Friday, October 16, 2009

Changi Airport In Singapore

I was in Singapore yesterday and saw my books on display at Changi Airport, which made me feel good. Most of the books on sale were Private Dancer and Confessions Of A Bangkok Private Eye, published by my mate Phil Tatham of Monsoon Books.

Changi Airport is one of the best airports in the world and it puts Heathrow Terminal Three to shame. It's efficient, never crowded, and everyone who works there - from sales people to immigration officials - are pleasant, friendly and polite. I fly a lot and I am always impressed with Changi Airport and disgusted with Heathrow Terminal Three.

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