Seoul Incheon Airport
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Incheon International Airport, South Korea (ICN)

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Airports Council International has rated Incheon Airport as the best in the world since 2005 and it has also won the first price in cleanliness. It is the largest in South Korea, and the busiest in the world. It also has only one terminal, so it's easy to navigate, this making it a favorite among consumers. It has everything from golf course to casino and spa, seven indoor gardens and a museum containing a relics collection that covers 5,000 years of Korean history.

Before departing, relax at the AK Lounge and do some shopping at the Duty Free Shop outlets. You'll enjoy a high level of service and your shopping experience will be beyond the ordinary. Since it was opened in 1980, Lotte Duty Free Shop became the nation's largest chain of duty free outlets.

From elegant dining atmosphere to sandwiches, you'll find what you're looking for at the airport restaurants. This is the perfect airport for business travelers, offering many conference rooms, VIP lounges and Wi-Fi everywhere.

Explore the facilities of this impressive Asian hub and its top of the range amenities.

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1 Review

William Tan
William Tan

on Feb 23,2010

I liked

It is clean

I disliked

This is the only airport you can enjoy dog meat stew in the restaurant.

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