I dunno. I'll be doing the walk up the steps ( is it 6 flights?) through the 'forest' as well as walking around more generally. And if I have as long layover, I can see myself doing it more than once.Depending what you want out of ‘Jewel’, about 20 minutes should be sufficient.
If you watch the video it talks about the ability to ride a train through without the need to pass C&II couldn't seem to find any info, does anyone know if Jewel is airside or landside of immigration?
We have a long layover in September but at the same time I don't know if it would be worth clearing immigration and back again.
Yes. I was there last night. It is a waterfall and surrounding ‘forrest’. But that section is not overly big, and it is crowded. You can have a look at the waterfall in five minutes.20 minutes? Seriously MEL?
And according to the website there are quite a few feature labelled as 'coming soon'.Yes. I was there last night. It is a waterfall and surrounding ‘forrest’. But that section is not overly big, and it is crowded. You can have a look at the waterfall in five minutes.
The rest of the complex is full of shops and food stalls/restaurants. We walked around that looking for stuff. But it’s a shopping centre and food court.
At night time there is a laser show. That might take more time.
I had no trouble with my carry on, and there were plenty of others there as well.Has anyonebeen back to Jewel since the newer attractions opened i.e the sky nets? My flight is delayed tonight so thought i might check it out before htting the lounge. Web site says no carry-on cases can be taken in so will have to get that stored but are hand bags ok?