Changi Airport, Singapore
Changi airport has a lot to offer in terms of experience and facilities. The aviation enthusiasts can have a magnificent viewing experience by spotting a plane at the Viewing Mall in T1, T2 and T3.
The Terminal 1 allows the visitors to take a stroll along various gardens such as Cactus garden, Piazza garden and Water Lily garden. From taking a nap at the free-to-use rest areas or trying your hand at wood block painting to admiring the dance of 1,216 polished copper raindrops of 'kinetic rain' and stopping by 24-hour paid lounges for shower facilities, nail care, foot reflexology, massage therapy and a gym, the Changi airport is sure to leave you mesmerised. The Entertainment Deck at Terminal 2 offers everything from Xbox 360 to kinetic stations for gaming enthusiasts. You can also watch the latest movies for free at the 24-hour movie theatre.
Many major airlines use Singapore Changi Airport. Here are some airline companies; Air Canada, Air Serbia, British Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air China, Air India, Asiana Airlines, Biman, Brussels Airlines, Egypt Air, Flynas, Finnair, Iberia, KLM, LOT, S7, SAS, Vueling, Jeju, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, VietJet, Spring Airlines.
The eco-friendly Green Terminal or Terminal 3 boasts of the first butterfly garden in an airport which is home to over 1,000 butterflies. With a view to mesmerise the visitors with artistic grandeur, the terminal has many artistic sculptures. The automated new terminal or Terminal 4 that lets you explore funky colourful chairs and a 70-meter-long LED screen that displays theatrical production. The passengers can avail the facial recognition facility and bypass all the manual identity checks. The use of high ceiling skylights, a general lowering of all the furniture and the glass walls throughout add to the aesthetic beauty of the place. The major attraction of the terminal is an installation of six kinetic sculptures spanning 200 mts at the centre of the terminal.