Towering over downtown Singapore, Gardens By The Bay is a horticultural heaven within a Garden City. With its iconic Supertrees, lush botanical gardens, and spectacular conservatories like the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, it's not to be missed!
The Visitor Centre offers the following for a small charge (subject to change); • Self-Guided Trail Map S$1 • Wheelchair and stroller rental S$2 • Conservatories Audio Guide headset rental S$4 • Locker facilities • Strollers on hire • New vaccination-differentiated restrictions in Singapore : Effect from 13 Oct 2021, all guest need to be fully vaccinated before they can enter into any attractions
2021 Gardens by the Bay New Exhibit DALE CHIHULY: GLASS IN BLOOM AN INTERPLAY AND MOVEMENT OF COLOUR AND LIGHT Make a date with us and discover incredible glass sculptures at Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom, coming to you at Gardens by the Bay from April 23–August 1. Premiering in Singapore, this immersive art experience in a garden setting features breathtaking glass masterpieces by world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly that shine with color, light, and form. Discover a spectacular art form through breathtaking installations at one of the most ambitious garden exhibitions at Gardens by the Bay featuring world-renowned glass artist, Dale Chihuly. Encompassing the essence of versatility reflected in glass art, this exhibition delivers unique and diverse experiences by implementing an eclectic mix of art and nature. Through the exhibition, immerse yourself in the beauty and wonder of Chihuly’s artwork installations amid the magnificent natural environment of Gardens by the Bay. --- Discover 101 ways to get lost in 101 hectares of lush green vegetation and flowers from every continent on Earth. Explore the largest glass greenhouse on the planet, and marvel at the world’s largest indoor waterfall cascading down a 42-meter-tall man-made indoor mountain. In the botanical capital of the world, experience “Avatar in Real Life” as you explore the island-state’s crowning glory. Marina Bay’s famed gardens are Asia’s premier eco-tourism destination. Housing two climate-controlled glass biomes — the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest — as well as an imposing canopy of artificial trees, Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay towers above the sprawling urban oasis of Marina Bay. The award-winning park is a testament to man’s integration with nature as it meshes steel and flowers in a man-made mechanical forest. The result? Supertrees, now an iconic element in the Singapore skyline and a landmark in its own right. An escape from the hustle and bustle of Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a shrine to peace and serenity in the busy metropolis. The breathtaking Supertree forest truly captures the imagination, while the stunning conservatories, outdoor lakes, and gardens ensure that there is never a dull moment. Adventure, mystery, natural beauty, and romance - the beauty of Gardens by the Bay will evoke a mixture of emotions as you stroll along the 3km-long waterfront promenade, explore the conservatories or take in the best views of the city skyline. The Supertree Grove The Supertree Grove puts Gardens by the Bay on the map, and was crowned the '#2 Landmark in Singapore' in the 2018 TripAdvisor™ Travelers' Choice Awards. The futuristic Supertrees are reminiscent of the alternate dimension from the award-winning movie Avatar. Tree-like vertical gardens that stretch to the height of 50 meters, these man-made ‘trees’ dominate the Gardens’ landscape, with flowers, ferns, and other flora draped across their steel frames. One can even scale the tallest Supertree – getting unobstructed views of the city’s iconic skyline and the surrounding Marina Bay area. The Supertrees are also the star of the Garden Rhapsody Light Show – an eye-popping display of light and music. The Flower Dome In a country that hosts a climate of perpetual summer, the Flower Dome is an escape from the humid summer to spring. It houses 1.28 hectares of flowers within and is a feast for the senses with its sweet fragrance of flowers, kaleidoscopic colors, and beautiful blooms. The Flower Dome holds the 2015 Guinness World Record for the largest glass greenhouse in the world as well as the largest columnless glasshouse on the planet. It's where you’ll meet exotic wonders such as a 1000-year-old olive tree as you embark on a botanical journey through this stunning garden and flower field. Opening hours: 09:00–21:00 The Cloud Forest This mysterious oasis brings you into an alternate reality as it introduces you to plants from highlands around the world. The star attraction here is a 42-meter-tall mountain covered with bromeliads, pitcher plants, begonias, orchids, and ferns, and it also hosts the world’s largest indoor waterfall at 35 meters. Take in the breathtaking mountain views as you stroll through the Cloud Walk – a walkway that leads you from the treetops down into the caverns and valleys of the man-made mountain. Opening hours: 09:00–20:30 Dragonfly & Kingfisher Lakes The Dragonfly & Kingfisher Lakes will leave you spellbound and thoroughly enthralled. Enjoy a picturesque waterfront garden with beautiful pavilions, lush, wide-open lawns, elegant palm trees, and stunning views of the Singapore skyline. It's an oasis of tranquility in the city.
1. Once your booking is confirmed, you'll receive your QR code e-ticket in an email titled "Your Rakuten Travel Experiences Tickets" 2. Before visiting the attraction, please book your preferred entry time slot at the Gardens by the Bay official website (https://rakuten-travelexp.net/gardens-by-the-bay). This is to ensure safe distancing and better crowd regulation as a COVID-19 prevention measure. You'll then receive an email from Gardens by the Bay confirming your time slot 3. Present your QR code e-ticket on your smartphone at the turnstiles together with your time slot confirmation email from Gardens by the Bay for entry on the day of visit. Your flexible ticket can be used any time within 30 days from date of purchase