1) Changi Airport, Singapore
If there’s ever an airport to want to spend more time in, it’s Singapore’s Changi airport. Changi has free wifi and free lounge areas with comfy and has restaurants to fit a myriad of budgets and free movie theater, a free butterfly garden, and a recreation area where you can play provided computer games.
2) Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand
Bangkok’s main airport is a beautiful, modern glass-and-steel structure that’s easy to navigate. Before security, ride the unique moving walkways between levels to access restaurants, cafes, and fruit vendors in the mid- to upper-price range and a selection of fast-food joints.
3) Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong
Flying in to Hong Kong International Airport, which is located on Lantau Island. Hong Kong has free Wi-Fi once past security. It’s a good airport for a long-haul journey. There are a few travelers’ lounges that offer a reclined seat and amenities for a few hours
4) Kuala Lumpur International Airport
The airport is about an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur proper. There’s a high-speed train from town but most people catch cabs. Be sure to check your tickets before you tell the driver where you’re going–most budget flights depart from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), which is about 20 kilometers from the premium carrier terminal.