18 August 2019 – Now this was a rare occasion where I was wishing for more time at the airport!
Thanks to the country’s latest attraction, Jewel, you’ll probably never run of things to see and do if you ever find yourself at Singapore’s Changi Airport with time to spare. One of the best parts too is how easy it is to get there – the retail and entertainment complex is connected via link bridges from the main terminals (though you do have to pass through immigration).
The photos on this post are mostly of Jewel’s centrepiece, the HSBC Rain Vortex, a 40m indoor waterfall which is the tallest of its kind in the world. The lush green area surrounding the vortex is called the Shiseido Forest Valley. With a name like that I was kind of hoping to see some little elves running around offering to do your makeup, but sadly none were found.
2 thoughts on “The Rain Vortex at Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore”
You’ve captured the essence of the vortex so well, it’s like an amazing never-ending beam of energy drawn down in perpetual motion… excellent!!!
Wow David, I should get you to write my posts for me! Thanks as always for the encouraging words 🙂