Canopy Park opened at Jewel Changi Airport on the 10th June 2019 and has received plenty of media coverage and public interest that I was quite curious to check it out during a preview organized by the Changi Airport folks along with the Changi Experience Studio. Images of a large net suspended over the higher levels of Jewel Changi Airport seemed to capture the public’s imagination, adding to the overall allure of the mixed-use development.
If you are thinking of visiting Canopy Park and are wondering how the attractions really are like and whether they are worth your money, hopefully this guide can present a well-balanced view of the various facilities and attractions within this 14,000 square meter theme park.
First of all, you have to know that entrance fees to the various attractions don’t exactly come cheap. While the standalone ticket that allows you to enter the Canopy Park alone is priced at a very reasonable S$4.50 for residents / S$5 for non-residents, the ticketed areas require top-ups between S$6 to S$15 per person per attraction while bundled tickets for the entire Canopy Park experience can go as high as S$54 per adult / S$39 per child. If you go for the whole thing, you may find Canopy Park to be the second most expensive theme park in Singapore, behind Universal Studios Singapore but well-above the Night or River Safaris or the various attractions in Sentosa.
Update: Given the current situation, cheaper bundle tickets are now available for Canopy Park. Read until the end for pricing details on the new bundles!
Here is a rundown of the various attractions at Jewel Changi Airport’s Canopy Park: