In This Issue
Jewel Changi Airport’s Canopy Park – An Indoor Wonderland for the Young and Young-at-heart
Featuring first-of-its-kind play attractions
Come 2019, travellers and local residents will have plenty more to look forward to with the opening of Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel), a 10-storey lifestyle destination located in the heart of Changi Airport. Nestled at the topmost level (Level 5) is Canopy Park, a 14,000 square-metre world-class attraction, featuring unique offerings such as play attractions, gardens, walking trails and dining outlets in air-conditioned comfort.
Taking centrestage are three first-of-its-kind play attractions - Sky Nets, Canopy Mazes and Discovery Slides - which have been specifically designed by world-renowned consultants to blend into Jewel’s unique indoor garden environment.
How was the Canopy Park for Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel) with its many exciting attractions conceptualised?
The vision that guided it was to create an area that is not only relaxing because of the lush greenery around, but also invokes play in the young and young-at-heart.
Changi Journeys speaks to Ms Hung Jean, Chief Executive Officer of Jewel Changi Airport Development, who shared how that vision was brought to life.View Full Article
Travel habits continue to evolve and holidaymakers are increasingly exploring more than one destination on their journeys. Such changing trends also mean that travellers are now more open to getting from point to point by a variety of ways – be it by plane, ferry, bus or even train!
In the Singapore context, many visiting tourists might choose to pair Singapore with other nearby locations – such as the islands of Batam and Bintan in the nearby Riau islands, or with various cities in South of Malaysia as part of their travel plans.View Full Article
Ever wondered what life is like as a Duty Terminal Manager (DTM) in Changi Airport, to ensure the smooth operations of the terminals every day? Changi Journeys speaks to DTM Cindy Tay, to find out more.
Cindy has been working at Changi Airport for the past 13 months. She enjoys her current role very much as she has always known that she does not want is a desk-bound job.
A typical day in the life of a DTM sees Cindy starting her shift with a ground walk in the terminal that she has been assigned to for the day.View Full Article