainment Plaza is on Sukhumvit and Soi 4 (or Soi Nana) and there are a variety of hotels - everything from the JW Marriott to the Majestic Suites or the Dynasty. In the Soi Cowboy area, you can stay anywhere near Soi Asoke, Soi 22 or anywhere along Sukhumvit Road and just catch the Skytrain.

Probably, your hardest decision will be selecting your hotel since there are so many 4 and 5 start hotels in Bangkok. For the budget traveler, there are also cheap hotels in Bangkok. Some hotels that I recommend are: Windsor Suite Hotel Bangkok, Viengtai Hotel Bangkok, Radisson Hotel Bangkok, or the Amari Airport Hotel Bangkok. Another solution is to do a search for Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit in any search engine. Or visit my Thailand Link Directory.

Do your research, and look for a discount Bangkok hotel, and enjoy your stay in the Land of Smiles.

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Living in Bangkok - It's Easy

by Suranart tanvejsilp

Bangkok is probably the easiest city to live in Southeast Asia. I should know; I have been back in Thailand for the last 17 odd years. I was in the US before that.
First and foremost, Bangkok likes visitors from out-of-town. Here, the government truly promotes tourism in a big way; here, you have The Tourism Authority of Thailand. This means big budget for tourism activities.

You can start with the new airport, Suvarnabhumi; it can take on any other airport in the world. Some touch-ups are required, but for the most part, it’s fine.

Next, you can check out some of Bangkok’s finest accommodations, starting from the Oriental Hotel, one of the best in the world. They claim that the hotel staffs will recognize you by your first name after staying there for a few days. Then you have the Four Seasons, a super luxury hotel on Rachadamri Road; it’s not far from Lumpini Park. The room decor here is very comfortable; you need to book early.

For a few weeks or a few months stay, you want to park yourself with the top serviced apartments here, like the Centre Point group, Chin House and the Emporiums. These places could make you feel like home away from home.

For a stay longer than that, you would want to check out some apartments and condos. There are tons of them to choose from in Bangkok, from less than 20,000 baht to over 100,000 baht a month.

Next, we want to hit the Loft at Central Chidlom Department Store, my favorite eatery. There you have Italian food, Thai, Singaporean, Vietnamese, Chinese and some Mexicans. It is set up like a high class cafeteria; you are given a food credit card, you pick up what you like, set yourself down at a table, and a waiter will bring you your freshly cooked order. Once you’re done, you can check out the bill registered on the credit card. I just love their Caesar salad.

Some tourist attractions that you might be interested are Bhuddhist temples. There are many Bhuddhist temples in Bangkok; over 95% of the city dwellers are Bhuddhists. These temples have old Thai style architecture; they are very colorful. The temples are also places of worship, so you must have proper attire and manner while you are there.

Rock concert. That’s right, we have rock concert here from time to time. Over 10 years ago I got a chance to see Michael Jackson performs; just before the unfortunate scandal got serious. Michael and his troupe were great. I would never get to see him if I was in the US at the time.

Then last year, I went to see Eric Clapton performance at the Impact Muangtong Tani (something like Madison Square Garden in Manhattan). It was terrific too. At other times, we have the Bolshoi troupe performs at the Cultural Center at Rachadapisek Road. I have not attended that one, but heard rave reviews about it.

Getting around town is pretty easy when you use the SkyTrain or the subway. Using taxi is a little more difficult because of the language barrier, but doable. A hotel’s car service would be a good alternative. A tuk tuk (a tricycle novelty) is something unique when you feel adventurous; you can really feel the wind blowing through you hair when it really takes off.

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10 Ways To Make The Most Your Time At Bangkok's New Airport. "Suvarnabhumi"

by Saronkorn Seuyouyong

1. Make some new friends. People from all over the world are commuting though the same point as you; why not strike up a conversation?
2. If it's your first time at the new airport, whip out your digital camera and take a video clip. This is the world biggest airport, and as we all know it's taken the longest to build, so take advantage.

3. Using the moving sidewalk like a treadmill. Why bother paying for a pricey fitness center?

4. Don't forget to call your honey before taking off.

5. If you have some time to kill, pickup a box of playing cards. Since gambling is illegal, we advise playing without money up front.

6. Network-ether on the airport bartender. A beer is B50 but the entertainments are free.

7. Plan your future. There's no time like present.

8. First with the beautiful-and helpful-Suvarnabhumi "ambassadors."

9. If you are a film buff, don't miss out on the airport's cinema.

10. Pray for good luck in the air and on the ground.- Peemsinee Khaothong.

HOW TO: have a successful day of shopping in bangkok.

1. Make a list with to categories: "Thing you need" and "Thing you want." Research the approximate price of the desired items to make sure you are getting a good deal, and also locate the stores where these items are being sold.

2. Where comfortable shoes and sensible and versatile clothing to ensure a pleasant experience. Ladies, this is not the time to wear those cute new six-inch stiletto heels

3. Bring a sensible friend who will reign you in and prevent any madcap, unnecessary or useless purchases.

4. Make a list of place to visit plot out your plan of action. Colors code the items (Things you need and don't need and coordinate the day to accommodate these things. Figure out the most efficient course and stick to it.

5. Bring a large tote with you to put all your purchases in. This way you will not accidentally leave a small bag some where.

6. Set a budget for your-self. Set a limit on your credit card or only bring a certain amount of cash to prevent unnecessary splurging.

7. Reward yourself with a nice long drink at the end. You've had a long and busy day and you deserve it.

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