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Things To Do at Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Are you a fan of plants and the great outdoors? Alternatively, are you fascinated by massive technologies and inventive architecture? In Singapore’s Central Region, Gardens by the Bay offer the best of both worlds in one convenient location. This location is near Marina Bay Sands, only needs a few minutes to go to Marina Bay.

This park represents the city’s attempt to develop into a “City in a Garden” while educating the public about plant life and its various species. With everything from cooled conservatories and towering Supertrees to family-friendly parks and facilities, there’s something for everyone here to discover.

Gardens By The Bay Supertree Grove

This is the primary attraction of Gardens By the Bay Singapore. It’s the main reason travelers visit daily. The magnificent Supertrees range in height from 25 to 50 meters. The renowned tree-like vertical gardens host the Garden Rhapsody light show every evening. Their enormous canopies give shade throughout the day, while the 22-meter-high OCBC Skyway offers panoramic views of the gardens.

There are plenty of places to rest beneath the Supertrees or bring a picnic to enjoy at Gardens By The Bay. Twelve of the 18 Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay can be found here at Supertree Grove, the highest reaching 16 stories.

The Garden Rhapsody light show features stunning colors and music. Every day at 7:45 pm and 8:45 pm, these 15 minutes of wonder are a must-see in Singapore! You can stay at the best hotels in Marina Bay because you just need a few minutes to go to this place.

Gardens By The Bay Flower Dome

The Flower Dome at Gardens By The Bay is the world’s largest glass greenhouse, according to the 2015 Guinness World Records.

This is one of the world’s most amazing plant and floral displays, from baobabs and bottle trees to Australian, Californian, and Mediterranean gardens. The Flower Dome’s temperature is regulated between 23°C and 25°C. Also, the humidity is kept between 60% and 80% to allow the plants to thrive.

To enter the Flower Dome + Cloud Forest, you require an E-Ticket. It makes for a lovely afternoon stroll, especially if you appreciate flowers. As well as a welcome relief from the occasionally oppressive Singapore humidity.

The dome’s 16,000m2 surface required 3,332 glass panels of 42 various shapes and sizes.

Gardens By The Bay Cloud Forest

The Cloud Forest is a 35-meter tall mountain covered in lush vegetation and has the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. It is right next to the Flower Dome. In the Cloud Forest, you’ll find yourself in a more mysterious world than the Flower Dome. The misty atmosphere will make it easier for you to find your way around and enjoy the scenery.

It’s a great place to learn about the rare plants found in Gardens By The Bay and how they’re quickly vanishing from their habitat. Plants from tropical highlands, usually found at least 2,000 meters above sea level, can be found there.

It’s almost like an artificial forest with a set of rules for the weather! Generally, most people take an elevator and rewind their way down to the exit. They look at all of the plants and educational opportunities as they go and how to get there.

Again, the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest are open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm every day. You will need an E-Ticket to get in.

Make sure to check out the giant waterfall, which has become a famous Instagram photo spot for tourists. You can see it from a boardwalk on top, where you can also get a great view of the waterfall.

At some point, you’ll be in awe of how beautiful everything looks from on top and how much fun it is to walk around the dome itself.

OCBC Skyway

People can walk on the OCBC Skyway, which is 128 meters long and connects the magic of the Supertree Grove to the OCBC Skyway Bridge.

This high-rise platform is 22 meters tall, and it’s a great way to see the garden from above.

It connects two of the Garden’s most popular futuristic attractions, the Supertrees. Visitors can get a close look at the technical wonders of the Garden’s most famous attraction from this point on.

Every day from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, you will need to buy a ticket to get in. You can buy one in advance here: Access to both Gardens By The Bay and the OCBC Skyway is included in this deal.

The whole Skyway can be done in 10-15 minutes, but the views aren’t just of the Gardens. They also show Singapore’s harbor and the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

We went there in the morning, so it was very quiet. We can imagine that it gets even more beautiful as the day goes on. But, on the other hand, the view from OCBC Skyway as the sun goes down and Singapore lights up must be stunning, too.

It doesn’t matter which way you look at it. Your Gardens By The Bay Singapore trip will be over once you’ve crossed the high-flying yellow bridge.