The Best Airport In The World Is Revealed And It Has An Indoor Rainforest


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Topping the 2019 list – and, every year from 2013-2018 – is Changi Airport in Singapore, which has recently undergone a revamp costing $1.7 billion.

via Twitter; Changi Airport’s record-breaking indoor waterfall

The metamorphosis has been completed and the airport hosts its own rainbow forest, maze and indoor forest now … As if there weren’t enough factors already at the airport to make you miss your flight! All these features are now part of the airport’s ‘Jewel’ experience, which also boast over 280 restaurants and shops – which, may leave you hoping that your flight is delayed. There will even be the YOTELAir Singapore Changi Airport, a 130-room hotel where you can charge up during your travels. It’s pretty clear to comprehend why this airport presently sits at the top of the list.

The other airports on the World’s Best list consist of Tokyo Haneda which slid in second, followed by South Korea’s Seoul Incheon and fourth was Doha Hamad in Doha, Qatar. Placed fifth was Hong Kong, with Munich landing at sixth and chum ol’ London Heathrow ranking in seventh place in the list. Ranked fourteenth was Amsterdam Schiphol whilst Barcelona dropped in at number 43.

Manchester turned up with no placement but Halifax’s airport was deemed the 90th best airport on planet Earth, which is still a bit impressive. There was too awards distributed for the World’s Cleanest Airports – Topping the list was Tokyo Haneda with Centrair Nagoya in Japan slamming in second. Third is Singapore Changi and coming is forth is Seoul Incheon. Naturally, there were no United Kingdom airports in the top 10 list for World’s Cleanest.

To view the World’s Best Airport, click HERE!

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Aaron Granger

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