These are the most beautiful airports in the world
When you consider traveling, you often think about the destination, the time it is going to take, the hotel or even renting cars... But we rarely think about the airport we are going through. But sometimes we spend a lot of time there, either because of a long connection or because there is so much planning to make sure we don't miss our flight. So here are 7 of the world's most beautiful airports that you can land in during your travels.
Changi International Airport, Singapore
Singapore airport is probably the most beautiful airport in the world thanks to its gorgeous looks and to all the services it offers. With five lush gardens, a fountain that looks like a waterfall, a cinema, a swimming pool, and a jacuzzi, it couldn't look any dreamier... It might seem very expensive but the best part is that it is all free. Besides, there are many restaurants, bars and hotels to accommodate all your needs. Being there in fact feels like being in a small city where there is everything you need nearby. So if you're going to Singapore, get ready to start your holiday at the airport.
Dubai International Airport, United Arab Emirates
Dubai might be a very touristy destination, mostly known for its imposing buildings, its luxury hotels and huge malls, but shopping there starts at the airport. In fact, the airport itself looks like a shopping mall, with over 30,000 square meters of retail space. It is also the third busiest airport in the world, and we can easily understand why. If you stop there, you will actually be happy about it, and just looking at it makes us want to jump on the next plane to Dubai.
Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar-Bali, Indonesia
Bali might be one of the trendiest destinations, thanks to its enchanting and dreamy beaches, lush volcanic scenery and endless rice fields, but even its airport will make you want to visit. In fact, tourism increased by about 20% in Bali in the five years before the health crisis, but now tourism is picking up again after Covid. And if you fly there, remember you will get the chance to pass through the unique 'wall' of Bali airport, which is a real work of art.
Incheon International Airport, Seoul, South Korea
We can easily say that South Korea is always a little ahead in terms of new technologies, but this is just confirmed with the capital's largest airport, Incheon International Airport, which truly looks futuristic. In fact, it features leisure rooms with virtual reality gaming experiences, 3D printers, digital gym sessions and massages, which are all free, so make sure to enjoy. On our end, we think it almost makes you want to book a plane ticket to Seoul just to visit the airport.
Madrid-Barajas Adolfo-Suárez Airport, Spain
Spain's capital is a must visit city for many reasons amongst its rich collections of European art, but you have to know that, as you land at the airport, Madrid will immediately feel like a work of art thanks to its colorful decor. The bamboo roof in Terminal 4 filters the sun's rays, which creates a soothing and beautiful glow. So you might wander around for hours there, and of course be careful not to miss your plane. Again, we feel like booking a flight just talking about it!
Marrakech-Menara International Airport, Morocco
With its buzzing medina, bustling atmosphere and dreamy riads, Marrakech attracts millions of visitors every year, meaning it is the most touristic city in Africa. So Morocco needed an airport that was at the right level, and it didn't fail. Renovated in 2016, the Marrakech-Menara International Airport now boasts astonishing architecture, which perfectly blends modern and oriental tradition. So we'll make sure to stop by on our next flight to Marrakech for sure.
Denver International Airport, USA
You might think it looks like a camping site, but it is in fact Denver International Airport, which is the largest airport in the United States. The American city picked a look that had never been seen before, and the triangular shapes even led conspiracy theorists to argue that the tents conceal a network of underground tunnels. Whether you believe it or not, the architecture is definitely stunning, and we can't wait to get a plane ticket to Denver to see it for real.