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While traveling the world is an extremely rewarding experience, it also leads to spending a lot of time in airports. A great airport can add to the traveling experience while a bad airport can make a short layover feel like an eternity. Luckily, it is not too hard to find an amazing airport in almost every part of the world. These are five of the best airports in the world.

Singapore Changi International Airport

Changi is widely considered to be the home of the world’s best airport. Travelers with long layovers can take time to enjoy a newly released movie at one of the airport’s theaters. A few other amenities include a large indoor swimming pool, relaxing spa and the tallest slide in Singapore.

Incheon International Airport

This great airport is located just outside of the city of Seoul in South Korea. Travelers will be able to gain a lot of knowledge about Korean culture without ever having to leave Incheon International Airport. Live dance and music performances are held in various locations throughout the airport. The Cultural Museum of Korea is also free for all passengers.

Munich Airport

Anyone traveling to Europe from another continent will want to make sure their flight goes through Munich Airport. It is not uncommon for airports to be eyesores, but Munich airport is one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture in the entire city. Everyone with time to kill should go to the visitor’s park. This outdoor area has a playground, miniature golf course and several antique planes on display.

Hamad International Airport

One of the worst things about spending time in a busy airport is a noisy environment, but that is never a problem at Hama International Airport in Doha, Qatar. The lack of intercom announcements makes resting in the airport a very peaceful experience. Visitors should also take the time to view the unique artwork that is on display throughout the airport.

Central Japan International Airport

This regional airport is located on its own artificial island near Nagoya, Japan. While this airport may only handle just over 10 million passengers every year, they are given an amazing experience. The traditional Japanese bathhouse is the perfect place to relax after a long flight. Travelers can also take in the sights from a sky deck more than 1,000 feet in the air.