In total, the new Jewel Changi Airport complex occupies ten levels.
29 Mar 2019 19:15
Singapore Singapore (Singapore Changi) from year to year receives the prestigious award The World’s Best Airports. In addition to the high level of service it offers its passengers an unprecedented amount of entertainment to the usual restaurants and shops here added cactus gardens, lilies, butterflies and sculptures, workshops and even a rooftop pool with views of the takeoff and landing strip.
In the race for the championship among airports in the world he won’t stop, and proof of this was the new facility, which will open in April. The new facility, Jewel Changi Airport (“Pearl”) is ten levels, five of which were underground. Total area of 134 000 square meters. With the existing terminal complex are connected by transitions.
The main object will be the Rain Vortex waterfall (“Rain vortex”). Its height is 40 meters, making it the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. At night there will be a sound and light show. Around the waterfall created one of the largest in Singapore gardens Forest Valley with climate control: green valley, planted thousands of trees, shrubs and flowers. On the upper floor you will find a another Park, Canopy, Hiking trails and attractions. Also in the complex – Playground and observation deck, the hotel’s 130 rooms, more than 280 shops and restaurants.
“Jewel is a combination of lush greenery, beautiful waterfalls, incredible offers retail and entertainment for the whole family, which together will give an excellent impression”, Ivan Tang, senior Vice President for public relations at Singapore Changi.
The opening of large-scale places of recreation is scheduled for April 17, but anyone who will be in Singapore from 11 to 16 April, you can get a free ticket to the preliminary visit of the black Pearl: just register on the website of the world’s best airport.
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