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Public Question Asked by KR63 about Bangkok
Parking fees in Suwannapoom Airport?
Hi all, could you please tell me how much it will cost me to park my car in Suwannapoomi airport for 7 days? How much are their parking fees? Please give me a link or tell me a website where I can check this out. Thank you.
The Best Answer
Answered by Graham Bear MacMillan , Phuket, Thailand
Try this link and it is from Friday 1st Feb 2008 http://www.airportsuvarnabhumi.com/parking-fees-at-suvarnabhumi-airport-starting-16-december-2006/
Better and safer to get a taxi and leave your car at home. Much cheaper too.
Answered by nannie , Bangkok, Thailand
Well, I could not remember how much for an hour,I m not sure around 50 Bath, I think. but if you leave your car for 7 days, that too much ..maybe you can park your car at my place then i will take care of your car ^^
Answered by Hugo Zimmermann , Sattahip, Thailand
At Suvarnabhumi Airport you have various options for parking:
If you chose the "Arrival/Departure" Parking it's heavy.
Around the airport you have substantial "long term parkings"; find out with the link of previous Localites!
Answered by Varunee Ngowsakul , Chai Badan, Thailand
The cost will be 250 Baht/day for A&B parking terminal (having 5 floor), and 140 Baht for long term parking. Check out here, but it's in Thai, no English version :-( http://www2.airportthai.co.th/airportnew/sun/carpark.asp?lang=th
I don't know where's yr place...better compare with the taxi cost and the most convenient for you.
Answered by Andy Burger , Bangkok, Thailand
see this http://www.suvarnabhumiairport.com/NBIA.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=NBIA_page_Parkinglink
long term parking is 140Bht / day , I always leave my car there, it is cheaper for me than taxi since I am out in Bangkhae and taxi to airport is around 600 bht one way
Answered by Robert Derek Davies , Muang Surin, Thailand
Dont park at or near the airport. Friends left pickup for 3 days, had pucture spare wheel missing,only airport this could have gone missing. You tell them the length of time and this is a licence to steal.
Answered by Andre Breuer , Bangkok Metropolis, Thailand
I would take a taxi even if I was living in Bangkae,
get out and in, in front of the airport. Sometimes use the limo service at the airport if I don't want to negotiate with cab-drivers. THB 1200 one way, but relaxed.