As highlighted in the online edition of the Hindustan Times last month, Singapore Changi Airport is open to the public to experience glamping here, a more modern form of camping. The initiative is called “Glampcations in the Clouds” and targets families who can now camp at Jewel, the airport’s nature-themed entertainment complex. Apart from an overnight stay amidst greenery, they can also enjoy the sights and sounds of the HSBC Rain Vortex, the largest indoor waterfall in the world. Other experiences such as bouncing on a sky net, seasonal dining and topiary walks are on offer too.
While Changi Airport has seen passenger arrivals drop due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is expecting more inbound visitors this year. In Singapore, serviced apartments provide an ideal accommodation choice for arriving business and leisure travellers; these include those at properties like Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore which follow strict health and hygiene measures to ensure a safe stay.