The thought of flying might have some up in arms. Typically, airports are going to be crowded, loud, and generally not fun. Yet, certain airports aim to reduce travelers unease and strive to make the trip as enjoyable as possible. These three airports are going to give you something that the average airport can’t boast about having. They are going to be able to keep you entertained more than just a couple of hours.
Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN)
The Singapore airport doesn’t stop at just offering a swimming pool, or napping rooms. They go the extra mile and actually offer a movie theatre where you can watch shows for free. Don’t want to stay in the airport? Don’t worry, they offer tours of the city for free too. If you need to get refreshed and recharged for the next trip, go take a shower, or get a fish spa pedicure. This airport is wanting to be your one-stop shop to offer anything that the average flyer needs.
Incheon International Airport (IIA)
Located within Seoul this airport is a top contender for fun activities to do. Want to play golf? Take a shuttle to their golf course that has 72 holes where you can let loose and play a few rounds. Otherwise, if that isn’t your cup of tea, and you are looking to relax after a long trip, they do offer spa services at the airport. If you enjoy ice-skating or want to try your hand at it, they have an ice-skating rink that you can try out. You can also enjoy their casino, or gardens before your next flight.
Munich International Airport (MUC)
When your airport is a tourist stop, you can bet that they are going to have excellent entertainment. The Munich airport offers nap cabins to use for flyers that have longer than average flights while providing tea and coffee for free at stalls scattered throughout the airport. This airport also offers seasonal activities. During the summer expect to hit the waves for some surfing, while you can ice-skate during winter.
Next time you travel internationally and need to do a layover, this should help you decide where you want it to be.
Part 2: Where Should You Have Your Next Domestic Layover?