Spend as long as you wish, the gardens are open until 9pm.
Check official website timings before you visit.
Pickups start at 8:30am
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Gardens By The Bay.
Featuring more than 1 million plants from more than 5,000 species, Gardens by the Bay is a must-see destination filled with wonders from around the world. Your tour begins at outside your hotel in Singapore, where you will be picked up and taken to the tour coordination center. From there, a coach will take you to the Gardens by the Bay, where you will learn the secret why Singapore is called the Garden City! Gardens by the Bay consists of three distinctive waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central, spanning a total of 101 hectares.
Each park is built using the best of sustainable technology, including solar-powered lighting and rainwater collection and recycling systems. The Bay South Garden is the newest addition to the park, including the massive Supertree Grove, the world’s largest columnless greenhouse, and two unique all-weather observatories.
The Flower Dome maintains a stable Mediterranean climate, with seven distinct gardens representing five continents. The smaller but higher Cloud Forest observatory allows you to explore the various levels of a tropical mountain forest. This attraction owns the proud title of "World's Largest Glass Greenhouse!"
The Cloud Forest contains a 35-metre man-made waterfall and encloses moist and cool Tropical Montane climate. Stroll above the jungle canopy via aerial walkways, the walk extends from the foothills through a treetop jungle to the Cloud Mountain, crossing past waterfall to the Lost World full of interesting pitcher plants, gorgeous orchids, and exciting fly-trapping plants.
The Supertree Grove ranges from 25m to 50m in height, and the vista from the OCBC Skyway reveals the intricate park design and the nearby marina. Enjoy the panoramic view from the OCBC Skyway. Watch the spectacular Garden Rhapsody and see the Supertrees come alive at night with a dazzling display of lights bursting across the sky.
In 2020, escape to a kingdom far far away, as magical tales come to life chapter by chapter at the changing floral displays at Flower Dome.
Dahlia Dreams: 17 Jan to 23 Feb
Kick-off the year by treating your eyes to 70 different types of captivating dahlia blooms during Dahlia Dreams – The Heavenly Race with Chinese-inspired themes.
Sakura Matsuri: 6 Mar to 29 Mar
Step into the villages of Japan amidst 400 breathtaking cherry and peach blossoms whilst unfolding the story of the Peach Boy. Also part of the experience is a Japanese tea ceremony.
Tulipmania: 10 Apr to 10 May
Get transported to the Dutch countryside wandering through the oh-so-colourful tulip fields and reimagine the greatest love story of all time at Tulipmania.
Summer in Wonderland: 11 May to 5 Jul
Feel like an Alice in Wonderland when you tip-toe past the giant topiary created with different summer flowers in this themed floral display.
Orchid Extravaganza: 17 Jul to 13 Sept
An orchid paradise awaits to treat awe you with some of the wildest and mysterious orchids flourishing in an exotic Amazon setting.
The Hanging Gardens: 25 Sept to 1 Nov
This themed garden will take you back in time to experience one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - the fabled gardens of Babylon.
Poinsettia Wishes: 13 Nov to 3 Jan
Feel the magical moments on Christmas Eve as you walk among and admire the vibrant red poinsettias.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other device.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.
Please check exact dates on the official website. Timings are subject to change.
To download the closure dates for individual observatories click here
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