International travel can sometimes mean making some wardrobe packing gambles, but thanks to a new 'Climate Portal' at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport, you can actually experience the clime of your destination before you set off. Just in time to grab that extra sweater or pair of shades

The portal is made up of a giant mirrored box with three compartments inside – each compartment simulates the climate of a different international destination with a TV screen above each of the doors providing the visuals. There is a 'hot' section, that can bring the heat of the Middle East or tropics, a 'cold' section that can take you closer to your departure, simulating cities such as Kiruna in the Arctic Circle, and a 'big' section that can transport you to hustle and bustle of a big city such as Hong-Kong or New York. 

Be sure to check out the Climate Portal if you pass through Arlanda Airport's Terminal 5 between now and the end of this month, and take a look at the video below...