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Visit Gardens by the Bay in Singapore with this admission ticket that includes convenient transport from your hotel. Home to more than 250,000 plants, as well as pavilions, waterways and the spectacular Super Trees, Gardens by the Bay is one of Singapore’s most beautiful outdoor attractions, where you can stroll leisurely through various landscapes that represent diverse ecosystems. See one of the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls in the Cloud Forest conservatory, and admire views of Marina Bay from the Flower Dome conservatory. 

Highlights

  • 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

Admission Ticket to Gardens by the Bay in Singapore with Transport

Man-Made Waterfall in Cloud Tree Grove

After hotel pickup in Singapore, head to Gardens by the Bay, which sits on 250 acres (100 hectares) of prime land on Marina Bay, next to the Marina Bay Sands hotel. When you arrive, explore the park on foot to see its many features.

At Bay South, stare up in wonder at the Super Trees, futuristic-style ‘trees’ that stand 16 stories high. Then visit the Cloud Forest conservatory to experience a misty, lush environment that includes one of the tallest indoor waterfalls in the world amid the tropical plant life. As you explore, learn about this ecosystem and how plants adapt to dry climates.

When you enter the Flower Dome conservatory, you’ll catch a view of Marina Bay and the city skyline while walking through landscapes that mimic the cool, dry environments of the Mediterranean Basin, southwestern Australia, central Chile, South Africa, Spain, California and Italy. Then visit Bay East to see palm trees and flowers that bloom among pretty pavilions.

Walk along the waterfront path to enjoy more views of the bay, and check out Dragonfly Lake and Kingfisher Lake to learn about aquatic plants. There are also attractions dedicated to Singapore’s history, culture and ethnic groups—learn more at the Indian Garden, Chinese Garden, Malay Garden and Colonial Garden.

There is no transportation back to your hotel, so you can continue your sightseeing on your own from Gardens by the Bay. If you get hungry, there are places to eat inside the gardens (own expense). 

Customer Reviews

STANLEY G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Wow what a place. Absolutely stunning. Be prepared to spend the whole day here. Make sure you stay for the Light show at night it is spectacular.

Aussielady Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

I am a keen gardener so Gardens by the Bay was not to be missed! It is amazing and I highly recommend it to everyone, gardener or not. I spent all day there and saw everything, so came away very happy.

aline34

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

This is another MUST DO whilst in Singapore, especially, if like me, you are a keen gardener and nature lover! Dramatic vertical plant displays the Supertrees which come to life when night falls with a spectacular light and sound show at 7.45pm and 8.45pm nightly. The Cloud Forest is an extraordinary 35 metre man made mountain and waterfall bursting with tropical flowers orchids, pitcher plants, impatiens, carnivorous plants, begonias, ferns to mention just a few. Loads of pictures to take at close range if you are a keen photographer and gardener. In the Flower Dome, you get to wander through thousand-year old olive trees, unusual baobabs and flowers/plants which grow in Mediterranean and sub-tropical regions. When we visited mid-December, the Flower Dome was dripping with various Christmas decorations, even the palm trees had red festive ribbons on their trunks! Loads of cafes and restaurants to visit to quench your thirst and satisfy your hunger. It seems IndoChine is situated 50 metres away up at the top of the tallest Supertree although we did not have the time to go, it specialises in Western and Asian bites and signature cocktails and has excellent reviews. Parents can grab light snacks, ice cream and have a coffee whilst watching the kids have a splash with the motion-activated water play facilities at the Children's Garden Café. Gardens by the Bay is huge, and one can easily spend a whole day here. This unique attraction has won several international awards and must not be missed.

Peter M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

A must do these gardens are amazing!

SONIA M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Pick up prompt easy way to get to amazing gardens by the bay

Gillian N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

The most amazing place, we loved it, hard to beat this venue for colour and atmosphere

bturner.au

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Fantastic orchid display and light show at night

jane Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Transport was very handy and on time with guides who were very friendly. Well organised and quick entry with the prepaid tickets. Gardens were amazing and a must see in Singapore.

WESTON W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

My favourite tour in Singapore, so much to see, need 2 full days to take in the whole park. We really enjoyed it here. I would also recommend going on the Singapore flyer as the views looking over the park make the best observation wheel in the world, in my opinion.

Judie

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Absolutely fabulous. We thoroughly enjoyed a day at the Gardens.

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