Travel News Air Travel Singapore's Changi Airport Offers a New Service—Glamping Would you stay overnight in an airport terminal by choice? Written by Stefanie Waldek Instagram Twitter Stefanie Waldek is a Brooklyn-based travel writer with over six years of experience. She covers various destinations, hotels, and travel products for TripSavvy. Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Stefanie Waldek Updated 11/24/20 Fact-Checked by Reviewed on 11/24/20 Jillian Dara Instagram Twitter Jillian Dara is a freelance travel writer and fact checker. Her work has appeared in Travel + Leisure, USA Today 10Best, Michelin Guide, Hemispheres, DuJour, and Jetsetter. About TripSavvy Fact-Checking Jillian Dara Share Pin Email Panuwat Dangsungnoen / Getty Images For some travel enthusiasts, spending time in airports isn't a drag: it's a way of life. Of course, COVID-19 got in the way this year, and airports have since become dead zones. But for lucky travel-lovers in Singapore, you can now experience all the joy of Jewel Changi Airport—often regarded as one of the best airports in the world—as an overnight guest. From now through Jan. 3, 2021, people can book glamping experiences that take place right inside the airport terminal. Sound kind of boring? Think again. Changi isn't your run-of-the-mill airport: it's a full-on entertainment wonderland more akin to a theme park and a luxury shopping mall than a simple transit hub, and glamping guests get to enjoy all of it. There are two different sites within the airport for your "glampcation," as Changi calls it. The first is "in the clouds," or at the very top of the airport in the Cloud9 event space, overlooking the world's largest indoor waterfall. The second is on the Shiseido Forest Valley floor, nestled into the greenery surrounding the waterfall. Both sites are equipped with tents, beds, toiletries, and air coolers or fans, and they come with shower access in either the airport lounge or airport hotel. Guests who book the glamping package—which costs roughly $320 to $360 per night, depending on when you stay—are also given free admission to some of Changi's attractions, including the Sparkling Christmas at Jewel holiday display and the Canopy Park. Not feeling an overnight stay? You can also book a three-hour "glampicnic," which provides the set-up for a great picnic (though food is BYO!). While we were hoping we'd actually be flying the next time we went to the airport, this does seem like a pretty fun way to get out of the house for a night! Would You Pay $650 for a Singapore Airlines First-Class Meal at Home? Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit What to Expect from One of the World's Busiest Airports 20 Solo Trips in 2020: I Traveled Solo During COVID-19 Haleakalā National Park: The Complete Guide A Complete Guide to Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia Cloudland Canyon State Park: The Complete Guide The 7 Most Romantic NYC Hotels of 2021 How to Spend Your Layover in Changi Airport, Singapore Yosemite National Park: The Complete Guide The Top 14 Destinations in Sumatra The 9 Best San Francisco Hotels of 2021 The Best New York City Hotels Is Singapore a City, Island, or Country? Colorado's Best All-Inclusive Resorts An Argument for Girls Who Sleep Alone in the Woods Grand Canyon National Park: A Complete Guide The Ultimate Itinerary for a European-Inspired Solo Trip Around the U.S.