Fun Times at Canopy Playground, Changi Airport T1

Canopy Playground

I discovered this hidden gem at Changi Airport Terminal 1 from one of my favourite mommy blogs. Located at the Viewing Mall at Level 3, Canopy is the first forest-themed indoor playground in the newly-renovated Terminal 1.

If you’re a fan of Changi Airport (just like us!), you have to check this out. The indoor playground comes with play structures that are designed to be safe and fun.

Canopy Playground

Little Edison was busy bouncing on the trampoline, went down the tunnel slide next and climbed up the structures again. The sequence repeated itself for half an hour, but it did not tire him at all. It’s truly a delight to him, even though it’s not as huge as those at the Polliwogs.

Canopy Playground
I’m inside!

Edison @ Canopy Playground
I’m outside!

Parents can supervise their kids in the playground, or take a break and do some plane spotting at the Viewing Area while waiting for the kids to play.

As a standard practice for all indoor playgrounds, parents and children must wear socks before they enter the play area. Socks are available for sale at the counter for $2 each.

Admission is free with a minimum spend of $30 for Changi Rewards member and $50 for non-member (for 30 minutes). Else, you just need to pay $6 for 30 minutes of play time.

Canopy Playground

Edison - Oct 2012

If you’re a regular at Changi Airport, do check out this place and give your kids some bouncy good time. If you’ve been here, let me know if you like the place. I like to hear from you! 🙂

Canopy Playground
  • Venue: Viewing Mall, Level 3, Terminal 1
  • Business Hours: 10.30am to 10.30pm daily
  • Fees: $6 for every 30 minutes play time
  • Age limit is from 18 months to 12 years. Height limit is up to 1.45m.


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Regina October 18, 2012 at 3:26 PM

Oooh!! We were just about to go this weekend! 🙂

Emily October 18, 2012 at 5:06 PM

Hi Regina,
Good to hear that, I’m pretty sure Caden will enjoy himself. I was there last weekend, surprised that it wasn’t as crowded as I thought. Have fun! 🙂

The Wacky Duo October 18, 2012 at 5:09 PM

Great find! One more reason to visit Changi Airport.

Emily October 18, 2012 at 5:24 PM

Hi Marcellus,
Yes, and it’s free. Just grab a can of milk powder from NTUC, get the receipt and redeem a free 30-minutes play. 🙂

Dominique Goh October 20, 2012 at 11:54 AM

Thanks for the shout out. Glad to read that Edison enjoyed himself there. My kids too enjoyed playing there this week.

Emily October 22, 2012 at 1:08 PM

Hi Dom,
Thanks for recommending this place on your blog. We go to Changi Airport pretty often, but seldom walk to T1. Now, we have a new target there.


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