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The Gardens by the Bay are part of a huge project designed to make Singapore a greener city. With three waterfront gardens set on different sides of the Marina Bay, visitors can explore outdoor gardens full of local plants and indoor Cooled Conservatories, which are home to flora from colder parts of the world. You’ll also see the impressive Supertree Grove, can climb the OCBC Skyway, or take your children to the Children's Garden.
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8 tips for visiting the Gardens by the Bay

Bay South Garden from above | Unsplash: Fahrul Azmi - CC BY 2.0
Plan ahead to be able to discover everythingSince the Bay South Garden is particularly extensive, you should plan at least four hours for a visit to be able to explore all areas. If you don't want to visit all the attractions, you should still plan to spend one or two hours there. But don't miss out on the Supertrees at night!
View of the South Bay Garden | Unsplash: Muhammad Faiz Zulkeflee - CC BY 2.0
Visit the other gardens tooIn addition to the impressive Bay South Garden, there is also the Bay Central Garden and Bay East Garden along Marina Bay. The Central Bay Garden offers a breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline with its three-kilometer-long waterfront. At Bay East Garden, you can visit the beautiful tropical gardens to take a break from the hustle and bustle. Both gardens can be visited free of charge.
A view from Cloud Forest of the Marina Bay Sands | Unsplash: Gigi - CC BY 2.0
Take the opportunity and visit Marina Bay SandsSince the Observation Deck SkyPark of Marina Bay Sands® SkyPark Observation Deck is just a stone's throw away, you should take the opportunity to combine both attractions. At the height of this skyscraper, the sprawling park even has a completely different effect!
Christmas Wonderland at South Bay Garden | Unsplash: shawnanggg - CC BY 2.0
Don't miss out on additional offersDepending on the time of year, the Bay South Garden offers a wide range of cultural activities, which include festivals, concerts, film screenings, exhibitions and pop-up events. Check out the scheduled performances before you visit to make sure to not miss out on them.
Garden Rhapsody at South Bay Garden | Unsplash: Timo Wagner - CC BY 2.0
Plan a night visitThe light and sound show Garden Rhapsody takes daily place at 7:45 pm and 8:45 pm. During the show, the 12 Supertrees literally dance to the music and are a spectacle for young and old. During the time of show the Supertrees are accessible free of charge. During the Garden Rhapsody Show, access to the Supertrees is free of charge, there is also no need to buy an additional ticket for the performance.
Dragonfly Bridge at night | Flickr: dronepicr - CC BY 2.0
Enjoy the viewFrom the nearby Dragonfly Bridge you get a good sight of the Bay South Garden and its Supertrees. A visit is especially recommended in the evening, as the lake of the same name around the bridge is illuminated at night. The bridge can be visited free of charge.
Use the appWith the free Gardens by the Bay app, you can get real-time information on current visitor traffic and learn at the same time more about the gardens, like identifying plants. Also, in addition to interactive games and task paths, a GPS map is provided to explore the park's trails.
Save with a passThe Go City Singapore Pass allows you to visit Singapore's top sights, which is available online in two versions (All-inclusive or Explorer Pass). Among the available attractions are the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and Floral Fantasy. The All-Inclusive Pass is valid for three to seven days and allows unlimited access to all attractions offered. With the Explorer Pass, on the other hand, you have to specify in advance whether you want to visit 3, 4, 5 or 7 sights, in return it is valid for 60 days. Even though local transportation is not included in the Go City Pass, you can choose from a variety of tours and sightseeing buses.
South Bay Garden with its Supertrees and glass houses | Photo: Unsplash, Daniel Welsh - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Spectacular gardens in the middle of the city

Gardens by The Bay is a $625 million project of the city-state of Singapore, which follows the strategy of transforming the city into a garden to improve the quality of life. For this purpose, three green oases, which cover more than 240 acre (100 hectares), were artificially created around Marina Bay: Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay South Garden. The Bay South Garden is not only the largest and newest, but also the most impressive.

Award winning architecture

The two glass houses (Flower Dome and Cloud Forest) along Marina Bay are not only a piece of art from the outside, they are also a real architectual masterpiece since their huge glass roofs have no supports inside. They were designed by London-based architectural firm Wilkinson Eyre. In 2012, the domes were awarded as Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival.

