The 15 Best Airports For A Layover… What They Do For You In #13 Is Insane.

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Changi Airport in Singapore

Everyone knows that airport layovers suck. It’s as simple as that. They are boring and sometimes you may have several hours to kill with absolutely nothing to do but stare at the walls or play on your phone.

Several airports around the world have taken measures to make these types of layovers a bit more pleasant for travelers. Some of them have done such a great job that you might want to visit them even if you aren’t getting on a flight. Seriously, the entertainment levels at some of these airports around the world are really that good.

Some of the things you can now find in airports (depending on where you are) are golf courses, IMAX movies, museums, slot machines, live entertainment and rooftop pools. Oh and don’t forget to be on the lookout for a PlayStation gaming area.

I’ll bet that you never thought you would be able to take in a round of golf during a layover right? Or maybe catch the newest release on a giant IMAX screen? Or maybe squeeze in a game or two of Madden 17 or take a cruise around Los Santos on Grand Theft Auto 5 while you wait? Well now it’s all possible if you visit the right airport. But don’t have too much fun and miss your connecting flight!

If you ever get the chance to spend a few hours here you'll quickly see why it's always ranked as one of the top airports in the entire world. First of all, at four stories high it's one of the tallest in the world, but it's also one of the most entertaining.

There is a rooftop pool, a two-story high butterfly garden that comes complete with a working 27-foot waterfall, and a fish spa where you can get a hot stone massage, some ear candling or a fish pedicure.

They also offer a sunflower and orchid garden to enjoy and if your stay is going to be overnight there are several hotels right there in the terminals.

Lawrence OP