Main Photo: The Rain Vortex, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at 40 metres high and the nucleus of Jewel.
Date: March 2019
Location: Changi Airport, Singapore
Name: Yotalair at The Jewel Changi Airport
No. of Keys: 130
Who: Changi Airport’s new 10-storey mixed-used development, Jewel Changi Airport will open its door on 17 April 2019.
The development will feature more than 280 retail and food and beverage outlets over 134,000 square metres.
Key features include an early Check-In Lounge which will serve 26 airlines, a left luggage service, a 130-key Yotelair hotel, and a Forest Valley indoor garden with two walking trails and the tallest indoor waterfall in the world.
A key attraction in Jewel will be the 14,000-square-metre Canopy Park that will open in mid-2019.
Similar to a giant tree house structure, it will have a 50-metre-long walkway suspended 25 metres above ground, a 250-metre-long bouncing net suspended up to 8 metres above ground, and play attractions including mazes and slides.
Price: The development of project Jewel is estimated to cost SGD1.7 billion.
THPT Comment: Yotel continues it’s upwards march with six Yotelair hotels and five Yotels. This also takes what one can find at, admittedly one of the best in the world, an airport these day to another height (excuse the pun!)
First Seen: Yotel website
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