A true Jewel in the east, built to bedazzle, is the new gateway to Singapore. The latest touchpoint in Changi, the Jewel is where “Singapore meets the world” as Changi Airport’s Terminal 4.
It’s a true architectural gem; a 10-storey dome-shaped development in front of Terminal 1, will go far beyond just being another shiny new commercial building with run of the mill food and retail outlets.
A key feature will be a 14,000 sq m Canopy Park — about the size of 11 Olympic-sized swimming pools — sitting on the top floor. Home to a stunning 40-metre tall rain vortex, the Jewel was awarded the 2016 International Architecture Award, an accolade given only to the best. It is thus certainly well-deserved by the home of the largest indoor waterfall, the distinctive dome-shaped glass and steel Jewel designed by world renowned architect ,Moshe Safdie.
A meld of nature and modern living, the Jewel was built to reflect the lush greenery ubiquitous in Singapore, living up to the clean and green city hub that Singapore strives to be.
Here are a few more things to look out for at the Jewel.
1. DISCOVERY SLIDES
2. Sky Nets
A 250m bouncing net, which at its highest point will be suspended 8m or three storeys above ground, will offer visitors a unique experience.
A separate walking net, 50m-long and 25m-high, will offer a different kind of thrill, allowing visitors to peek through the voids.
Come explore the unique Jewel in Southeast Asia’s brightest hub, and book your ticket to Singapore today.
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