The Jewel Changi Airport is located near Singapore's Terminal 1 and it is connected to Terminals 2 and 3.
A 40-metre indoor waterfall cascading through a steel and glass dome is at the heart of a vast complex in Singapore's main airport unveiled on Thursday, part of the city-state's fight for global flights.
Jewel will officially be open to Singapore residents and worldwide travellers starting 17 April 2019.More news: Masters 2019: Zach Johnson hilariously hits ball on a warmup swing
Jewel is home to around 280 stores, restaurants, a supermarket, a cinema, a hotel and other recreational facilities.
Hung Jean, chief executive officer of Jewel Changi Airport Development Pte. There are also early check-in counters and kiosks, and a VIP lounge for travelers.
The 137,000-square-metre complex designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie features a distinctive dome-shaped facade and will provide both worldwide visitors and Singapore locals an incredible offering of unique experiences.More news: Redmi Pro 2 leaked: Snapdragon 855 and cut-hole display
Features include a 24-hour gym, and the two-level Komyuniti social hub, which offers co-working and dining space, and overlooks Rain Vortex, the world's tallest indoor waterfall. There is also the Canopy Park at the top floor and visitors can try walking in the 165-foot sky bridge, mirror and hedge mazes, a giant slide and walking nets. It is surrounded by manicured grounds of the Shiseido Forest Valley.
Play attractions such as the Manulife Sky Nets, Hedge Maze, Mirror Maze and Discovery Slides were created to blend into the unique indoor garden environment and will open in June.
Changi Airport, recently voted in a Skytrax survey as the world's best for the seventh year running, reported a record 65.6 million passenger movements in 2018.More news: Dale Steyn rejoins RCB