Readers of Travel + Leisure have voted the Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore as the best in the world for its unusual amenities, including gardens, butterflies, two movie theaters, toy stores, video arcades, a playground, and inflated animals.
Soon, that airport will go to another level when it adds its very own five-story amusement park. Designed by award-winning architect, Moshe Safdie, the park will be enclosed in a huge glass structure–complete with a 131-foot waterfall and all kinds of other features.
The park will have a topiary walk that features some very large stuffed animals.
Guests will also be able to explore a hedge maze made up of 6-foot hedges.
An indoor flower garden complete with floral sculptures will also be featured in the park, providing guests with some delightful scenery.
Younger guests can play amongst simulated clouds.
And if the scenery and views are not enough, a trampoline-like bouncing net that overlooks the park will provide a bit of a thrill for guests.
The park is set to open in 2019 and will only add to this already revolutionary airport.