Singapore’s Changi Airport, in all its magnificence, has been voted by air travellers as Skytrax World’s Best Airport at the 2018 World Airport Awards for the sixth consecutive year. This acclamation does not come as a surprise with Changi’s wide range of innovative amenities and leisure facilities transcending its identity as an airport. Here are just some of the reasons why it is the world’s best airport.
In sunny Singapore, don’t worry if it gets a little too warm during your transit. Changi Airport has got your back with its rooftop pool located at the Aerotel transit hotel. For non-residents, you’ll only have to pay a small fee of $17 to get access to the pool. Doesn’t a pool sound perfect especially when you have a long layover? Towels and a complimentary drink are even provided so you can chill and relax in a poolside bar or jacuzzi.
Travelers who have more than a six-hour layover are eligible for two free fully guided tours in Singapore, courtesy of Changi Airport. This tour is the ultimate package if you would like to know more about Singapore’s culture and heritage. You can opt for either a Heritage Tour to discover Singapore’s colonial past and cultural districts such as Little India, Kampong Glam and Chinatown, or a City Sights tour to see the city skyline and Gardens by the Bay. Now you need not worry about how to kill time during your layovers
Changi takes Customer Experience to a whole new level with its automated immigration and check-in counters. There are plenty of automated kiosks for checking in, printing boarding passes and baggage drop. Even if you are not too tech-savvy, there is always a customer service representative available to guide you through the process. At every step of the way, Changi makes the experience intuitive and efficient for the traveller.
That’s because it’s literally in Changi Airport. While most countries would require you to travel to start exploring nature, tourists can actually enjoy a butterfly garden at the airport that is complete with a waterfall and koi pond. We all know how tiresome traveling can be, and this beautiful and refreshing change of scenery might just be what you need in an airport. Changi employs a team of 11 horticulturalists to maintain its beautiful indoor garden. Though it is tough to maintain an indoor garden, the team has managed to keep it creative using natural indoor elements.
To top it all off, Changi has some of the best entertainment facilities you are likely to find at an airport. At various locations in the airport, Changi provides an entertainment deck with computer consoles for public use. There are also entertainment lounges that screen TV shows suitable for all ages, as well as playgrounds and children’s toys to keep the young ones entertained. Banking on connectivity, WiFi is also available anywhere in the airport for supreme accessibility.
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