Design details revealed for Canopy Park concept at Changi Airport’s Jewel complex

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Changi Airport Group (CAG) has unveiled the latest design details for its new Canopy Park concept, one of three main attractions located in its Jewel mixed-use complex at Changi Airport in Singapore.

The Jewel complex spans 10 floors and is encased in a distinctive steel and glass façade. Scheduled for completion in early 2019, the facility will combine unique play attractions, a five-story indoor garden, hotels, and multiple shopping and dining options to create a world-class lifestyle destination.

Canopy Park will be the third centerpiece of Jewel along with the Forest Valley, a five-story garden filled with thousands of trees, plants, ferns and shrubs, and the 40m (130ft) high Rain Vortex, which will be the world’s tallest indoor waterfall.

The newly-unveiled elements of Canopy Park include three iconic play attractions – Sky Nets, Canopy Mazes, and Discovery Slides. It will also have open play areas including Foggy Bowls, for children to wander through mists of water replicating the feeling of walking among clouds.

Jean Hung, CEO, Jewel Changi Airport, a joint venture between CAG and CapitaLand, said, “Not only will Jewel capture the hearts and minds of travelers and boost Singapore’s appeal as a transit hub, it will enhance the Changi Airport experience for our passengers and visitors. More importantly, it will be a space where Singapore meets the world to allow for sharing of ideas at the doorstep of Changi Airport.”

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