Suvarnabhumi International Airport , Bangkok , Thailand - Part-2.

Last week i was boarding a flight from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and i showed you around the huge check-in sections which looked like space galaxy hangers where you could image Alien space ships landing well today i want to walk you through the galaxy tunnels leading to the boarding areas honestly walking through this section of this huge Suvarnabhumi International Airport is like walking through the Star-Wars Spaceship not knowing were it is going to lead you.


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I love the concept of these leading lines to nowhere it makes this airport look like a landing dock of future planes like that Jetsons cartoon show.This airport been Suvarnabhumi International Airport was opened in 2006 and would normally have a traffic flow of about 58 million passengers coming through every year that's over a million passengers per/month that's a huge amount of people but today was not the case with the on going pandemic and restrictions of international border closures there were only a handful of passengers to be seen.


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The terminal building was designed by German born Mr Helmut Jahn of Murphy / Jahn Architects and took 11 years to complete this airport and it was named Suvarnabhumi Airport by HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej which means “The Golden Land”.


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This is the walkway tunnel leading to the entrance door of the plane that is some unique design of leading lines it looks like a scene from the Star-Wars movies.


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This is the air-conditioning units they have around the airport a real head spinner to look at...lol 🤓


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