Singapore Changi Airport’s spectacular new £951million development that will house the world’s biggest indoor waterfall and a FOREST will open next month
- The complex, called Jewel Changi Airport will officially open its doors to visitors next month on April 17
- It will comprise 10 storeys across a total area of 137,00 square metres, all under a glass and steel facade
- The development will feature a lush, four-storey Forest Valley containing thousands of trees and plants
A spectacular new £951million development featuring the world’s biggest indoor waterfall and a forest is finally set to open at Singapore’s Changi Airport next month.
The complex, called Jewel Changi Airport, will officially open its doors to visitors on April 17, and is being described as a ‘world-class multi-dimensional tourist destination’.
It will house a number of aviation, travel-related and lifestyle facilities as well as a large array of ships and unique attractions.
Jewel will feature a huge waterfall that is the biggest indoor waterfall in the world. The feature, called Rain Vortex, will take centre stage in the complex
The Jewel development at Changi Airport, pictured, which has cost £951million to build is set to finally open at Singapore’s Changi Airport next month
Jewel will comprise 10 storeys across a total area of 137,00 square metres, all under a glass and steel facade.
It is directly connected to Changi Airport’s Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
The development will feature a lush, four-storey Forest Valley containing thousands of trees and plants, making it one of the largest indoor collections of plants in Singapore.
The majestic 40-metre high Rain Vortex, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, will also take centre stage in the complex.
Surrounding the waterfall will be a whole array of restaurants as well as almost 300 shops. The complex directly links to Changi Airport’s Terminals 1, 2 and 3
Surrounding this will be over 280 retail stores and eateries, as well as Jewel’s own 130-room hotel, YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport.
Passengers will also enjoy the convenience of early check-in for their flights with baggage storage facilities at Jewel.
The complex has been designed by a team of consultants comprising Safdie Architects led by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, as well as architects RSP and Benoy.
The top floor of Jewel will feature a Canopy Park, with play attractions, gardens, walking trails, and dining outlets.
Passengers will also enjoy the convenience of early check-in for their flights with baggage storage facilities at Jewel
Three attractions – Sky Nets, Canopy Mazes and Discovery Slides – will take pride of place at the park, which is planned for a second phase opening in mid-2019.
Ivan Tan, group senior vice president, Corporate & Marketing Communications Changi Airport Group said, ‘Jewel is set to be a unique destination, like no other.
‘It offers a mix of lush greenery, a scenic waterfall, incredible retail offerings and family play attractions that together make for an unrivalled experience.
‘We are excited to bring a new dimension to the travel and leisure experience of our visitors.’