The best airport in the world has just gotten better. You can't find a more ergonomic terminal anywhere else though several other airports that come close to Changi are also in Asia. Now though, Changi's probably making them run for their money.
It has added some new installations inside the terminal including a giant indoor waterfall and a garden. It looks more luxurious now, I'll give you that but in the future, they might continue to improve it so that it will become more eco-friendly (than it is now) and convenient for travelers.
A seven-story waterfall designed by Safdie Architects has become the shining focal point of Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport. The 130-foot “Rain Vortex” is supplied by collected rainwater, and flows at the center of a greenhouse topped by an inverted glass dome.
The new addition also includes five stories of shopping, a netted play area, and a terraced garden called the Shiseido Forest Valley that is dotted with smaller waterfalls accessed by trails.
What more could you ask for? -via Mashable