There’s the 14,000-square-meter Canopy Park, which will have an endless array of attractions that include gardens, walking trails, dining outlets, and luxury stores. Travelers will be given the opportunity to explore its pathways amid the lush greenery, explore and find their way out of Canopy Maze, bounce up and down Sky Nets, and skid down Discovery Slides.
Perhaps the most fascinating add-on is the Rain Vortex, a 40-meter-high indoor waterfall said to be the tallest in the world. At night, the Rain Vortex—located in the middle of Canopy Park—will be transformed into a spectacular water-and-lights show.
The construction of Jewel reportedly costs more than US$1 billion and is scheduled to open in 2019. According to Phillip Yim, chief executive officer of Jewel Changi Airport Trustee, “Jewel will break new ground with its unique mix of attractions, retail, and airport facilities.”