The next morning we had to checkout by 9am but our flight to Malaysia wasn’t until 12:50pm so we had time to walk through the newest part of Singapore’s Changi Airport called the Jewel. The centrepiece of the Jewel is the huge indoor waterfall.
Also, at the top of the complex was a canopy park filled with flowers and trees. And until the end of March the canopy admission was free so we took advantage and got some great photos.
Our flight to Kuala Lumpur was with Silk Air, which is a Singapore Airlines company. I think this plane had more people on it then our other two flights! It was a short 1 hour hop from Singapore to Malaysia. Customs was a breeze and so was the luggage pickup. After passing immigration we got ourselves setup with a SIM card for our phones and took transit into the city. It took about an hour to get from the airport to our hotel for the next 3 nights.