Jewel’s Canopy Park attractions ranked

'Cause not all of them are included in the entrance fee

Jewel’s Canopy Park attractions ranked
Jewel’s Canopy Park attractions ranked
30/05/2019

Jewel’s Canopy Park attractions ranked

If you have been to the top floor of Jewel Changi Airport (hello, Tiger Street Lab and Burger and Lobster!), you might have tried to sneak more than a few peeks at the sprawling mystical garden that is the Canopy Park.

Spanning approximately 14,000 sqm (or the size of 11 Olympic-size swimming pools), the highly anticipated Canopy Park, which features first-of-its-kind attractions like Singapore’s biggest maze and a whimsical topiary “zoo”, finally opens its doors to the public on June 10.

Home to a total of nine attractions including two gardens, hitting all of them up can cost you a pretty penny - $54* for a bundle package to be exact - so to help you prioritise, we went ahead and ranked the attractions to make planning your visit easier.

*Admission fee to Canopy Park for Singapore residents is $4.50, while access to various attractions will range from $7.20 to $19.80 each. Visitors can purchase tickets online at jewelchangiairport.com or at kiosks at Jewel Changi Airport.

1. Sky Nets - Bouncing
1. Sky Nets - Bouncing
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1. Sky Nets - Bouncing

You don’t have to get on a plane to feel airborne at Changi Airport. Now you can experience the adrenaline rush as you bounce among the trees and make your way through the 250-metre-long netted “trampoline” and slides, though we’ve got to admit, holding our balance was a lot harder than it looks. Its thrill factor comes in the form of an 8-metre high lookout at its highest point.

Tickets: $19.80-$22 (adult), $14.40-$16 (child/senior). Price includes entry to Canopy Park.

1. Sky Nets - Bouncing
1. Sky Nets - Bouncing
30/05/2019

1. Sky Nets - Bouncing

You don’t have to get on a plane to feel airborne at Changi Airport. Now you can experience the adrenaline rush as you bounce among the trees and make your way through the 250-metre-long netted “trampoline” and slides, though we’ve got to admit, holding our balance was a lot harder than it looks. Its thrill factor comes in the form of an 8-metre high lookout at its highest point.

Tickets: $19.80-$22 (adult), $14.40-$16 (child/senior). Price includes entry to Canopy Park.

2. Sky Nets – Walking
2. Sky Nets – Walking
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2. Sky Nets – Walking

Warning: despite its name, making your way across these giant nets is no walk in the park. Even though we do not have a fear of heights, we couldn’t help but feel a little jittery when traipsing across the taut web – and our fears were compounded when some people tried leaping about. When we got to a void that looks down 25 metres to Level 1, we felt our legs go weak. True story.

Tickets: $13.50-$15 (adult), $9-$10 (child/senior). Price includes entry to Canopy Park.

Photo: Canopy Park

2. Sky Nets – Walking
2. Sky Nets – Walking
30/05/2019

2. Sky Nets – Walking

Warning: despite its name, making your way across these giant nets is no walk in the park. Even though we do not have a fear of heights, we couldn’t help but feel a little jittery when traipsing across the taut web – and our fears were compounded when some people tried leaping about. When we got to a void that looks down 25 metres to Level 1, we felt our legs go weak. True story.

Tickets: $13.50-$15 (adult), $9-$10 (child/senior). Price includes entry to Canopy Park.

Photo: Canopy Park

3. Discovery Slides
3. Discovery Slides
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3. Discovery Slides

There’s something about whizzing down slides that never gets old. Part sculpture, part playground, the gleaming attraction comprises four fun slides; a family-friendly slide, two glass-covered spiral slides, and a steep slide (with an almost 90 degree drop) that is not for the faint of heart. We heard grown men yell as they whizzed down. Oh, and don’t forget to take in the breathtaking views of the Canopy Park while you are on the viewing deck of the playground.

Photo: Playpoint (SINGAPORE) Pte Ltd

3. Discovery Slides
3. Discovery Slides
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3. Discovery Slides

There’s something about whizzing down slides that never gets old. Part sculpture, part playground, the gleaming attraction comprises four fun slides; a family-friendly slide, two glass-covered spiral slides, and a steep slide (with an almost 90 degree drop) that is not for the faint of heart. We heard grown men yell as they whizzed down. Oh, and don’t forget to take in the breathtaking views of the Canopy Park while you are on the viewing deck of the playground.

4. Topiary Walk
4. Topiary Walk
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4. Topiary Walk

Move over, Singapore Zoo. The whimsical animal shrubs at the Topiary Walk have stolen our hearts. Amidst the luscious greenery are nine intricate and colourful life-sized wildlife sculptures which are made out of vibrant ferns and flowers. Whether it is hamming it up as the third member of the wise monkeys - or in this case orangutans - or snagging a selfie with the striking rainbow chameleon, you will be spoilt for choice with so many spots that are great for the 'gram here.

4. Topiary Walk
4. Topiary Walk
30/05/2019

4. Topiary Walk

Move over, Singapore Zoo. The whimsical animal shrubs at the Topiary Walk have stolen our hearts. Amidst the luscious greenery are nine intricate and colourful life-sized wildlife sculptures which are made out of vibrant ferns and flowers. Whether it is hamming it up as the third member of the wise monkeys - or in this case orangutans - or snagging a selfie with the striking rainbow chameleon, you will be spoilt for choice with so many spots that are great for the 'gram here.

5. Foggy Bowls
5. Foggy Bowls
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5. Foggy Bowls

The Foggy Bowls, which are essentially four concave bowls with mist blowing out of them to create an illusion that you are floating on clouds, is designed for kids to roll around and play “hide-and-seek” in. But it’s kind of fun and we like the dreamy, misty effect. We can foresee it becoming a hotspot for taking otherworldly shots.

6. Canopy Bridge
6. Canopy Bridge
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6. Canopy Bridge

Suspended 23 metres above the ground, the Canopy Bridge is nothing but a vantage point to admire the famous Rain Vortex and a fab aerial view of the Forest Valley. In the middle is a glass-bottomed portion for guests to look right through to Level 1 of Jewel, but the downside - or the upside, depending on how afraid you are of heights - is, it has a slightly blurry texture.

Tickets: $7.20-$8

7. Hedge Maze
7. Hedge Maze
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7. Hedge Maze

Lose yourself in the Hedge Maze, Singapore’s largest indoor maze, as you meander your way through corridors, past gates and encounter blooming surprises at one of the turns. Once you’ve worked your way to the elevated watch tower at its core, you will be rewarded with a beautiful view of the maze.

Tickets: $10.80-$12 (adult), $7.20-$8 (child/senior). Price includes entrance to Canopy Park.

8. Mirror Maze
8. Mirror Maze
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8. Mirror Maze

If you are up for another challenge, tackle the disorienting Mirror Maze with the help of “way-finding sticks” (just so you don’t slam into the mirrors which we saw some people do!). It’s a ‘gram-worthy opportunity with the pretty vines hanging overhead and trippy mirrors, but with the lack of puzzles to crack along the way, the experience was pretty ho-hum.

Tickets: $13.50-$15 (adult), $9-$10 (child/senior). Price includes entrance to Canopy Park.

9. Petal Garden
9. Petal Garden
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9. Petal Garden

We didn’t get to see the Petal Garden (it wasn’t ready during the preview), but we got a sneak peek of it during the Jewel preview last month. And though charming in full bloom, the 220 sqm garden, which features seasonal floral displays, is, at the end of the day, just a pretty flower field.

Photo: TODAY

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