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17 December 2012 12:18 | By Denise Ngo
How to spend Christmas day at the airport

10 ways to spend Christmas at the airport



10 ways to spend Christmas at the airport (© Changi Airport Group)
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Text: Denise Ngo
Photos: Changi Airport Group

These days, the only thing people find more depressing than spending Christmas alone is spending Christmas stranded: be it at work, in a gloomy little town, or worst of all, in transit. Tell anyone that you spent the holidays stuck at the airport, and you’ll immediately receive a grave look of pity – that is, of course, until you tell them that you spent it at the world class Singapore Changi Airport.. This airport is not only voted as the world’s best time and time again, but it’s been featured as an actual tourist attraction on shows such as The Layover, hosted by Anthony Bourdain. Earlier this month, The Daily Meal also named Kim Choo’s Nonya Kitchen as the 19th best airport eatery in the world. Sounds like a legitimate Christmas destination to us!

So whether you’re spending the holidays in the airport due to flight delays, or you’re spending it there just to experience something different, we’d recommend going into full tourist mode. To make navigating the airport’s many offerings a little easier, check out our suggested guideline for spending Christmas Day at Changi Airport.