Come 2019, You Might Get Lost in an Indoor Maze in Changi Airport

Come 2019, You Might Get Lost in an Indoor Maze in Changi Airport

Changi Airport has taken great measures to keep its title as the best airport in the world.

Jewel Changi Airport will feature an indoor forest, hedge mazes, suspended sky nets, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, and more.

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Within its Canopy Park, visitors can venture through 14,000-square-meters of lush gardens and indoor hedge mazes. If they find walking too much of a chore, they can explore the attraction on “Sky Nets”—an indoor net installation that’s suspended above the ground. Two different concepts are available depending on how adventurous you’re feeling. The bouncing net is for thrill-seekers, while the walking net is for those who prefer something tamer.

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The next attraction is the Forest Valley, a huge five-storey garden housing one of the largest indoor collections of plants in Singapore. Besides admiring the flora and fauna, visitors can even make a short casual hike up the valley to stretch their legs before or after their flight. In addition, the entire attraction is conveniently air-conditioned, if heat and humidity are a concern.

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Last but not least, is the main attraction in Jewel. Located in the heart of the complex, the Rain Vortex is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at 40 meters. Come night-time, it transforms into a magical light and sound show for your entertainment.

Jewel at Changi Airport will open its doors in 2019. To learn more about the attractions, watch the video above or visit its website here.

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