Construction Update | Structural Framing Completed at Jewel Changi Airport

As construction progresses on Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore's Straits Times takes a detailed look into the unique features that travelers will enjoy in early 2019. 

Details available in the 28 December 2017 edition of the Straits Times featured here.



Travel + Leisure magazine also profiled the upcoming opening of Jewel in this feature from December 2017.

Singapore's Changi Airport is already the World's Best, and it has no plans to give up the title. An enormous dome-shaped facade made of glass and steel, called Jewel Changi, is due to be finished in the fourth quarter of 2018, opening to the public by early 2019.

Clad in 9,600 pieces of glass and with indoor gardens, walking trails and mazes, Jewel Changi will feature 340 species of planets, including a dedicated Avenue of Trees.


Read the entire feature in Travel + Leisure

Download the Straits Times infographic below.

Published in Media on December 28, 2017

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