Yoga with a view in a comfortable environment – only at Jewel!
As the first and last stop for travellers arriving in and departing from Singapore, Jewel continues to be well-placed for showcasing attractive first-in-Singapore concepts that excite not just overseas visitors, but Singaporeans as well. And of course, the attractions that we have at Canopy Park located at Level five is fun for the whole family too. And lastly, I guess not many Singaporeans realise that we have 130 rooms at YOTELAIR, great for a staycation!
CJs: What is your 60 second elevator pitch to potential tenants?
Jewel is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to showcase your brand and engage your customers. It is a place that all visitors will have to pass through when visiting Singapore, as well as for Singaporeans who are travelling.
This is an iconic environment where you cannot find anywhere in Singapore, or even in this part of the world. A comfortable indoor environment, lush greenery, an exciting marketplace.
CJs: What is the long game for Jewel?
Over the next few years, we will continue to ensure that the retail trade mix remains relevant to both travellers and Singaporeans. We have been thankful for the Singaporean support over the past two years. We would like to welcome Singaporeans to Jewel more often as they make repeat visits for their recreation and discover new experiences each time they are here. Singaporeans are well-travelled and have quite high standards, so I am sure if we can satisfy Singaporeans’ tastes, we can also continue to appeal to a global audience.
As we speak, we are upgrading our Basement One to enhance the shopping experience. We are bringing in Don Don Donki with its first ever aviation themed store and are quite excited to showcase it when the time comes.
As an iconic development we will continue to enhance our attractions as well, to ensure that each time a tourist or Singaporeans come back to Jewel, there is something to explore each time. We have recently launched Jewel-rassic Quest, an augmented reality game featuring dinosaurs that Singapore has not really seen so far.