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  • Practice Your Swing, Take a Dip During Your Layover

    A local class performs yoga at the Burlington International Airport in Burlington, Vt., to celebrate the grand opening of a yoga space for travelers, Jan. 12, 2013. The airport is one of at least three airports offering a space for travelers to practice yoga while waiting for flights to make their trip more relaxing.
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  • Practice Your Swing, Take a Dip and More During Your Next Layover

    Chances are you've spent more hours than you can count wandering around the airport during a long layover looking for something to do. You buy trashy magazines, hit the bar or try to cram yourself into a too-small chair for a nap. But the next time you're stuck at the airport, do a little research to find out what amenities are on offer. You may be pleasantly surprised.
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  • Unusual Amenities In Airports

    Art Exhibits: Airports are stepping up their offerings all over the world. In the U.S., Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and Denver International Airport (DIA, pictured) and San Francisco's SFO offer rotating exhibits. Amsterdam's Schiphol has an annex of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and was the first airport in the world to have a museum in its terminal.
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  • Practice Your Swing, Take A Dip And More During Your Next Layover

    City Tours: For especially long layovers, both Incheon Airport (Seoul, pictured) and Changi Airport (Singapore) offer the option to tour the city. If you have six-plus hours, Incheon offers a range of tours of Seoul from $40 per person. Two-hour tours of Singapore are free on a first-come, first-served basis.
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    Golf: Fore! Say what? It's true! Two airports (Hong Kong International Airport and Seoul Incheon Airport) have options to perfect your swing. At HKIA, there's a nine-hole course near Terminal 2, while at Incheon, a driving range and an 18-hole course are just a short shuttle ride away.
  • Unusual Amenities In Airports

    Movies: Singapore's Changi Airport offers free movies in Terminals 2 and 3. Between kids' favorites and new releases, travelers can pass more than a few hours catching up on the latest flicks.
  • Unusual Amenities In Airports

    Naps: London's Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and Amsterdam's Schiphol certainly aren't the only in the world to offer beds to weary travelers, but they are the only ones with Yotels: tiny hotel rooms with free Wi-Fi, workstations, automated check-in/check-out and showers. Minimum four-hour stay required.
  • Unusual Amenities In Airports

    Swimming: Singapore's Changi Airport offers the option to take a soak in the Jacuzzi or swim a few laps in the pool at Ambassador Transit Hotel in Terminal 1. It's free for hotel guests; everyone else pays just $14 for use of the swimming pool and Jacuzzi, shower facilities, a towel and a complimentary non-alcoholic drink from the bar.
  • Unusual Amenities In Airports

    Yoga: San Francisco International Airport just opened what's thought to be the world's first in-airport yoga studio. You can get your "oooommmm" on in Terminal 2. Don't worry if you forgot your mat. There are mats available free of charge.
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