Explore all three gardens!
Experience Singapore’s award-winning Gardens by the Bay
Marvel at exotic plants and gigantic supertrees
Enjoy a break from Singapore's humidity in the Flower Dome
What's included, what's not
Singapore Gardens By The Bay Admission Ticket
Pick up or drop-off at your accommodation
Food or drink
Know Before You Book
Wheelchair and Stroller accessible
Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended, regardless of the time of your Singapore visit.
Confirmation booking will be sent at the time of confirmation is not the official ticket.
The official ticket will be sent to you within 36 hours and allow direct entry through the turnstile
What you can expect
Singapore is one of the most modern and developed cities of this century. It is a concrete jungle full of impressive structures. However,standing out like an oasis in the concrete jungle are Gardens by the Bay. It is a beautiful park full of beautiful flora. This is the place where all nature lovers gather to enjoy greenery and fresh air.
The park is divided into 3 zones, spread across 101 hectares of land.The park is home to more than 250,000 plants and flowers. The Bay South is known for its gardening and horticulture displays. It is a tropical garden,which is also home to 2 bio-controlled conservatories, Cloud Forest and Flower Dome. The Flower Dome mimics the environment of the Mediterranean region It hasrare flowers from that region. The Cloud Forest provides us the environment of mountains that are 1000 to 3000 metres high.
Bay South is connected to Bay East through the Bay Central. Bay East is known to be a serene location with a well-designed garden that will put you atease. Also, it has a 2 km long water promenade that will have spell bound.
Besides the 3 wonderful gardens, the Supertree Grove will leave you awestruck. Displaying Singapore’s technological advancement, this place houses 3 man-made trees that are also eco-friendly. They capture sunlight and generate solar energy through their photovoltaic cells. Another great attraction is the 20 metre high walkway that connects 2 Supertrees. It is 128 metres long and gives a complete view of the park. The Grove is also home to Dragonfly and Kingfisher Lake.