Located at the recently opened Terminal 4 in Singapore’s Changi Airport, the Chandelier is a crimson structure featuring climbing nets and sliding poles.
Travelers making a pit stop at Singapore’s Changi Airport can look forward to a brand-new attraction that’s both the airport’s largest art installation, as well as a five-story playground.
Dubbed the Chandelier, the crimson red structure stands 16 meters tall and 10 meters wide–a majestic centerpiece at the newly opened Terminal 4.
Featuring climbing nets for both the young and young-at-heart, the Chandelier is elegantly shaped like a double helix with a weaved tapestry steel core. It also comes with a fireman’s pole, which allows visitors to slide down at two-meter intervals.
Anchored to the ceiling, the playground also has interactive lights, making it the airport’s largest art installation. It is free and open around-the-clock, with enough room for 50 people at a time.
Other attractions at Changi’s Terminal 4 include a large-scale kinetic installation known as Petalclouds, the 150-square-meter Peranakan Gallery, and the Heritage Zone.
The latter recreates the facades of Singapore’s iconic shophouses while serving up popular hawker fare in a series of old-school restaurants.
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