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Cloud Forest, Singapore

(4.7/5 based on 7,500+ reviews on the web)
Transport yourself to a faraway mountaintop at Cloud Forest, filled with diverse vegetation. The cool mist descending over the undulating jungle convinces visitors they're in the wilderness, when in fact they haven't left Singapore. Contained in an air-conditioned dome, this man-made forest comes with realistic scenery and offers an educational experience at its auditorium, where you can watch a short documentary about climate change. While there, check out the world's tallest indoor waterfall. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Cloud Forest and many more Singapore attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Singapore trip itinerary builder.
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  • The indoor gardens are a unique and beautiful structure, easy to walk around, and complimented by a large outdoor area to explore. A great attraction. 
  • Great place and easy for wheelchair users and pushchairs. Great teaching and beautiful carvings throughout. Don't forget your cameras. 
  • Beautiful canopy inside. Beautiful waterfall and very beautiful views of the city. No interest in Botany but splendid building at the architecture level
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  • The Cloud Forest was by far my favorite attraction in Singapore. The amount of flowers, and trees that can be found is amazing. The scenery, and atmosphere is amazing. The way they structured this attraction (including its levels) is just amazing. Definately a must-see when visitng Singapore.
  • This experience is truly unique and part of what makes Singapore such a fascinating destination. The experience of walking around this elaborate structure is well worth the money and you will have some amazing pictures once you're finished. Would go back!
  • I loved looking at the wild plants, flowers and fungi species, from the entrance to the top. I just felt like home! I was also amazed after watching the presentation on how they conserve energy for the whole garden.
  • Beautiful simulated cloud forest that greets you with waterfall as you first walk in. VERY well air conditioned and much chillier than it is in the humid outside. Scenic views on the inside plus there's certain times for "misting" the entire forest. I don't know exact times but I know one of the times is at 14:00 (2:00 pm) and happens every two hours after just don't know when it starts. Made everything inside look foggy and it was amazing. Much more than just forest in here, there's also a stalactite "cave" and even a little video that shows how much our world will change by 2100 with the temperatures rising only 5° (most of it I'll be alive for). Very informative and the Cloud Forest was definitely much better (in my opinion) than the Flower Dome. Also if you get cold easily, bring something light to wear because it can get very chilly in there and I love the cold. I ended up seeing other people shivering or walking with arms crossed to stay warm. Enjoy the forest!
  • This is the reverse of the Eden Project in the UK, i.e. it is blissfully cool inside the dome and a welcome respite from the sultry heat of Singapore. As soon as you walk in you are confronted with a waterfall cascading five stories from the top of the artificial mountain. A series of walkways lead you through a beautifully planted array of mountain rainforest fauna. The theme throughout the installation is conservation and global warming. There is a five-minute film on this subject just before you leave.