Stunning 'Wonderfall' At Changi Airport Made Using Over 800 LED Tiles

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Stunning 'Wonderfall' At Changi Airport Made Using Over 800 LED Tiles

Set up in the northern wing of Terminal 2 at Changi Airport in Singapore, ‘The Wonderfall’ is a stunning installation that has managed to create its own fan base online. Upon walking into the area, the four-storey digital waterfall immediately transforms the ambience, captivating spectators with its enchanting visuals. 

Opened to the public in November 2023, this unique blend of art, technology, and, well, nature at Changi Airport’s departure hall makes for a memorable encounter. 

What Is ‘The Wonderfall?’


Opened to the public in November 2023, this unique blend of art, technology, and, well, nature at Changi Airport’s departure hall makes for a memorable encounter | Image: Instagram

In November of the previous year, Changi Airport in Singapore unveiled the impressive new northern wing of Terminal 2, signifying a significant milestone in its ongoing three-and-a-half-year renovation and expansion project, highlighted by the introduction of ‘The Wonderfall.’

This four-storey digital waterfall, skillfully incorporated between two vibrant gardens, has worked to revolutionise the travel experience for the countless individuals traversing the busy international hub.

In the departure hall, The Wonderfall takes centre stage, transcending the role of a mere scenic pause post check-in. 

The tranquil cascades gracefully meander through lively vertical gardens, embracing both sides of the curved LED screen. A door cuts right through the installation’s centre making whoever walks through feel like they’re walking through a waterfall.

'The Wonderfall' At Changi Airport Awes Travellers
A door cuts right through the installation’s centre making whoever walks through feel like they’re walking through a waterfall | Image: Instagram

Crafted with three sizable flat segments, the design ensures everyone has optimal views of the captivating spectacle. The enchanting instrumentals created by the Canadian artist Jean-Michel Blais elevate the overall ambience when synchronised with the video sequences. 

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One of the remarkable innovations is the Jewel, a masterful creation that seamlessly merges an indoor forest with a stunning waterfall, providing an unmatched retail and leisure experience. 

Adding an exhilarating twist to the journey as well, Terminal 3 features “The Slide@T3,” a massive slide designed for thrill-seekers. Terminal 3 also caters to nature enthusiasts with its Butterfly Garden, promising a delightful experience amidst vibrant flora and fauna. 

'The Wonderfall' At Changi Airport Awes Travellers
Terminal 2 is home to the Enchanted Garden, a seamless blend of art and technology that includes motion-sensor flowers responding to visitors’ movements | Image: Instagram

Terminal 2 is home to the Enchanted Garden, a seamless blend of art and technology that includes motion-sensor flowers responding to visitors’ movements. 

Meanwhile, Terminal 1 offers the Social Tree, serving as a digital community hub where travellers can exchange photos and messages, enhancing the interactive and communal aspects of the airport experience.

Watch the video posted by one traveller @jalanjalango showing ‘The Wonderfall’ in all its glory:

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