Wonder, Education and Exploration.
The award winning Singapore tourist attraction of Gardens by the Bay features unique architectural design along with a majestic horticultural experience. Discover diverse flora and fauna from around the world in these cooled conservatories.
The Flower Dome houses thousand year old olive trees among the rest of the 30,000 plants, beautifully displayed across nine different gardens.
We were surprised to discover we shared the same surname with the sculptor Bruno Catalano, whose work is displayed in the Flower Dome of Gardens by the Bay!
The Cloud Forest features the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. With interactive discovery areas and a breathtaking 35 metre man made mountain, the cloud walk and the tree top walk, which are 2,000 metres above sea level, creates the impression of walking within the clouds!
Looking down from the very top of the cloud walk…
A combination of Lego and carnivorous plants on display here…
There is so much to discover at Gardens by the Bay. Don’t miss the Secret Garden, the OCBC Skyway, where the Supertrees are magically bought to life each evening with a light and sound show, the children’s garden with fountains and water play areas and the delicious dining district of Satay by the Bay, where you can feast on enticing local dishes at the food court.
As we were there in September , the Autumn Harvest special attraction was present throughout the Gardens. Lavish flower fields and an abundance of orange pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, traditionally incorporated the Halloween theme through the garden trail. The vibrant colours and exquisite handcrafted lanterns were a joy to view.
Guided tours are also available, so if you are in Singapore make sure you immerse yourself for the day in this fascinating and unforgettable adventure.
For information, opening times and prices, click here to take you to the Gardens by the Bay website.
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