Best things to do at Singapore Changi Airport
Airports, flying and everything associated with it are generally a pile of crap for anyone that fancies a sleep. Our hero Changi however has risen above sleep mediocrity with its Snooze Lounges. It's actually comfortable and you can legitimately sleep there, instantly making it amazing. Fully reclining, butt-hugging chairs await throughout T1, T2 and T3's transit areas. We haven't even started on the leg massages yet...
Okay, massage chairs are usually absolute junk that feel more like they're violating you than easing any stress. Not these puppies though. Found in T3, these are the Rolls Royce of massage chairs, they'll touch you like you've never been touched before. And they're free. Go ahead, bliss out but just don't miss your flight.
We don't just mean the humdrum of tagging yourself at the airport on your phone. No, Changi has the absolutely bonkers, but very cool 'Social Tree' in T1. A nine-foot interactive behemoth of touch screens, webcams and other technological sorcery. The idea is that you can use one of the eight touch screen photo booths to take and share your own snaps or video on the big screen then share with friends and family through email or social media. You can even save a copy of your image in the tree to reopen the next time you’re at Changi.
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