The world’s tallest indoor waterfall and the world’s first mirror maze.

Watch out for these as Singapore’s Changi Airport opens its new terminal in 2019.

It already has amenities you didn’t know airports could have like indoor gardens plus a rooftop pool and hot tub.

But the biggest game-changer is the airport’s upcoming terminal. The $1.7 billion dome-shaped space will have things you never dreamed of. The Rain vortex is set to be the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. A walkable canopy bridge will hang above the ground. You’ll be able to explore the world’s first mirror maze set in a garden or bounce above treetops on hanging ‘Sky Nets’.

In the Know gives you a quick tour inside this extraordinary airport where passengers would wish to have a long layover.


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