5 Things to Love About Changi Airport

It's no mistake that Changi Airport in Singapore is the world's best airport. If you have been there you would not second guess why. But if you haven't? Well, let me share with you my favorite things about it.

1. Snoooooooooooooooooze

Snooze Lounge, Foursquare.com

Snooze Lounge, Foursquare.com

Feeling sleepy? Still a long time to wait? Head on over to the free Snooze lounge and take a nap. There's privacy, yes. And you're facing a huge window with a view of all the landing and flying airplanes.

Name:
Snooze Lounge
Address:
65 Airport Boulevard (Terminal 3), Singapore
HP:
Foursquare.com

2. Movie night. Or movie morning.

Movie Theatre Terminal 3 Changi Airport Singapore, Foursquare.com

It doesn't get any better than this. Free cinemas in terminal 2 and 3, 24/7. That's just really great.

Name:
Movie Theatre Terminal 3 Changi Airport Singapore
Address:
Singapore
HP:
Foursquare.com

3. Play your heart out

From http://www.brenontheroad.com/

From http://brenontheroad.com

And when I mean play, I meant Playstation, PC games, a huge TV only airing sports matches, or your own private TV. Oh, and free charging everywhere, a lot of desktop PCs with internet. And the list goes on and on. Why will you ever get bored here?

Name:
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)
Address:
Airport Boulevard, 918146, Singapore
TEL:
+65 6595 6868
HP:
Official Foursquare.com

4. Enjoy mother nature

Butterfly Garden, Foursquare.com

Butterfly Garden, Foursquare.com

Butterfly Garden, Foursquare.com

Yes, you read that right. Enjoy mother nature in an airport. The Changi airport has a couple of gardens for you to visit. The Sunflower garden and the butterfly garden.

Name:
Butterfly Garden
Address:
Terminal 3, Changi International Airport (SIN), Singapore
HP:
Foursquare.com

5. Slide!

The Slide @ t3, Foursquare.com

The Slide @ t3, Foursquare.com

Yes. There is a gigantic slide. And yes, it's inside the airport.

Name:
The Slide @ t3
Address:
Changi Airport Terminal 3 (65 Airport Blvd), 819663, Singapore
HP:
Foursquare.com

Conclusion

Don't worry if these attractions are not in your present terminal. You can ride the trains and change terminals in a blink of an eye. Also, as most of them are free, some need to be paid for, like at least a certain amount of airport purchase for you to be able to slide. I reckon you need at least two hours to stroll inside the three terminals and see what jewels you can find.

Author

Geninna
5 things I can't live without: coffee, books, my iPod, wifi, and my husband :D Born and raised in Manila, Philippines but I've lived in Qatar, Indonesia, and the UAE. I am currently living in Romania, and I have been on vacations to Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam :) And does a stop over in Bahrain and Germany count?