King Power | FAQs : Corporate

What is Duty Free?

Duty Free shopping provides international travellers an opportunity to buy more but pay less on a wide variety of products that cater to the taste of everyone from luxurious and elegant jewellery to world-brand leather goods, perfumes, cosmetics and premium liquors. Duty Free regulations are different from one country to another. To learn about a country’s duty free regulations, please see YOUR COUNTRY’S DUTY FREE ALLOWANCE GUIDELINE which helps you make the most out of your fabulous Duty Free shopping experiences.

Where can I find King Power Duty Free shops?

You can find King Power Duty Free shops at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport and Phuket International Airport, and at King Power Complex on Rangnam Road, Bangkok, Tel. +66(0) 2677 8888 or contact our Contact Centre at Tel. 1631 daily from 08.00 – 21.00 hrs.

Why are the prices of your Duty Free products more reasonable than others?

The prices of our products are more reasonable because they are exempted from import tax and value added tax.

Are there other channels to contact King Power in addition to this website?

You can contact King Power Contact Centre daily during 08.00 – 21.00 hrs. at Tel. +66(0) 2677 8899, Fax. +66(0) 2677 8898, or King Power Member Relations Department at Tel. +66(0) 2677 8888 during 09.00 – 18.00 hrs., Monday – Friday except Thai public holidays.

How to collect your merchandise?

On Departure from Bangkok
On your departure, present the E – Confirmation with your passport and boarding pass at a King Power Pick – Up Counter located in the Departure Hall of Suvarnabhumi International Airport : 

  • Pick – Up Counter 1 (East) is next to VAT Refund, near Gate D1 – D4 
  • Pick – Up Counter 2 (West) is next to VAT Refund, near Gate D5 – D8 

For your convenience, please collect your purchase at the Pick – Up Counter nearest to your boarding gate. King Power prepares your purchased items at the Pick-Up Counter on the same side of your gate. You can contact the Pick – Up Counter at least 45 minutes before boarding to verify your purchased items

Do we guarantee, return or refund our products?


We guarantee that every item is in good condition at the time of your purchase collection. If it is not, please immediately notify King Power Contact Centre, Tel: 1631 (Daily at 08.00 – 21.00 hrs.), Fax: +66(0) 2677 8898, E-mail: [email protected] Contact Centre staff will advise you on the return/refund or repair/exchange procedures.

What are the limitations of buying Duty Free Liquids, Aerosols and Gels?

As enforced by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) effectively as of June 1, 2007, the security measures restrict the amount of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) that passengers may take on board in their hand luggages on international flights to protect against the threat of liquid explosives. Limited quantities of liquids, aerosols, gels or similar substances may be taken on board the aircraft in your hand-carry luggage.


Please refer to the following table if you are traveling to these countries :

CountriesTransferring/Transiting in these countriesTo these countries as a Final Destination



Other Countries


AirlinesTransferring/Transiting in these countriesTo these countries as a Final Destination

United Airline – all flights (UA)

Delta Airline (DL)


√ 1. No Restrictions
● 2. Duty-free LAGs purchases must be stored in not-greater-than 100ml containers and shall be removed from the boxes so that they fit comfortably in the same re-sealable plastic bag of maximum capacity NOT exceeding 1-litre of your personal hand-carry items. Remember only one such bag is allowed per passenger.
∇ 3. Only duty free delivered to the boarding gate will be allowed onboard flights to Australia

What are Liquids, Aerosols and Gels?

  • Canned / jarred food and drinks (e.g., soup, sauces, fruits, jellies, yogurt or gel-like food substances)
  • Chocolate
  • Contact lens solution
  • Mouthwash
  • Pastes including toothpaste
  • Shaving foam, and hair spray
  • Shampoo, conditioner, hair and shower gels, liquid sanitisers, and soap
  • Makeup removers and facial cleansers
  • Creams, balms, lotions and oils
  • Perfumes, colognes and deodorants
  • Liquid or gel for face, eyes, cheeks and lips (e.g., mascara, lip gloss, creamy/liquid foundation, etc.)
  • Nail polish and removers
  • Candles, and waxed items
  • Any other items of similar consistency

Which items are not required to be carried in transparent re-sealable plastic bags?

To ensure the health and welfare of certain air travellers, in the absence of suspicious activity or item, exceptions to the restrictions are applied to the following liquids, gels and aerosols that are permitted on board in reasonable quantities for the duration of your journey (all exceptions must be presented for screening at the security screening point).

  • Medications e.g., insulin, angina spray, cough syrup, medication for diabetics, children’s medicines, etc.
  • Baby food for travelling babies e.g., baby milk, baby food in liquid, gel or paste form, wet wipes, sterilised water, etc.
  • Special dietary requirements without which the passenger’s health is threatened

How to make your trip more enjoyable with hassle-free screening experience?

If you plan to travel with your Liquids, Aerosols or Gels in your hand-carry baggage, you should follow these recommendations:

Do not carry more than you really need in your hand-carry baggage.
To get through security smoothly is to de-clutter your hand-carry baggage. Limit quantities to what is needed for the duration of the flight.

Pack Liquids, Aerosols or Gels in your checked-in baggage.
When possible, keep packing liquid in checked baggage. You will get through security faster.

Declare larger liquids.
Prescription medications, baby formula and milk (when travelling with infant or toddler) are allowed in reasonable quantities exceeding 100ml-content and are not required to be in a transparent plastic bag. Declare these items for inspection at the security screening point.

Come early and be patient.
Heavy travel volumes and an enhanced security process may mean longer lines at security checkpoints.

If in any doubt, put your LAGs items in checked baggage.

What can I put in my hand-carry baggage?

Personal Hand-carry Items

  • Transparent plastic bags 
  • Re-sealable bags 
  • 100ml. containers 
  • Maximum 1-litre capacity (approx. 20 cm. x 20 cm.) 
  • Only one baggage is allowed per passenger. 
  • Enjoy shopping before take-off after passport control.

Your Duty Free Shopping

  • No restriction on sizes 
  • Transparent plastic bags 
  • Sealed security tamper-evident bags 
  • Receipt with purchase date of the day of your travel must be displayed in the bag as proof of purchase 
  • No restriction on the number of sealed security tamper-evident bags you can carry 
  • Please do not open the bag until reaching your final travel destination. 
  • Opening or tampering with the bag will result in confiscation of all items by Airport Security

What are the basic considerations for travellers arriving Thailand?

Duty Free Purchase Allowance For All Arrival Passengers To Thailand

If you are arriving Thailand, you are allowed to bring in 200 cigarettes or a combined variety of cigarettes / tobacco/cigars with a total weight of 250 grms, 1 litre of spirits / liquor, plus purchase of general merchandise with the maximum amount THB20,000.