NOW THAT'S WHAT YOU CALL A WATER FEATURE!
This 40-metre-tall Rain Vortex the world's tallest indoor waterfall – is the centrepiece of Singapore's soon-to-open Jewel Changi Airport.
Conceived by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie as a new "magical garden," Jewel Changi Airport will stand over 10 stories -five above ground and five below - filled with various attractions, gardens, 280 retail and F&B outlets but the most impressive aspect of the project is the Rain Vortex.
The waterfall system will run continuously, helping to cool the interior. During the region's frequent thunderstorms, rainwater will flow at more than 10,000 gallons (37,854 liters) per minute. The rainwater will also be used for building services and landscape irrigation systems.
Another standout feature of the Jewel is named the Canopy Park. This will offer 14,000 sq m (roughly 150,700 sq ft) of attractions including a suspended glass-bottom bridge walk, a hedge maze and mirror maze, and art installations. There will also be an event plaza able to accommodate 1,000 people.
The airport is scheduled to open on 17 April.