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Rank1 out of 710 attractions in Singapore
Places to stay near Gardens By The Bay
Reviews • 19
The beautiful Nature park standing 101 feet tall is a must watch. Visit this place both during the day and night for a different and amazing experience
“Let me, O let me bathe my soul in colours; let me swallow the sunset and drink the rainbow.” ― Kahlil Gibran“To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.” – Kurt Vonnegut
On my last day I visited Gardens by the bay. The Garden is free to enter. Flower Dome and Cloud Forest was enthralling. Amazing architecture & presentation of the ecosystem. Scale of the place is mind blowing. You should definitely buy tickets for both and explore Its worth the time, energy and money. I didn’t buy tickets for OCBC Skyway though. Even though they have paid shuttle service to take you around, I suggest to explore it on foot.
I started my third day in Singapore from ‘Gardens by the Bay’, if there is heaven on earth here it is. This place has various international awards and accolades to its name. Featuring the best of horticulture, sustainability, architectural design, Gardens by the Bay provides the perfect edutainment opportunity for all ages. There is so much to discover here. From diverse plant life in the award-winning Cooled Conservatories (Flower Dome & Cloud Forest), to towering vertical gardens that extend into the sky, this must-visit destination will awaken the explorers and inquisitive minds alike. It also houses world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Another sought after attraction the ‘OCBC Skyway’ stands 22 meters tall above the ground and these Supertrees are perfect for panoramic skyline views. ‘Garden Rhapsody’ comes alive in the evening with its exhilarating visual and audio effects.(TIP: Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories along with the OCBC Skyway are the paid attractions.)The Marina Barrage is a dam in Singapore built at the confluence of five rivers, across the Marina Channel between Marina East and Marina South. Though this is not a celebrated tourist spot in Singapore however it lies near the two conservatories (Cloud Forest and Flower Dome) and if you are going to miss this place, you are surely going to miss a lot. Once you reach at the top of this barrage, there is a lush green field which plays a perfect role of a wonderful picnic spot, you can see locals enjoying with friends and family, having food, flying kites.After witnessing the beautiful sunset on Marina Barrage, I directly headed to Clarke Quay, Singapore’s hotspot to enjoy the nightlife. There is no dearth of good pub, bar, clubs, restaurants in this place. If anyone wants to witness how Singapore comes alive at night, this is the place to be. After spending sometime here I directly headed to my Hotel to catch some good sleep as I knew that my next two days will be very tiring.
Gardens by the Bay: Get enchanted by the almost Wonder of the World. This manmade garden structure cum recreation area is one of my favourite places of Singapore due its sheer dimension. It is a free public area except for the two Domes which are paid attractions. Get down at the Bayfront MRT and walk towards the gardens. The park organises a daily “light and sound” show at 7:45 PM for FREE! Believe me it is tough to hear the word free in Singapore.
Gardens By The Bay is a fascinating nature park with breath-taking floral displays and futuristic looking 'supertrees'. It works on the idea of environmental sustainability and promotes the concept of a 'city in a garden'. It also provides excellent views of the Marina Bay and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places to visit in Singapore.
As we entered Cloud Forest, it was as if we were transported to a different world. The entire conservatory was cold and misty. There was a waterfall cascading down a 35-meter tall mountain covered with plants such as orchids, ferns, begonias and pitcher plants.
I have a particular fondness of the vast number of laser and light shows that you witness at so many places in the city. Every evening, at the Marina Bay Sands, there’s a free laser show that’s bound to amaze you with its exquisiteness. There’s a light show right next to it in the Gardens by the Bay that is guaranteed to take you to an altogether different world. Also, you can watch a wonderful show at Sentosa. I watched the one named: ‘Songs of the Sea’ and it was beyond fantastic.
Our 2 1/2 hr Funvee Night Adventure was part of the Singapore City Tours package. The night Adventure starts with the light and sound show "Garden Rhapsody" at Gardens by the Bay.The gardens come alive at night with mesmerizing light and sound shows.Garden Rhapsody is a fifteen minute show at the Super Trees Grove. The show was amazing. Tourists were going crazy clicking pictures of the colourful trees....After a lovely tour through the city at night we reached Buggis......The souvenir shop at Buggis from where everyone purchased a few souvenirs......That was the end of our Funvee Night Adventure.
Day III - Gardens by the bay which is next to the Marina reservoir & is in about 250 acres. Just wanted to stop watch so that I can spend some more time there. There is flower dome, cloud forest which consists of different levels and different themes to display the flower & gardens.
Garden's by the BayThe Garden's by the bay is an exclusive master piece which truly cements Singapore as as premier garden city.It features two state of art conservatories,the cloud forest and the flower dome with various themed gardens and super trees concrete pillars with a living skin embedded with photo voltaic cells. It's visual treat to the eyes to see the numerous varieties of orchids and flowers.
6. Gardens' by the Bay - Beside the MBS is this huge nature's park. Do plan visiting this place in the evenings to enjoy the super tree sound and light show here. Its simply is WOW! A fairy tale like experience indeed. There are two shows one at 8 and the other at 9. Try to get to this place well in advance to get the best seat and enjoy the best view. Besides that explore variety of flowers while you walk the garden.
The Garden Rhapsody at the Gardens by the Bay Singapore
Beautiful flora conservatory
Almost every tourist and traveler goes to this place and it is surely a garden that takes you into a wonderland. There are some sections for visiting which you will have to pay but most of the garden is free to visit. There light and sound show is just magical and i really did not wanted to go back to my hostel that night and just wanted to stare at the magical lighting. My tips: 1. Don't ever miss the light and show of this place. 2. Go in evening time.
Gardens by the Bay is a marvel in itself. Cloud forest and Flower Dome are two conservatories inside Gardens by the Bay which are crafted with excellence. Cloud forest is a man-made forest with a magnificent waterfall, which greets you at its entrance. You have taken the lift to the top and descend from a suspended bridge enjoying each minute aspect of the man-made forest. Flower Dome displays flowers from all over the world carefully cultivated in a controlled atmosphere. The colours and the variety of flowers that you can see in this dome are spell-bounding. It is a definite treat for nature lovers and a must visit destination in Singapore.
A fairytale land with marvellous light and sound show.
The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.The largest of the three gardens is Bay South Garden
Laneway Music Festival, baby! Although I didn’t know any of the songs played, I enjoyed the experience. There was a point when I almost wanted to pass out because of being squeezed in a crowd of hippies, but I just opted to close my eyes, listen to the lyrics, feel the beat, and let myself be swallowed by the music. This is ultimate art immersion.