If we talk about air travel, no matter what destination, we have to go through, at least, two airports – landing and destination.
For those who travel longer distances, they will most likely be stoping at an airport, from where they will board on the plane that will take them to their destination. For most people, spending time at the airport, where they have to wait, is an unpleasant, frustrating experience. However, there are a few airports in the world where you have time to fill your time. Of course, these are the most luxurious airports in the world.
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)
The 16th most crowded airport in the world, is considered to be the leader in luxury, efficient functionality, stunning architecture, numerous options for serving and spending time. It features spas, cinemas, an entire multimedia entertainment package. Moreover, those who are in Singapore for a stopover of six hours or more, are being approached for a city tour.
Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND)
It is the 5h crowed airport in the world, managing 75.3 million passengers annually. It is located just a few kilometers from Tokyo and passengers are impressed by the cleanliness of this airport, the efficiency and the range of luxury products that can be bought at the points of sale present in the airport. Both terminals have six storeys and six-storey restaurants.
Incheon International (ICN)
The airport is located in Changning district of China, close to Hongqiao city, being the 7th most crowded airport in the world. It is decorated in a luxurious way in the interior and offers a wide range of passenger facilities. Terminal 2 is the place where you can find many of the best features of this airport, including a number of restaurants, a relaxing spa, bars and also a variety of shopping areas.
Munich Airport (MUC)
42.3 million passengers pass through this airport annually, being the crowed airport from Germany. In addition to luxurious design and interiors, there is an entertainment park that offers a golf course and visualization of historical aircraft. There is also a wide variety of beer traditional German beer.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
With 68.3 million passengers a year, Honk Kong International Airport has become one of Asia’s busiest airports. The airport was built in 1998 on an artificial island off the coast of Hong Kong and became one of the most popular airports in the world. This airport has a lush design and provides a golf course for its passengers.