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    Changi Airport Singapore

     

    Changi Airport is a tourist attraction itself which is why for the first instalment of my #travelSG series, I pick this out of the bunch to be my start entry. But it also makes perfect sense to make this first coz it’s where we arrived and entered into the amazing world of Singapore. And though I arrived at Terminal 2, strolling and sight-seeing my way through the three different terminals is so easy just by hopping on the skytrain, which by the way is for free. The three different terminals are equally beautiful and has each of their own appeal. You can’t really compare the three because they are unique on their own. But just like any infrastructure, the newest one would certainly be the one you’d look out for. And while I was already uber impressed upon my arrival at T2, it was T3 that literally had my jaw dropped. It blew me away. It’s humongous and flawless. And just a few days ago, I saw how it was carefully engineered on Discovery channel so I understand that it’s not only beautiful but also structurally functional. I really admire how Singapore is always doing it by killing two birds with one stone. Everything is always beautiful and useful. The union of aesthetics and functionality is what most countries should apply. This is just the start of many #travelSG entries. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone

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