I have been traveling a lot recently, and it gives me a new perspective about everything.
Each time I visit a new airport, I can’t help but to compare it with Singapore Changi Airport. The outcome is always the same — very few airports in the world can match Singapore Changi Airport in terms of efficiency and facilities. I think many of us always take things for granted; we complain about this, and grumble about that. But we are very fortunate to be living in one of the finest cities in the world.
“Can you take a photo of the in-flight food?”
A friend asked as he has never taken Singapore Airlines (SIA) before. Now, I may have taken photos of food at random places before, but to use my bulky dslr on a plane? No way! Fellow passengers would probably think that I’m crazy, and maybe the cabin crew might just throw me off the plane!
But speaking of airplane food, they have been improving over the years; not just in variety but also in terms of taste and appearance. This is hardly surprising since Singapore Airlines has an International Culinary Panel (ICP) to advise and create the in-flight food menu. The panel includes celebrity chefs like Gordon Ramsay, Sam Leong, and Matthew Moran.
If you are looking for the cheapest flight from Singapore to Shanghai — I’m sorry, but you are looking at the wrong page. This may sound bias since I’m a Singaporean, but Singapore Airlines is definitely one of the best in the world.
People always ask what’s the big deal about Singapore Airlines, and I used to question that too. It’s only after I took other airlines then I realized the little things that made a huge difference. KrisWorld, the in-flight entertainment system is definitely a life savior (especially for long haul flights) with an impressive list of the latest blockbuster movies.
// This is not an advertorial and no payment was received. I’m just sharing about my recent experience on the Singapore Airlines flight from Singapore to Shanghai.