5 Highlights To Look Forward To At Changi Airport’s New Terminal 4

Move aside Kinetic Rain, here comes Terminal 4's Petalclouds

While the highly-anticipated lifestyle hub Jewel is only set to open in 2019, Changi Airport has whetted our aviation desires with the unveiling of the newest Terminal 4.

Though it may be Changi Airport's smallest passenger terminal, T4 is still mighty in its own right, touting posh boutique interiors bedecked with state-of-the-art tech machines that are currently available only at this aviation abode.

The terminal is expected to hold a capacity of 16 million passenger movements a year, while a total of nine airlines - the Air Asia Group (four airlines), Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific, Korean Air, Spring Airlines and Vietnam Airlines will begin operation in conjunction with the terminal's opening.

Aside from over 500,000 plants that will fill the entire terminal, watch out for a fleet of adorable automatic cleaning robots making their rounds to ensure everything is spick and span.


But that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Here are five other highlights to look forward to at Changi Airport's new Terminal 4:

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2. Various Art Installations 

Ardent art lovers will be thrilled to know that a variety of art sculptures are put up on display at the new aerospace abode.

Some of the artworks include steel feathered friends from Les Oiseaux (The Birds) situated at the Arrival and Deapture Halls, and Hey, Ah Chek! by Chong Fah Cheong – the same artist responsible for the bronze installation of five young boys jumping into the Singapore River.

Similar to T1’s Kinetic Rain, T4 flaunts its very own kinetic installation with the Petalclouds, which is inspired by orchid petals.

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