Possibly one of the most Instagrammable spots in Jewel Changi Airport, Discovery Slides is a 4-slide-in-1 sculptural playscape with a magnificient views of the HSBC Rain Vortex and the Shiseido Forest Valley atop a 6.5m high platform. Not a fan of gliding down the slide? No problem! Spend your time striking poses in front of the reflective base of the slides, where simple poses can make for great works fo art, inspired by distortion and perspective.
2. Topiary Walk
Take a we/selfie on the wild side! Topiary Walk's ultra-realistic looking topiary animals, some native only to the Southeast Asia region, makes it a must-visit photo spot in Jewel Changi Airport.
Whether you're striking a pose with the expressive orangutans, or taking in the awe of the majestic peacock and capturing multiple angles of the cute pink elephant spouting water, it's alright that you don't have any favourites - for all of them are equally lovable.
There's only one way to get high-up-close-and-personal with the HSBC Rain Vortex, and that's to get on the 50-metre long, 25-metre high Canopy Bridge.
Do stick around to catch the soft mist rolling onto the bridge, making you feel as if you're walking on clouds.
Whether you're a thrillseeker or have overcome your nerves to get on the bridge, be rewarded with an unobstructed view of the spectecular HSBC Rain Vortex and lush Shiseido Forest Valley.
On sunny days, you may even get a clear view of a beautiful rainbow forming at the HSBC Rain Vortex. When evening falls, the Canopy Bridge is a popular spot to catch the spectular light-and-sound show in the evening.
As the largest indoor hedge maze in Singapore, the sense of rush you'll experience is less on getting lost in the dense foliage, and more on the intrigue as you navigate through the turns leisurely (emphasis on leisure).
Heighten your experience by admiring the various decorative gates and gently trailing your hand on the finger mazes that you'll find along the way. Conquer the puzzle and emerge from a circular look-out platform for a picturesque view of the maze.
When you least expect it, blossoming blooms will line your path to show you the way to the look-out tower - keep calm and try not to blink!
There's fashionably late and there's fashionably lost. As the world’s first mirror maze combined within a garden setting, it's absolutely normal to find more than one way to enjoy your time in the Mirror Maze.
The plants hanging overhead and sunlight streaming in create dappled lighting into the maze, providing a mindboggling contrast - whip out the cameras and start posing!
It's hard to resists one's reflection and the design of the Mirror Maze is counting on that to pose challenges every step of the way. Make full use of the foamstick provided upon entering to feel your way around.
You don't have to fly to feel extreme lightlessness. Get on the Manulife Sky Nets – Walking, which is suspended over a five-storey high void. Marvel at the 25-metre drop while you maintain your balance is key to etching the time spent there as one for the memories.
Bounce and jiggle on the Manulife Sky Nets – Bouncing, a 250-metre long net with an 8-metre high lookout at its highest point. Experience near weightless as you frolick about without a care in the world.
It pays to be prepared. Wear comfortable walking shoes and appropriate attire when using the nets. Safety first and fun will follow!
7. Foggy Bowls
Visitors will clamour to occupy Foggy Bowls, thanks to the mysterious of element of mist randomly released to fill the concave bowls, creating a sense of wonder - and bringing out the child in you.
With an immersive experience akin to playing among clouds, you'll come to appreciate the science behind recreating the natural phenomena. The mist is released at random timings so it makes it a perfect spot for relaxing and play. The fun is in the unpredictably after all!