• Jet Airways (9W) has suspended its service to and from Singapore until further notice. Passengers are advised to contact their booking agent or Jet Airways directly for options available to them.
  • Please note that the Early Check-in service in Jewel will be available only from 17th April 2019 onwards. To find out if your airlines offers ECI in Jewel, please click here
  • Visitors heading to Jewel are advised to take public transport as heavy roadway traffic may be expected during busy periods. For more information on how to get to Jewel, please click here
  • Visitors to Jewel are encouraged to take public transport. Besides the MRT, you can take these buses to Changi – 24, 27, 34, 36, 53, 110 & 858.

    Drivers can also park at T2, T3 & T4. Parking is free at T4 for the first 3hrs (10am to 10pm). Free buses between T4 and Jewel run every 5mins (10am to 1am).

Steel in Bloom
Steel in Bloom
Steel in Bloom

Steel in Bloom's Signature Plants

Steel in Bloom explores human interaction with nature. In addition to a koi pond, the garden features a 6m tall centrepiece adorned with intricate botanical motifs modelled in steel.

This metallic structure is juxtaposed with the ethereal blooming flora that inspired its design. Complemented by bright, multi-coloured lights, this display is perfect for photographs and selfies.

Giant Bromeliad

Giant Bromeliad

Scientific name: Alcantarea spp.

Alcantarea spp. is one of the largest bromeliads in the world. Their leaves can grow up to 2 metres long and have a silver-green colouration that makes them look like steel under certain lighting. This colouration is due to trichomes on the leaves, which are fine hairs that take in moisture from the air. Alcantarea spp. flowers only once in their lifetime, so it is a rare treat to see their flowers up close!

Scarlet Star

Scarlet Star

Scientific name: Guzmania lingulata

The flowers of the Guzmania lingulata are white, and sits within colourful red, orange or yellow bracts, which are modified leaves. It is commonly known as ‘Scarlet Star’ because it looks like a star when viewed from above. As a bromeliad, Guzmania lingulata will flower only once in their lifetime and their flowers last for about five months.