3. Incheon International Airport (Seoul, South Korea)

Winner of the second place a year ago, the Incheon falls to third place in 2019, although it has received an accredit as the best transit airport in the world. Located on the island of Yongjong, 52 kilometers from Seoul, it is considered the most advanced airport in Asia, especially with regard to security measures and medical inspection.

In terms of leisure offer, in Incheon they have seven gardens, computers and mobile phones for travelers, fiber Wi-Fi, a children’s playroom, two cinemas, a casino, a museum and a traditional Korean cultural experience center. All free for passengers.


4. Hamad International Airport (Doha, Qatar)

Halfway between the European capitals and the most frequented Asian cities, this airport is an ideal space to entertain waits and transfers. And, more than an airport, the qatarís sheikhs have built a modern oasis, where the experience of the stay exceeds the architectural excellence, with an infrastructure capable of satisfying the most demanding traveler’s caprice.

Among its many luxuries, they have the largest VIP room in the world – ten thousand square meters, nothing less – squash courts, a spa with massage rooms and hydrotherapy pools, personal trainers, hotel inside the terminal with stays from three hours, family rooms, areas for prayer, smoking areas, showers, Mac computers, free Wi-Fi and a long etc. As for the stores, here you can buy practically everything: from a black diamond to the latest Ferrari model.


5. Hong Kong International Airport

In 1997, the Hong Kong airport. It was in the middle of the city, close to the sea and had some very dangerous tracks. More than twenty years later, it has become the fifth best airport in the world. The space was achieved by merging two 3,000-kilometer islands, where the architect Norman Foster designed the monumental architectural work that exists today, as comfortable as it is modern, and with accident-proof tracks.

Every year more than 70 million people pass through it, who are tremendously satisfied with a wide range of leisure activities, which promises to expand even more imminently. Five years from now, the reforms that will include a 200-meter airlift, a rooftop garden, a 12-story building that will include an aviation academy and 25 hectares of commercial and entertainment venues, restaurants, hotels and offices will be completed that will constitute an authentic city-airport that could become a tourist destination in itself.

So it is very likely that, by the year 2025, the Hong Kong airport will finally lead the Skytrax list.