Changi Airport, also known as the worlds best airport has taken its service up a notch by opening its latest terminal. By opening Terminal 4, they were able to add an Old Singaporean heritage area, 81 new restaurants, and shops as well as a self-service section.
This new terminal covers a parameter of 195 000 m², which is the equivalent of 27 football pitches. It will also allow the airport to increase their capacity by taking on an additional 82million passengers a year. As part of the new launch, the first 2400 received orchid gift bags.
Changi airport is one of the more unconventional airports with a butterfly garden at Terminal 3 that homes 1000 butterflies and a six-meter waterfall. Terminal 1 has a cactus garden that has a collection of 40 different types of cactus and a cocktail bar.
On the roof of this first-class airport, you are able to watch the plains take off from the rooftop swimming pool and jacuzzi. Changi airport also has a Kinetic Rain art illustration that features 1216 copper raindrops and a water lily garden.
Terminal 2 allows travellers to view the 500 sunflowers, rare orchids, and decorative mosaic sculptures while they wait for their flights. They are also able to visit the entertainment deck, which has Xbox 360’s available to pass the time, a 24-hour cinema, as well as free Wi-Fi and free city tours, should travellers be waiting for connecting flights.
Terminal 3 also has a cinema, koi pond, and a 12-meter high slide. The airport houseguests pass times to suit the needs of all the travellers that move through the airport. Travellers walking through this first world airport are amazed at the creativity and effort that they have put into the creation of each terminal.
Changi airport operates with more than 70 airlines that fly to or from Changi on a regular bases, as well as the well-established airline carriers such as Air New Zealand, Air France, KLM, as well as Delta and Emirates. Fights coming directly from Britain are mostly booked with Eva Air, British Airways, and Singapore Airlines.