Visit Gardens by the Bay, one of the Top 10 Indoor Gardens of the World, arguably the nation’s most beautiful masterpiece. Moreover, it was recently awarded the 2014 International Thea Awards for Outstanding Achievement - Botanical Garden, by the Themed Entertainment Association.
Featuring the best of horticultural, sustainability and architectural design, Gardens by the Bay is filled with wonders from every continent except Antarctica. Explore diverse plant life from around the world displayed in its spectacular Cooled Conservatories or marvel at the Supertrees - towering vertical gardens that extend into the sky. Be inspired by nature and let your wonder bloom and experiences flourish.
This award-winning horticultural attraction houses over 500,000 plants. The two cooled conservatories - Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, feature rare and unique plants from around the world.
The Flower Dome replicates the cool and dry Mediterranean climate featuring 9 different gardens such as Baobabs and Bottle Trees, Succulent Garden, Australian Garden, South African Garden, South American Garden, Califonia Garden, Mediterranean Garden, Olive Grove and the Changing Flower Field Display from 5 continents namely Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania.
Explore the highlands amidst orchids, pitcher plants and ferns from the cool-moist Tropical Montane region. Be amazed as you come face to face with the World’s tallest indoor waterfalls at 35 metres and descend through the surreal mist-filled Cloud Walk and explore the rest of the 7 discovery zones for an interactive educational adventure.
OCBC Skyway and Supertrees
Suspended 22 metres above ground, between the vertical gardens of our Supertrees, the OCBC Skyway comes alive nightly with the Garden Rhapsody - a free light and sound show - at 7.45pm and 8.45pm.
Free Outdoor Gardens
The free outdoor gardens showcase the Heritage Gardens - with Indian, Chinese, Malay and Colonial themes. Don’t forget about the World of Plants, featuring the Secret Life of Trees, World of Palms, the Understorey, Fruit & Flowers, Web of Life and Discovery Gardens.