L'aeroporto di Singapore offre glamping al coperto durante le festività natalizie

L'aeroporto di Singapore offre glamping al coperto durante le festività natalizie

Now you can go glamping in un aeroporto.

Singapore’s Changi Airport has been offeringGlamping in the Cloudsas part of its vacanza season Festival Village, which is running until Jan. 3.

Visitors can stay overnight insideglamping,” or glamorous camping, tents at the airport’s retail and leisure wing, secondo Reuters.

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Glamping in the Cloudsallows groups of up to four people can stay inside luxuryfestive-themedtents at the airport’s highest level besidetowering ficus trees decorated with fairy lights,” airport officials said in a dichiarazione.

Singapore’s Changi Airport is offering "Glamping in the Clouds" near the Rain Vortex (nella foto), as part of its Festival Village this holiday season. (iStock)

Singapore’s Changi Airport is offeringGlamping in the Cloudsnear the Rain Vortex (nella foto), as part of its Festival Village this holiday season. (iStock)

Customers can also book glamping tents on the ground level next to the airport’s Rain Vortex, the world’s largest indoor waterfall.

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For those looking for more than the conventional hotel staycation, a glampcation at Jewel combines the fun of camping outdoors with modern-day comforts,” the Festive Village sito web dice.

Although the experience includes discounts on shopping and lots of Christmas lights, guests who stay overnight do have to use public bathrooms, secondo Reuters.

A night’s stay costs 320 SGD (di $ 240) to stay on a weeknight and 360 SGD (di $ 270) to stay on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday night, according to the website.

tuttavia, da martedì sera, il “Glampcationshave all been booked up, the website says.

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One woman told Reuters that she and her husband decided to take their family glamping because of how challenging the year has been.

Usually we go out of the country every holiday but since we can’t travel much and it’s a school holiday, I thought why not do something different for the children,” Fadlina Musa told Reuters.

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