Explore Gardens By The Bay in Singapore

Top 10 Indoor Gardens of the World” 

– FoxNews.com

“Avatar in real life: Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay” 

– The Sydney Morning Herald

Featuring more than one million plants from more than 5,000 species, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore showcases the best of horticulture, sustainability and architectural design. It is a must-see on any visit to Singapore, filled with wonders from around the world.


Awarded by Guinness World Record, the World’s Largest Glass Greenhouse – Flower Dome houses unique plants from 5 continents – Asia, Europe, Africa, America and Australia.

The wide array of plants are featured in replicated cool and dry Mediterranean climate and semiarid subtropical regions of the world in 9 different gardens – Baobabs and Bottle Trees, Succulent Garden, Australian Garden, South African Garden, South American Garden, California Garden, Mediterranean Garden, Olive Grove and Changing Flower Field Display. The vivid floral displays on the Flower Field are refreshed periodically to bring ever-changing horticultural experiences to visitors.


Gardens in the Flower Dome (image credit: Gardens By the Bay)


The Flower Dome sits alongside the 0.8-hectare Cloud Forest. A mysterious world veiled in mist, surrounded by over 60,000 plants and floral gems from the Tropical Montane regions. Be amazed as you come face-to-face with the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at 35 metres! Go on a trek behind the waterfall and enjoy the refreshing cool air and majestic views of the waterfall below.

Descend through the surreal mist-veiled Cloud Walk and explore the 7 discovery zones – Cloud Walk, Lost World, Waterfall View, Crystal Mountain, Earth Check, +5 Degrees and Secret Garden. Unlike most temperate greenhouses with warm interiors, the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest are climate-controlled in a sustainable, energy-efficient manner; this provides a cool environment that brings forth the concept of perpetual spring in the tropics.

Cloud Forest Waterfall at night (image credit: Gardens By the Bay)


At a height of 22 metres, surrounded by panoramic vistas of the Gardens and Marina Bay skyline, the 128-metre long aerial walkway is an experience not to be missed!

During the day stroll along the OCBC Skyway, it presents glorious photo-taking opportunities to capture the scenic beauty of the surrounding flora. As dusk falls, the captivating Marina Bay skyline emerges and the entire area comes alive nightly with the Garden Rhapsody – a free light and sound show at 7.45pm and 8.45pm.


Supertrees and Conservatory (image credit: Gardens By the Bay)


See our short stay package to this amazing garden haven!

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One thought on “Explore Gardens By The Bay in Singapore

  1. Sounds like a nice trip! I’d like to visit Singapore. There may not be much for horseback riding but they’ll be other activities I can enjoy.

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