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The World's best and worst airports [Copy link] 中文

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Identifying the world's finest airports is easy. Hong Kong International Airport, Singapore's Changi and Seoul's Incheon have topped the ranks of airport awards for the last decade.

Hong Kong International Airport has won Skytrax's World's Best Airport award 7 times in 10 years for its minimalist, modernist design, luxury shopping and features such as free wireless internet.
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Changi Airport, Singarpore, ranks 2nd in Skytrax's award in 2008. The passengers can relax in its rooftop pool and admire orchid gardens and towering palm trees.
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Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia, was designed by a Japanese architect. The design mixes futuristic technology, Malaysian culture and natural resources through a rain forest in the middle of the terminal.
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‘The marble walls and floors of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport are the color of dead flesh under the fluorescent lights.’
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According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Log Angeles International Airport amounts to 8 terminals connected by a traffic jam.
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London Heathrow was voted the world’s least favorite airport in a survey of 2,500 travellers in 2007. Even its shiny new Terminal 5 was mired in criticism following the disastrous opening in 2008.
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Badhdad International Airport, Iraq. If landing in a war zone wan’t petrifying enough, passengers arriving at Baghdad International Airport must then brave the road to the Green Zone. Nicknamed ‘Route Irish’, this is notorious as one of the most dangerous routes in the world.
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