Gardens by the Bay

In the heart of Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a stunning mix of nature, art, and technology. This innovative botanical garden covers 101 hectares of reclaimed land and features beautiful horticultural displays, futuristic Supertrees, and the amazing Cloud Forest and Flower Dome. Whether you love nature, enjoy photography, or just need a peaceful break from city life, Gardens by the Bay is a unique spot that captivates and inspires visitors worldwide. Since 2019, the Floral Fantasy has dazzled guests with its creative floral designs and an exciting 4D ride. The OCBC Skyway links two Supertrees, providing spectacular views. Don’t miss the Garden Rhapsody show when the Supertrees light up at 7:45 PM and 8:45 PM.


OCBC Skyway

The OCBC Skyway is a must-see at Gardens by the Bay, giving visitors a special perspective on the park’s stunning scenery. Suspended 22 meters above the ground, this 128-meter-long walkway links two of the towering Supertrees, offering breathtaking views of the gardens and the Marina Bay skyline. As you walk along the skyway, you’ll be surrounded by lush greenery and the innovative design that makes this place so special. The experience becomes even more magical at dusk when the Supertrees light up for the enchanting Garden Rhapsody show. You can buy tickets at the Ticketing Hub or at the Supertree Grove.

Cloud Forest

The Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is a stunning indoor mountain that highlights the beauty of tropical highland ecosystems. Inside a huge glass dome, you’ll find a 35-meter tall Cloud Mountain, covered in a variety of orchids, ferns, and bromeliads. You can wander along the winding walkways that encircle the mountain, soaking in the lush greenery and the impressive waterfall. The misty atmosphere adds to the magical experience. Plus, the Cloud Forest offers insights into environmental conservation, making it both a visual treat and an educational journey.

Flower Dome

The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is a marvel of botanical engineering, replicating the cool-dry climate of Mediterranean regions and semi-arid tropical environments. Spanning 1.2 hectares, this expansive glass conservatory is the largest of its kind in the world. Visitors can wander through diverse landscapes filled with an array of exotic plants and vibrant flowers from around the globe, from ancient olive trees to colorful blooms of the South African savannah. The Flower Dome not only showcases the beauty of these varied ecosystems but also promotes sustainability and conservation, making it a must-visit for nature enthusiasts and curious minds alike.


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