Gardens By The Bay

The Gardens By The Bay offers a spectacular day/ night out, that is not only great fun but educational as well. The 101 hectare concept is integral to the ‘City In A Garden’ vision which sees the island state in its own words, “woven into a green and floral tapestry.” The Gardens have been designed to capture the essence of Singapore as the premiere tropical city in a garden environment in which to live, work and play. It’s an impressive vision and one the island-state is well on its way to realizing but, for the most part, it a place to enjoy nature, to enjoy unique horticultural experiences and to have some fun while you do it. With a series of amazing attractions, there is plenty to keep you occupied, as well as a number of venues suitable for making your event memorable and with numerous dining options, there’s no need to get hungry. It is a fantastic experience that is suitable for all the family.

Flower Dome
Its always spring in the Flower Dome, where unique plants bloom in a constantly changing floral display and you can discover plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid subtropical regions. The Flower Dome is spectacular and innovative in design, replicating the cool, dry climate of Mediterranean countries like Italy and Spain as well as South Africa and California. It showcases how plants adapt to arid environments and has a collection of plants from all over the world, reflecting different seasons, festivals and themes. The Flower Dome offers a cool climate to stroll through as you take in the stunning view of the Marina reservoir skyline. Discover amazing plants and flowers from different corners of the globe and be amazed by how the different parts of the trees are used in daily lives across different cultures.
Opening Hours:
Opens 9.00am – 9.00pm daily
Last ticket at 8.00pm daily
Last admission 8.30pm daily

Cloud Forrest
The Cloud Forrest takes you high above the clouds on a 35 metre tall mountain covered in lush vegetation where the world’s tallest indoor waterfall showcases plant life from tropical highlands up to 2,000 metres above sea level. You can ascend to the summit via the lift and descend via two walkways in the clouds for an aerial view of the canopy and mountainside below. As well as a spectacular experience you can learn about the unique biodiversity and geology of cloud forests and the environmental threats they face within the nine unique zones in this cool-moist conservatory.
Opening Hours:
Opens 9.00am – 9.00pm daily
Last ticket at 8.00pm daily
Last admission 8.30pm daily

Supertree Grove
The supertrees are one of the most popular attractions within the Gardens, the 25 to 50 metre high vertical gardens have large canopies that provide shade during the day before coming alive at night with an exhilarating light and sound display. There are twelve trees at the Supertree Grove, while two clusters of three trees can be found in Golden and Silver Gardens. They offer the perfect souvenir pic, having become a defining image of the attraction itself. For a different perspective of the Gardens, head to Supertree Grove and walk along the OCBC Skyway, a 128 metre long walkway at 22 metres high that connects two of the supertrees. The Supertree-top Bistro also offers a great spot to enjoy a panoramic view of the Gardens and the surrounding Marina Bay area.
Hours:
Supertree Grove
5.00am – 2.00am daily

OCBC Skyway
Opens 9.00am – 9.00pm daily
Last ticket at 8.00pm daily
Last admission 8.30pm daily

Heritage Gardens
A group of four themed gardens that take you through the culture of Singapore’s three main ethinc groups and colonial past and the contribution that they made. The Malay Garden ‘a reflection of community, shows the role of edible fruits and medicinal plants used by the local Malay population. The Colonial Garden, ‘a reflection of ambition’, covers plant transportation and profitable crops that have played a significant role in the history and economy of the island-state.
Hours:
5.00am – 2.00am daily

The World Of Plants
The World of Plants is a land of lush greenery where you can learn about the myriad of tropical plants and the systems they support. From how plants disperse their seeds, to the role mushrooms play in rainforest communities and how plants adapt to adverse environments. It’s a spectacular place to spend time, between the Secret Life Of Trees and the Web Of Life you can learn to identif different types of trees or check out topiary animals such as the Orang-Utan, pangolin and hornbill. There are new experiences and discoveries to be made around every corner and information on the world outside of the city.
Hours:
5.00am – 2.00am daily

Dragonfly & Kingfisher Lake
While the lakes add a touch of beauty to the Gardens they are also home to a rich source of aquatic life for both fish and plants. Some of these plants act as natural filters to cleanse water that has been captured from run-offs or pumped in from the connecting Marina reservoir. The plants also ensure a better and cleaner water quality by helping to absorb the excess nitrogen and phosphorus and maintaining a balance of nutrients. The lakes make an excellent place to relax or to take a stroll and learn even more about these fascinating ecosystems.
Hours:
5.00am – 2.00am daily

Bay East Garden
Bay East offers a tranquil spot to chill, relax, contemplate and enjoy the stunning skyline of Singapore’s financial district. The garden is open 24 hours a day and there is no admission charge. It’s a popular picnic spot, a great place for families to enjoy some free time together as well as a great space to embrace your sporty self and enjoy a variety of great recreational activities with a spectacular backdrop.
Hours:
24 Hour Free Of Charge.

Far East Organization Children’s Garden
The part of the gardens that the kids will love. It offers a world of adventure, with numerous interactive play areas, water features as well as educational programmes, mixing learning with a fun experience. It caters to kids from 1 to 12 years old, and there is so much to do, they will never get bored. From exploring a 7.5metre tall tree house to splashing around interactive water tunnels! Great fun and learning awaits you.
Hours:
Tuesday* to Friday
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Last admission at 6:30 PM

Weekends & Public Holidays
9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Last admission at 8:30 PM

Sun Pavilion
The newest Garden attraction, the Sun Pavillion is home to over 1,000 desert plants, including the largest collection of cacti and succulent collections in South East Asia. It transports you to some of the world’s most dynamic drylands and deserts, with a variety of over 1000 plants from the deserts of Madagascar, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and many more. The Sun Pavilion is aptly named, enjoying one of the sunniest locales of the attraction, which replicates the environmental conditions of the plant’s original drylands habitats, meaning they can continue to thrive.
Hours:
9.00am – 9.00pm daily