In a video filmed by a passenger passing through the Airport in Changi, let him use his boarding pass to gain access to a multi-story slide that can be found in Terminal 4.
Not a lot of people say that the airports are really nice, but things are different now, at Changi Airport in Singapore.
Also, one of the best airports in the world, this is a great, beautiful, and a really nice airport, it is the one thing that many do not: a slide that gets you to your gate in the best possible way.
According to the Daily Mail, one passenger’s name is Yusuf El-Askary was in order to find out, first hand, how wonderful to fly through Changi can be found. In a video filmed by El-Askary, let him use his boarding pass to gain access to a multi-story slide that can be found in Terminal 4.
As soon as he gets in the tube, it slides down. The ride is pretty fast and El-Askary, makes a few noises of excitement as he was going down. Even though the trip was quick, and the slide is quite large. El-Askary, countries in the face of The famous “red chandelier,” a giant playground filled with climbing and sliding poles that were held in 2018 and beyond.
“I’ve never seen anything like this at an airport, I couldn’t believe it was true until I actually tried it,” said El-Askary to the Appropriate News Agency, according to the description of the video on YouTube.
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Changi Airport has to be an even bigger one in Terminal 3, which is commonly referred to as the ” world’s tallest slide in an airport.” The slide is the 12-metre (39 ft) high and consists of four stories which range from Level 1 to Basement 3. It is not clear how long the slide will be in Terminal 4.
In order to gain access to one of the slides, passengers will have to pay $10 for at a restaurant or a retail store in Changi Airport, which frankly seems like an easy thing to do. Just pick up some lunch, or as a travel pillow, and you’re off.
If we had to choose between a plain old elevator or stairs and a slide, we would definitely choose to have a slide at any given time. Who knows, it might even be a good solution for someone who is usually too late.