Singapore's Changi airport has long been asked as the "best airport in the world." That status is even more cemented on April 17, when it officially opens a dazzling presecurity attraction known as Jewel.
Inside is a lush four-step tiered garden, more than 280 shops and eateries, a hotel, a multi-screen IMAX theater and its centerpiece: one 130 feet tall rain vortex, the world's highest indoor waterfall.
The next phase of the project rolls out in June, when Jewel Changi Airport opens a package of extra features (many tickets) to the public, including a 1[ads1]64-foot glass bottom, net for jumping and walking, mazes, top sculptures and more.  Inside a tooth-shaped or down-shaped glass and steel construction designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, Jewel Changi Airport is next to Terminal 1 and sits on real estate that was previously a parking lot. "The striking new structure now covers more than 1.46 million square feet. It has 10 stories – across the earth and five under – and was built on a budget, at a cost of $ 1.7 billion in Singapore.
" Not just will Jewel strengthen Singapore Changi Airport offers, "said Jewel CEO Hung Jean during a preview of the space," it will also boost Singapore as an attractive tourist destination. "