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Get back in touch with nature during your Singapore trip with a Singapore Gardens by the Bay Tour!  This spectacular, lush green space by the waterfront will spice up any Singapore vacation.  Built as part of a project to improve the quality of life on the island by increasing the city-state’s natural beauty, Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay boasts the largest glass greenhouse on the planet:  The Flower Dome.  The slightly smaller Cloud Forest is actually a taller dome than the Flower Dome and contains a 135-foot waterfall, Cloud Mountain, and several different levels that each conform to a unique theme.  Make sure you don’t miss out on Supertree Grove during your Singapore sightseeing trip.  These man-made creations are filled with different types of flora and reach up to 160 feet tall.  And, for the kids, the Children’s Garden is sure to pique their interest in flowers by integrating trampolines, balance beams, and hanging bridges into the surrounding scenery.  Stopping by this special kids area is what to do in Singapore if you brought the little ones along with you on your Singapore tour!



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Our tips for Gardens by the Bay

Our tips
  • Head Start.Because Singapore is a city-state with a large population, locals don’t have many places to explore.Thus, the line for the Gardens by the Bay box office can be quite long.Buy your tickets online.
  • Weekday Warrior. Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay become packed during the weekends and holidays.If you want to fully enjoy your Gardens by the Bay trip, try to arrive on a weekday.
  • Ins and Outs.Should you suddenly need to leave the Gardens by the Bay for any reason, don’t fret!You’ll receive a stamp on your arm so you can re-enter later in the day.

Good to know

Best time to visit

The best time for a Singapore Gardens by the Bay Tour is between February and April because that is the start of the dry season in Singapore.  Unsurprisingly, you will likely experience less precipitation during the dry season than you would during other times of the year.  However, the heat and humidity can be felt year-round in Singapore.  And, while you might think that the months of May through August might serve as good times to visit, the city-state chokes during these months due to the agricultural fires lit by Singapore’s neighbors.  November through January receives the most rainfall, although the weather is so unpredictable that it’s still possible you’ll enjoy a few days of decent weather during your Singapore trip. 

Getting there

You’ll find no shortage of ways to reach Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay.  If you’re coming by train, you can take the Circle Line, Downtown Line, or East-West Line.  Those arriving by the Circle Line or Downtown Line can hop off the train at the Bayfront MRT Station and take Exit B.  Follow the underground linkway, exit, and cross the Dragonfly Bridge or Meadow Bridge into Gardens by the Bay.  Visitors arriving by the East-West Line should exit the train at Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and use Exit C.  Head towards Bus Stop No. 03223 at International Plaza on Anson Road.  Hop on Bus 400 and alight at Bus Stop No. 03371 on Marina Gardens Drive.  Pedestrians arriving from the Helix Bridge should use the footpath that passes under the East Coast Parkway, which leads to Bay South Garden.  Those walking from Marina Bay Sands Hotel can walk across the Lions Bridge directly into Gardens by the Bay. 

Money saving tips

Flat broke?  No problem!  You can still enjoy some of the Gardens by the Bay without paying a dime.  Entry into the garden is free.  It’s only the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest that charge an admission fee to visitors.   

Did you know?

Trivial Pursuit – Stun your friends with your knowledge about Singapore Gardens by the Bay!

  • Gardens by the Bay’s Supertrees are specially designed vertical gardens displaying flowering creepers, ferns, and epiphytes.
  • As a top Singapore attraction, Gardens by the Bay sees over 8 million visitors come through its doors every year.
  • The planet of Xandar in the film Guardians of the Galaxy was inspired by Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay.
  • Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay is a high-tech nature park that covers 250 acres of reclaimed land.

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