Planning a visit to Jewel Changi Airport has never been more exciting. Especially if you’re a fan of local Mandopop star, JJ Lin. Or if you’re looking for something new to spice up your weekend plans…
Or as a matter of fact, your everyday plans.
Ever wanted to see the dancing fountains of The Bellagio but just never had the chance to? Fret not! We have a local solution just for you.
Guests can now awe at a brand new light and sound show at Jewel’s renowned indoor waterfall. Also known as the “Instagram Waterfall”.
Playing With the Audience’s Perception of Reality
According to The Straits Times, the sound and light show, held at the famous 40m-tall HSBC Rain vortex will put an emphasis on the water’s dynamics, leaving the audience amused and a little confused with what’s real and what’s not.
In layman terms, expect to be blown away as lights, colours, and music are married to create a visual spectacle for your viewing pleasure.
The first show was played just last Friday, 18 October, at 7.30pm. There will be three shows per night from 19 October to 14 November. The first being at 7.30pm, followed by another at 9.30pm, and the final show at 11.30pm.
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From 15 November onwards, all the way to 5 January 2020, the sound and light show will play twice at 8.30pm and 10.30pm.
Celebrating Six Months of Operation
The new sound and light show featuring JJ Lin’s brand new single will be the third show to be put up by Jewel.
The masterminds behind the single, I Believe, are veteran composer, Dick Lee, and music director, Goh Keng Long.
The announcement of the light show was amongst the many announcements made by Jewel. Can you believe that?
It’s been almost six months! If you haven’t found the reason to go down to Jewel, now you have.
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