Malaysian travellers share the joy of discovering airports

Some people prefer a busy airport like this, than an empty one like how most airports are today. — Pixabay

Airports, large or small, are sometimes referred to as glorified “bus stops”.

After all, many of us have had our fair share of horror stories at the airport. From navigating through a busy terminal and queuing up for hours at various checkpoints, to paying for “airport” price food and drinks... and not forgetting, having to handle your various bags in the washroom as a solo traveller.

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