At Singapore's Changi Airport, witness the world's largest indoor waterfall

The Singapore airport’s Jewel facility, which connects three of four terminals, is a $1 billion project that will serve as a retail and destination hub.

Walk into Jewel, the former carpark-turned-retail destination at Singapore’s Changi Airport which opened today, and you will be greeted by the world’s largest indoor waterfall.

The 10-storey structure, which connects three of the airport’s four terminals, features a topiary walk and a ‘rainforest’ with over 900 trees, many of them shipped from across the world. But because it’s Singapore, everything is indoors and carefully temperature-controlled.

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Printable version | Jul 29, 2021 7:19:23 PM |

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