Mediterranean floral variety

The Flower Dome is the bigger one of the two domes and was added 2015 in the Guinness Book of World Records for the world's largest glass house. Mild-dry conditions mimicking the Mediterranean or semi-arid climate zone prevail under this dome, allowing olive trees, orchids, magnolias and baobabs, among others to thrive. The Flower Dome hosts constantly changing flower shows such as Tulipmania, Orchid Extravaganza and Blossom Beats.
Cloud Mountain waterfall inside the Cloud Forest | Photo: Unsplash, Justin Lim - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Tropical forests

The Cloud Forest dome mimics the tropics at an altitude of approximately 1,000 to 3,000 meters (3,280 to 9,842 ft). Through the misty landscape you can explore the tropical highlands, which have many rare vegetations to offer. The highlight of this glasshouse is Cloud Mountain, a 35 m (115 ft) high tower decorated with orchids, flamingo flowers and bromeliads. From the tower, you can access the Tree Top Walk and Cloud Walk bridges, jutting out around the tower. The highlight of this glass house is the waterfall that flows from the top of the tower.
Supertrees covered with 160,000 plants at Bay South Garden | Photo: Unsplash, Izuddin Helmi Adnan - CC-BY-SA 2.0

The spectacle

When leaving the glass houses, one immediately catches sight of the steel Supertrees, which rise 25 to 50 meters in height and are covered with over 160,000 plants. These artificial trees perform important functions such as growing plants, harvesting solar energy and collecting rainwater. Two of the Supertrees are connected by the OCBC Skyway suspension bridge, which can be crossed for a small additional fee. An unforgettable view is offered by the 50-meter-high Supertree Observatory observation deck overlooking the Marina-Bay skyline, for which an additional ticket can be purchased. The undisputed highlight of the Supertrees becomes clear after dark - the Garden Rhapsody Show, which takes place twice a day at evening.
Floral Fantasy at Bay South Garden | Photo: Unsplash, JL Leong - CC-BY-SA 2.0

In blooming fairyland

As soon as you enter the Floral Fantasy attraction, it feels like you've arrived in Wonderland. The attraction consists of four themed areas characterized by extraordinary floral artworks. The areas were inspired by fairy tales and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
OCBC Skyway bridge at Bay South Garden | Photo: Unsplash, Coleen Rivas - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Impressive view

The 128 m long (420 ft) OCBC Skyway Path winds around the Supertrees at a height of 22 meters (72 ft). You can marvel at 150,000 plants, including ferns, orchids and tropical climbers. Of course, the attraction also offers an impressive view of the gardens and Marina Bay.
Children's Garden at Bay South Garden | Photo: Unsplash, Coleen Rivas - CC-BY-SA 2.0

A garden for the little ones

The Children's Garden has an adventure trail that offers year-round attractions for young and old. This garden awaits with interactive games, water games and educational programs. The Children's Garden includes the Toddler Play Zone (for ages 1 to 5), an interactive play area, the Rainforest Climbing Garden and Water Play (for ages 6 to 12) as well as an amphitheater. The Children's Garden is accessible free of charge.

General information

opening hours

Gardens by the Bay is open daily, including Sundays and holidays, from 9 am to 9 pm. The Floral Fantasy attraction is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 am to 8 pm on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. The Children's Garden is open from 9 am to 7 pm Thursday through Sunday and public holidays only. These opening hours may vary during school holiday periods. Last admission is no later than 30 minutes before the attractions close.


Admission to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest costs SGD 53 on site. The ticket for the OCBC Skyway suspension bridge can be purchased at a price of SGD 13. On site, the ticket for Flower Dome costs SGD 12 and for the Floral Fantasy attraction SGD 15.


Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Drive
Singapore 018953


An admission to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest costs SGD 54 on site for children between 3 and 12 years. For the OCBC Skyway Suspension Bridge, children pay SGD 8. On site, the Flower Dome and Supertree Observatory ticket for children costs SGD 13 and the Floral Fantasy attraction ticket costs SGD 16. Infants (under 3 years) are admitted free of charge. Singapore residents (adults, seniors and children) can purchase discounted tickets.

how to get there

The closest train station is Bayfront MRT Station, which is served by the Circle and Downtown lines. The Gardens by the Bay are also served by bus number 400, which departs from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station (East-West line). There are 5 nearby parking lots where you can leave your vehicle for a fee of SGD 0.03 per minute up to a daily limit of SGD 25.
Miriam Dewam
Written byMiriam DewamMiriam is keen on traveling and has a passion for photography, which she can enhance through her cross-media studies. She uses her knowledge as well as first hand experience from diverse travels to help other travellers as a content creator at TicketLens.
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