- Admission to Gardens by the Bay in Singapore
- Witness the world’s tallest indoor waterfall in the Cloud Forest
- See a wide array of flowers and journey through diverse climates in the Flower Dome
- Admire lush vegetation, grand pavilions, pretty lakes and amazing views of Marina Bay’s skyline
- Hotel pickup included
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What You Can Expect
Head to Bay South, the park's largest waterfront garden, where you’ll find futuristic-looking trees and vertical gardens up to 16 stories high.
In the Cloud Forest conservatory, enter a mysterious world whose mist unveils lush vegetation and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Here, you'll encounter plant life from tropical highlands around the world and learn about unique biodiversity and the adaptation of plants to arid environments.
In the Flower Dome conservatory, enjoy a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline as you journey through replicas of cool, dry climates of the Mediterranean Basin, Southwest Australia, South Africa, Central Chile, parts of Spain and Italy and California.
At Bay East, see a unique mix of pretty pavilions, lush lawns, tropical palm trees and natural blossoms of all kinds. Head to the waterfront promenade to catch more amazing views of the Marina Bay skyline.
Dive below the surface at Dragonfly Lake and Kingfisher Lake, where you’ll learn about marine life and aquatic plants. Take a stroll on the boardwalk to discover more fascinating facts about the ecosystems.
You can also journey through the history and culture of Singapore’s colonial past and three main ethnic groups at the Heritage Gardens, home to the Indian Garden, Chinese Garden, Malay Garden, Colonial Garden.
Gardens by the Bay offers luxury and casual dining establishments offering both local and international cuisine, so you can take a break from exploring to enjoy a delicious meal (own expense).
Amazing, pleasant, beautiful! Wish we could spend our whole day here! For those who love nature, who love trees, who love to be among greens, science and love of nature – this is a brilliant choice!
Do consider taking the audio tour (more than once!) and explore on foot to discover the many brilliant offerings – plenty of interesting science work displays. Do not miss the 5-degree exhibition or the Planet (the giant 'sleeping baby' sculpture by internationally acclaimed British sculptor Marc Quinn. "The sculpture, which is a depiction of the artist’s infant son, appears to float above the ground and is a technical tour-de-force."). Check out for science exhibition works by students. Also, on your way out from the Flower Dome, do notice the amazing 3D kiosks!