Spotlight on Changi

 (WSJ)

 (WSJ)

The Wall Street Journal shines a light on Singapore's Changi Airport, one of the best airports you will ever pass through.

It’s like any average mall in Singapore – bustling with shoppers and replete with restaurants and eateries. There are also lots of suitcases and luggage, because this isn’t a mall, it’s Changi Airport.
Singapore’s Changi is one of the few airports in the world where people go to just hang out, even when they’re not traveling. In fact, not just visitors but Singapore residents too are actually encouraged to shop and dine there, with several promotional offers and a loyalty program from the airport operator to boot.
Ample parking and an efficient public transport system that provides easy access to the airport add to its allure. But more than that, diners are attracted by the vast array of choices offered by the nearly 100 cafes, restaurants, bars and fast food joints at Changi’s three terminals. From chains eateries to specialty restaurants to food courts, Changi has it all.

Read the full piece here.
Have you travelled through Changi? What did you think?