9. Tallinn International Airport (Tallinn, Estonia) – Tallinn Airport -- the largest in Estonia -- has cracked the top 10 this year, bumping better-known counterparts such as Hong Kong's airport off the list.
8. Helsinki International Airport (Vantaa, Finland) – Helsinki International Airport has a resting area that offers free sleeping pods.
7. Vancouver International Airport (Vancouver, Canada) – Vancouver's airport is North America's sole representative on this list.
6. Kansai International Airport (Osaka, Japan) – Kansai International Airport is located on an artificial island in the middle of Japan's Osaka Bay.
5. Munich International Airport (Germany) – The first European airport on this Asia-dominated list, Munich's inventively designed terminal has an annual Christmas market, sleep pods, a beer garden, mini-golf course, ice rink and a surfing pool.
4. Taoyuan International Airport (Taipei, Taiwan) – "The airport has waiting rooms of different themes, and most of them showed various Taiwanese cultures," one voter said of Taipei's Taoyuan International Airport.
3. Haneda International Airport (Tokyo, Japan) – Tokyo's Haneda Airport is one of two Japanese airports to claim a spot on this year's ranking.
2. Incheon International Airport (Seoul, South Korea) – Passengers can ice-skate, visit a spa and learn to make traditional pencil cases in Seoul's Incheon Airport. They can also hit an oversized reclining seat for a snooze.
1. Changi International Airport (Singapore) – Due to open in 2018, a new development called the "jewel" at Singapore's Changi International Airport will showcase a 40-meter "rain vortex" in what will be Singapore's largest indoor garden. Changi has repeatedly topped the list of the world's best airports.