Gardens by the Bay

Awesome Supertrees, Cool Flower Dome and Cloud Forest

Gardens by the Bay, the newest Singapore attractions in 2012, is located in the heart of Marina Bay and aims to become the world's most premier tropical garden.

Singapore's location near the equator makes it the perfect location for a lush tropical paradise, and these new gardens in Marina Bay plan to offer that and so much more.

Gardens by the Bay Flower Dome and Cloud Forest

The attraction actually consists of three separate gardens - Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central - spread out over 101 hectares (the size of 177 football fields) surrounding the Marina Channel. Singapore is transforming itself from a Garden City to City in a Garden, and these waterfront gardens are helping us accomplish that goal.

Gardens by the Bay Opening Hours

It opens from 5am to 2am daily. The two conservatories and aerial walkway will be open from 9am to 9pm.

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Gardens by the Bay Ticket Prices

Entry to the garden is free, but admission fees will apply to the two conservatories, the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, and at the 128m-long aerial walkway. 

Inside Flower Dome. 

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Inside Cloud Forest.

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Please refer to the following table for special discounted tickets for locals and residents. Book Your Tickets Online to avoid long queue at the ticketing booth.

Rates Non-residents (Two conservatories) Residents (Two conservatories) Residents (One conservatory) Aerial walkway
Senior citizen(over 60)

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Bay South

The Bay South Garden is the largest, sprawling across 54 hectares, and will serve as the heart of the Garden City. The key feature of the Bay South Garden is the Conservatory Complex, which will showcase annual plants and flowering species from Mediterranean, Tropical Montane, and temperate climates in two separate cool buildings. read more »

Chinese Garden of Bay South Garden. View more Bay South Photos.

Supertrees Grove. View more Supertrees Photos.

The Supertrees

As you walk through the garden, you'll be wowed by clusters of supertrees, ranging from 25 to 50 meter in height. These trees, concrete-and-metal structures look like trees, serve several purposes: they act as a vertical tropical garden, as the engine room for the environmental systems of the conservatory, and as rainwater receptacles. They will also be lit up at night, and some will connect by walkways to give you an aerial view of the garden.

Supertrees with Marina Bay Sands in the background

On top of the 128m-long Aerial Walkway. View more Supertrees Photos.

Horticulture Show Gardens

The Horticulture Show Gardens will show you the best of the best when it comes to tropical horticulture and garden artistry. Two separate collections center on the themes "Plants and People" and "Plants and Planet." The Heritage Garden tells the story of Singapore's three distinct ethnic groups with a Malay Garden, an Indian Garden, and a Chinese Garden. The Colonial Garden rounds off the Heritage Gardens by telling the story of how plants were the driving force behind the lucrative trade between the East and the West. The second garden in the Heritage Gardens is the World of Plants, which shows our planet's biodiversity.

A two-hectare area is devoted to a large stage area that can hold up to 7000 people. The stage will have a retractable covering to offer protection from the elements for some of the seating area. The Flower Market, off of East Coast Parkway, will house events, retailers, and visitor centers. It will also make travel convenient, as it will connect to the Marina Bayfront MRT station by an underpass.

Bay East

If you're looking for a place to stroll along the waterfront and engage in some aquatic sports, Bay East is the perfect spot in the Gardens By the Bay for you. The 32-hectare garden stretches along the Marina Channel Promenade and linking Bay South and Bay Central gardens, and is a recreational haven, with water sports, canoeing, and dragon boat races. The Boating Quay serves as a main entrance into the Gardens and will hold the boating slip for the dragon boats and canoes.

Water and Food Gardens

The Water Gardens of Bay East feature a cascading waterfall that ends in a wading and wave pool. Bay East will also appeal to foodies, as the Food Gardens will display the myriad of food plants used throughout Singapore and South East Asia. Dining and beverage outlets accompany the Food Gardens. The Theme Building tells an interactive story about plants, animals, and water in nature and trade.

Bay Central

An official approved plan for the Bay Central has not yet been chosen. The 15-hectare linear garden will connect Bay East and Bay South. It will also provide access to the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay. The Garden may feature parts of several different submitted designs as well as incorporate public feedback in its planning.

How to Get to Gardens by the Bay?

First, check out the various ways on Getting to the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort. Then take another few minutes to reach the gardens via a overhead bridge which is connected from the Sands Expo and Convention Centre on Level 4 to the Gardens.

With the opening of Downtown Line and Circle Line, it's much more easier to get to Gardens by the Bay by MRT(or Subway).

Check out Getting to Marina Bay Sands by MRT page which has detail instructions with photos showing you how to get to Bayfront MRT station, which is linked directly to the Gardens and Marina Bay Sands.

You may board at any one of the following MRT stations to the Gardens by the Bay depending on where you are coming from:

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