Gardens by the bay are man-made incredible nature park premises in the bay area of Singapore. This sprawling area is spread on 101 hectares in central Singapore. This mechanical garden is an icon of Singapore tourism. The vision of Singapore government was to bring a city in the garden, they wanted to make an environment for their citizens to live in peace and give them better surroundings to work.
18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Address:18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Tel: +65 6420 6848
Hours: Daily 05:00 - 02:00
The timing for outdoor garden is 05:00 to 02:00 daily, for conservatories and OCBC Skyway is 09:00 - 21:00 For Far East Organisation Children's Garden, is 09:00 - 21:00 on weekends and holidays, 10:00 - 19:00 from Tuesday to Friday, and closed on Mondays.
Admission to Gardens by the Bay
Entrance fees to the two conservatories: Flower Dome and Cloud Forest (both to be completed on the same day).
It is an iconic destination for waterfront gardens and conservatories, with flora and fauna that gives the pleaser to adults, kids, families.
MRT: The Bayfront MRT Station and Tanjong Pager MRT Station are the closest to the place.
Shuttle: The shuttle runs between Bayfront MRT and Conservatories in every 10 minutes; it is wheelchair compliant.
Bus: Board bus No. 400 and get down at bus stop No. 03371 along Marina Gardens Drive, From Tanjong Pagar MRT Station take exit C and go towards stop no. 0323 located at Anson Road.
Their vision is to give their city a garden artistry that represents Singapore to the world. The $1 Billion fantasy garden consists of three waterfront gardens – Bay South Garden, Bay Central Garden and Bay East Garden. Bay South Garden is the largest of three gardens with 54 hectares that opened in 2012. This area has 18 super trees that generate solar power and collect rainwater to generate electricity and solar power to convert sunlight into energy. Each Supertree’s height is between 25 to 50 meters. Over 200 species of the planet and flowers are at the exterior of this vertical garden. You can enjoy music concerts, movie screenings, community events and school programs all within this magnificent premise.
Bay East Garden was opened in 2011 and it is the 2nd largest with a 32-hectare area. This space is opened to the public and has an unobstructed view of the city skyline. It is designed in the shape of a tropical leaf with its own design and theme. Bay Central Garden provides a link between the East Garden and South Garden. It is spread acoss 15 hectares that give you a fabulous view of the city. This garden is inspired by the culture of Singapore’s ethnic groups Indian, Chinese, and Malay.
Gardens by the Bay has two conservatory complexes, one is the Flower Dome and the other is the Cloud Forest. The Flower Dome is the world’s largest glass greenhouse, holding the Guinness World Record! It is a large area with a height of 38 Meters and maintains the temperature of 23 °C to 25 °C. In this quaint little town, tulips grow on the top like cupcakes. The Cloud Forest has a cool moist condition; at the highest point of the mountain there are vegetables found growing at 2000 meters above the sea level. The Crystal Mountain will help you know the importance of fossils and understand our planet's past. The cloud walk will let you look closer at various plant species. Treetop Walk is close to the forest canopy and gives you a bird's eye view. The Secret Garden is opened recently with 7,000 plants comprising more than 130 species.
OCBC Skyway, with a height of 22 meters and 128 meters long walkway, is the best place to click some snapshots with the beauty of its surrounding area. The Children Garden attracts your child with educational programs and water games. Bay East Garden is an open lawn with a fabulous view of the marina bay skyline. It is the place where you can chill out and enjoy the open area. There are many Art Sculptures placed in The Gardens by the Bay with incredible craft and stonework like Moongate, Planet Guardian Lions at the end of the supertree, trio of kingfishers at the Kingfisher Lake.