Yes, you heard it right. Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport, which will be opening in 2019, will feature a futuristic architectural landscape design which will have an amusement park, a waterfall and even indoor clouds for holidaymakers.
But, wait this is not the only thing this airport is offering. Visitors will also be able to see a five-story garden, hedge maze, bouncing canopy nets- all inspired by elements of nature.
The indoor tropical garden is designed as a contemporary glass and steel structure along with a 131 foot tall waterfall which will be named the ‘Rain Vortex’ and placed right at the centre of the garden.
Travelers departing from or landing at the airport will be able to walk on bouncy nets which will be suspended three floors from the canopy. Also, children will be able to play with artificial clouds which will float along the man-made forest’s floor.
The award winning architect, Moshe Safdie designed the building and concept. Let’s see how the airport turns out to be. By looking at the concept and idea; this is going to be something huge. So get yourself ready and plan on going to Singapore in 2019.