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Singapore’s Changi Wins The “Oscars For Airports”

Singapore’s Changi Wins The “Oscars For Airports”

Malaysia is 67th in the list.

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Singapore’s Changi Airport bagged the World’s Best Airport at the Skytrax World Airport Awards for the 12th time.

They have regained the throne once again after losing it two years to Doha’s Hamad International Airport and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).

Hamad and Haneda came in 2nd and 3rd, respectively. Malaysia came in at the 67th spot.

Changi Airport has won over 660 awards since it first opened in 1981.

The Skytrax World Airport Awards which started in 1999 is considered to be the Oscars of the airline industry.

According to Travel Daily reports, the Skytrax World Airport Awards is a reflection of the customer satisfaction survey conducted annually to evaluate the amenities and customer service at more than 550 airports.

Changi Airport Group CEO Lee Seow Hiang stated that Changi Airport is honoured to be crowned World’s Best Airport for the 12th time. The airport community, which has stood strong together to face the difficulties of Covid-19 over the past two years, is very encouraged by this award.

He also expressed gratitude for their commitment to serving Changi’s passengers and their resilience in preserving Singapore’s global connectivity.

Changi airport is considered among the tourist attractions in Singapore with its magnificent constructions which is filled with beauty that would amaze your mind. It has always been expanding on its services that cater to many interests and tastes at the same time.

Around a thousand tropical butterflies can be found in the Butterfly Garden, the first butterfly garden ever built in an airport, as reported by The Economic Times.

There are also highlights such as the Shiseido Forest Valley dome-shaped architectural wonder with a great variety of plants, and not forgetting the Rain Vortex which is the tallest indoor waterfall.

There is also the tallest airport slide and while waiting for your flight you can always catch a movie for free in the free screening theatre.

As for Malaysia, the ranking in the list has been dropping from the year 2021 from 55th to 62nd and finally 67th this year.

With all the negativity surrounding our Malaysian airport, this news did not sit well with the people, and they have shared their feelings on social media.

One netizen even suggested ways on how to improve the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

While this was ongoing, another netizen decided to see the silver lining of the situation.

However, early this year there were announcements made by Transport Minister Anthony Loke with the rebranding of both KLIA and KLIA2.

READ MORE: KLIA and Klia2 To Undergo Rebranding Exercise, To Be Known As KLIA Terminal 1 and 2

There is nothing wrong in failing but what is important is to learn from the failure and move forward.

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