On my recent layover to Incheon International Airport, I happen to discover a lot of stuffs to do during a layover that I made a list for your reference. It’s impossible to get bored at Incheon International, but don’t take my word for it; read on to discover all that you can do and see there to make the best of your next layover.
Incheon Airport is huge, but you’ll still get free wifi in pretty much every nook and cranny of the airport. Also, you don’t have to do any annoying logins. Just connect! Not everyone might have a laptop or smartphone to get the free wifi offered at the airport that’s why Incheon Airpport have couple of personal computers lined up free for use.
Incheon Airport doesn’t just have a garden. It has seven! Sometimes you need a break from all the chic and modernness, and just return to semi-manufactured (but still really peaceful) nature. Now, when arriving after a particularly long flight, few things feel better than a quick shower. Rather than entering a new country with that post-flight look, these airports offer up a free shower to arriving and transit passengers. Just double-check beforehand whether the service includes the option to rent a towel – curiously, a few airports require you to bring your own.
When stuck with a long layover, a massage chair is the icing on the cake. While things get a bit competitive when vying for one of these chairs, those who score one are in for a treat.
Traveling with kids can be really tiresome. Let your kids waste their energy in Incheon Airport’s free children’s playroom. Parental supervision is required. If you are up something traditional, you can make traditional Korean crafts at the Incheon International Airport Korean Culture Experience and see traditional Korean musical and dance performances for the very reasonable price of free. With transit tours to temples, historic sites and newer attractions, you’ll get a taste of Korea within a couple of hours.
Thanks to Incheon International Airport, gone are the days of airport-hatred and lackluster airplane travel. It’s one of the few airports in the world where you’ll be smiling at the mention of a delay or wishing your layover was just a little bit longer.
Have you ever been to Incheon International Airport? Share your experiences in the comments!