Hedge mazes evolved from the knot gardens of Renaissance Europe, dating back to the mid-16th century. They were not intended to confuse, but to provide a unicursal walking path. Modern mazes are fun to explore with the family.


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Hedge Maze, Jewel, Changi Airport

Singapore’s largest indoor hedge maze. The plants are real and tall at a height of 1.8m. The watch tower, at its centre, offers a bird’s eye view of the maze’s intricate design.

@ Canopy Park, Level 5

10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Tickets @ S$ 12.00 for adults, S$ 8.00 for children and seniors.

Tickets for Singapore Residents @ S$ 10.80 for adults, S$ 7.20 for children and seniors.

Hedge Maze tickets include admission to Canopy Park (Discovery Slides#, Foggy Bowls, Petal Garden & Topiary Walk).


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Maze Garden, Pasir Ris Park

This garden is basically for kids. The hedges are short and elements of the structure of the maze reference the nearby mangroves. When you visit, keep time aside to discover and enjoy all there is to do in Pasir Ris Park.


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Maze Garden Tampines

Larger than life, this garden is located near Block 944 Tampines Avenue 5, and was conceived as a communal space for social and community interaction. Part of a renewal programme by the Tampines Town Council, this Garden is easily accessible – within walking distance of the Tampines MRT.