Every Sunday, trending travelers on twitter get together to discuss everything travel. Recently we dedicated a whole weekend to the topic of “Airports”.
The best airports were first and foremost defined by free wifi, closely followed by access to power sockets and reasonably priced food, as well as ease of transportation between terminals. The world’s worst airports were defined by lack of any or all of the above, as well as rude/invasive immigration officers/procedures.
With it’s butterfly garden, pool, massage chairs, rooftop bars, cinemas and free city tours, Singapore’s Changi Airport was voted the best in the world. With it’s incredibly invasive and strict immigration procedures, the US was voted the worst country to fly through/into.
After we were done swapping airport horror stories (there was a recurring hatred for Miami Airport), we finished with advice to other travelers on how to handle international airports. Of course, the best advice I can personally give is to make sure you arrive at the correct airport – made that mistake before!
What is your #1 advice to other travelers re airports?
View the full chat transcript courtesy of Travelogx.
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Feature Photo Courtesy of Luke Ma.