Immerse yourself in lush greenery at Gardens by the Bay!
A trip to the world's largest greenhouse in Singapore!
Explore Asia’s garden city by visiting its most iconic gardens. Complete with a delectable meal at the garden’s very own waterfront food centre!
Located near the Marina Bay Waterfront in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a nature park that is made up of three distinctive gardens - Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central. Spread over a vast area of 101 hectares, it is home to many innovative attractions such as the Gardens by the Bay Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, and Supertree Grove. The garden is an attempt by the government to remodel the nation from a ‘Garden City’ to a ‘Çity in the Garden’, with the purpose of raising the quality of life of its citizens by amplifying the presence of greenery in the city. Let’s take a look at the various Gardens by the Bay ticket options, timings, attractions, etc.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, has introduced a set of new rules and guidelines to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all its visitors.
Please keep in mind that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, entry into the venue will be restricted. At the time of booking Gardens by the Bay tickets, visitors can choose their preferred entry timing from the available time slots, which will help in regulating crowds. You can choose from a number of Gardens by the Bay ticket options like Direct Entry tickets, Combo tickets, etc. Let’s take a closer look at each of these ticket options.
With a Gardens by the Bay ticket with direct entry, you’ll be able to skip the lines and gain instant access to the venue. You can access two conservatories - Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, the Heritage Gardens, and the Supertree Grove with this Gardens by the Bay ticket. Please note that access to the OCBC Skyway is not included in this ticket. If you wish to visit the same, you will have to purchase separate tickets.
These Gardens by the Bay tickets provide you with complete access to all the areas of the garden. You can witness the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at the Cloud Forest, get to know the Mediterranean flora at the Flower Dome and stroll through the vertical gardens of Supertree Grove. While standard Gardens by the Bay tickets do not provide you access to one of its main highlights - the OCBC Skyway, you can access the skyway and explore the Supertrees up close with this ticket.
Gardens by the Bay combo ticket is ideal for those who are short on time and are looking for a comprehensive tour of the city. With this ticket, you’ll gain access to not only Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, but also other major landmarks of the city such as the Singapore Flyer. Save both time and money with this combo ticket and enjoy fast track access to multiple iconic attractions of Singapore.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is highly recommended that you purchase your Gardens by the Bay tickets online in order to save time and ensure that social distancing is maintained.
From witnessing the ancient rock formations of China at the Canyon to discovering Singapore’s diverse culture through plants at the Heritage Garden, Gardens by the Bay is filled with unique attractions. Let’s take a closer look at them.
The Flower Dome is a conservatory that is spread over an area of 1.2 hectares, and is home to the world’s largest column-less glass house. Step inside the Flower Dome and experience perpetual spring. Here, you'll find plants from five continents spread out over nine gardens. The climate is that of the Mediterranean region, with cool and dry weather.Read More
The smaller of the two conservatories, the Cloud Forest spans an area of 0.8 hectares and represents the Tropical Montane region. Here, you'll find exotic plants like orchids, begonias, and bromeliads. Don't forget to check out the spectacular indoor waterfall that falls at a height of 30 meters and the Cloud Mountain from which the conservatory derives its name .Read More
The Supertree Grove is a futuristic vertical garden made up of 12 technologically advanced iconic trees. They provide the visitors shade during the day and are transformed into a beautiful display of light during the night. You can witness these giants up close from the OCBC skyway.Read More
Ever wondered what floating in mid-air would feel like? The OCBC skyway is the closest you'll get to it. The 22-metre-high skywalk loops around the Supertrees, allowing you a closer look at them. From the skywalk, you can also catch a bird's-eye-view of the surrounding gardens and the Marina Bay.Read More
Not only are the Dragonfly and Kingfisher Lakes a sight for sore eyes, they are also home to a wide variety of aquatic beings. Interestingly, all the aquatic flora and fauna come together to maintain the nutrient quotient of the water while the reeds act as natural eco-fillers and ensures that the water remains clean.Read More
The culture of Singapore and its early inhabitants are closely interwoven with Mother Nature. And this is exactly what the Heritage Garden depicts. Through Banyan trees, Breadfruit tress, pine and more, they seek to take visitors on a journey through the ancient history of Singapore.Read More
Far East Organization Children’s Garden, as the name suggests, has many fun educational and recreational programs for children. They have a Toddler Play Zone, Rainforest Treehouse, Water Play and an Amphitheatre to their name. Don't forget to check them out, specially if you are visiting with your children.Read More
Every evening, the Supertree Grove is transformed into an eclectic dazzle of colours as the Garden Rhapsody or the Gardens by the Bay light show takes place. Interestingly, these shows are powered by the solar energy generated by the Supertrees during the day. The Gardens by the Bay light show takes place at 7.45 PM and 8.45 PM every evening and lasts for 15 minutes.Read More
Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Gardens by the Bay.
Gardens by the Bay is located adjacent to the Marina Bay Waterfront in Singapore and is well connected with all other parts of Singapore.
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
If you wish to travel to Gardens by the Bay by metro, get down at Bayfront MRT Station and take Exit B. From there, all you have to do is cross the Dragonfly Bridge or the Meadow Bridge.
Nearest Metro Station: Bayfront MRT Station
You can take bus 400 and get down at bus stop no. 03371 along Marina Gardens Drive.
Gardens by the Bay light show timings are as follows:
7:45 PM and 8:45 PM daily.
Each show lasts for 15 minutes, with two shows per night.
Yes, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, has four gift shops and over 10 restaurants that you can choose from.
Yes. Post COVID-19, Gardens by the Bay is reopening in phases. As of now, all attractions except the Supertree Observatory and Floral Fantasy are open.
Gardens by the Bay ticket prices vary depending on the ticket you wish to purchase. For example, Gardens by the Bay tickets with direct entry start at S$15 while a combo tour will cost around S$60.
Yes. Children below the age of 2 can enjoy free entry while child tickets at discounted prices ( S$16) are available for children between the ages of 2 and 12.
Gardens by the Bay attracts a huge crowd every day. Therefore, popular attractions like the conservatories and the Children’s Garden will have long waiting lines. To avoid this, you can purchase Gardens by the Bay tickets online in advance.
A standard Gardens by the Bay ticket with direct entry will give you access to attractions like the Cloud Forest, Flower Dome, and Supertree Grove. However, if you wish to visit the OCBC Skyway, you’ll have to purchase a separate ticket.
Yes. You can find Gardens by the Bay combo tickets that will give you access to two top attractions of Singapore.
Yes. It is often cheaper to buy Gardens by the bay tickets online due to various discounts. You can also avoid the crowd and long waiting lines if you purchase Gardens by the Bay tickets online.