SINGAPORE – On Friday (April 26th) about 1 am a sprinkler was activated at the "Precious Stones" Airport, which caused water leakage at several levels of development.
Facebook user Loh Boon Kwang has set up two videos showing water immersion from the higher floors, as well as rooms for collecting water along some hiking trails and before the escalator.
The post has been shared more than 1,000 times since it was placed around 5.30.
In response to questions, Jr.'s spokesman confirmed the incident and said the issue was quickly monitored and resolved with minimal impact on operations.
Some netizens who shared the video joked that it was the second waterfall.
This was a reference to the ghastly swirling HSBC whirlpool, which is the tallest waterfall in the world, and has water falling through the roof at a speed of 10,000 liters per minute.
Earlier this month on April 13, a problem with the Pearl Nozzle resulted in water leakage the third day of its public review.
A gem, a mega-center beside the Changi Airport, officially opened the doors for all Wednesday, after several days of public inspection.
Located next to Terminal 1 at Changi Airport, it is connected to T2 and T3 by air-conditioned travelers.
Among other things, there are 280 restaurants and shops and a large terraced garden called the Forest Valley.