The five-storey, mainly commercial development with five basement floors will house about 300 shops and food and beverage outlets. Highlights include a 40m indoor waterfall and a five-storey garden with about 2,500 trees and 100,000 shrubs from countries including Brazil, Australia, Thailand and the US.
Directly connected to T1, Jewel will be linked to the other two terminals via air-conditioned bridges with travelators.
When completed, Jewel at Changi will glitter with more than 9,600 pieces of glass, specially made in the United States, that will frame its facade. This investment in infrastructure and facilities is to offer a distinctive experience to the travelling public, which will help Changi stay ahead of the competition.