So what does an entire country smell like? According to the airport's press release, Thailand smells like lemongrass, coconut, and chili; Japan’s a combination of green tea, seaweed, and ambergris (a synthetic "waxy substance, solidified in the digestive systems of whales"); China’s an "aromatic" blend of tea, Osmanthus flower, and bamboo; and Brazil’s a heady mix of tobacco, leather, and coffee, with hints of jasmine and rainforest. Iceland smells like your own dried snot and frostbite.
OK, we made the last one up. But South Africa’s aroma, meant to evoke “the adventures of a safari”, is made up of earth, tribal incense, and Hyraceum, aka “the petrified and rocklike excrement composed of urine and feces excreted by the Cape Hyrax” (a kind of badger).