Singapore Changi International Airport, commonly known as Changi Airport is a significant civilian airport in addition its one of the largest transportation centres in Asia. It’s rated the world’s best airport by Skytrax, the airport has won the eighth in a row since 2013.
Wherever you’re flying, whether short or long haul, passing through airports can break your trip or struggling to get away upon landing especially in crowded area can turn a pleasant experience into a complete nightmare.
Lets talk about the exterior and interior design, First Changi Airport is divided into four terminals withe the fifth, but it is under construction As Singapore doesn’t have any domestic flights, all four terminals are for international travel.
Much like Singapore, which is globally renowned as a ‘City in A Garden’ Changi Airport is home to green spaces and gardens for travellers looking to unwind and stretch their legs after a long flight.
To see the most spectacular of these spaces, take a walk over to Jewel Changi, and marvel at the HSBC Rain Vortex, a 40-metre-high indoor waterfall flanked on all sides by tropical plants and over 2,000 trees.
There is no any boring moment in Changi Airport, perhaps in each terminal has its own charming apparel of family or friends entertainment activities, including indoor playground at terminal 1 and 3, the tallest island slide in terminal 3 and family zone at terminal 2.
Families traveling with their kids can hang out at the entertainment corner in terminal 4 where they can play Xbox Kinect games, playstation and arcade machines or they can catch up a movie at the cinema in terminal 2 and 3, Also the airport include a Hotel.
Airport maps and signs to some essential facilities are clearly indicated at various points in the terminals, although you can also just grab a free guide book to make your way through the airport. You can also scan your boarding pass at the scanner kiosk to look for which gate your flight is departing from.