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Cloud Forest, Singapore

4.7
#5 of 102 in Parks in Singapore
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. Plan your Cloud Forest visit and explore what else you can see and do in Singapore using our Singapore trip itinerary builder tool .
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  • Wonderful it’s not the first time i went and i will go back again! It’s like a different world! The waterfall and the way you can walk in between all the flowers and trees unbelievable! The way throug...  more »
  • A great experience, recommended if you have a couple of hours free. Access via the MRT for the easiest way and clearest instructions to get there, It gives a very clear educational environmental messa...  more »
  • Our gardens visit was hampered by wet weather, but it was perfect to walk though the cloud forest in the rain. The children particularly loved this activity and it was genuinely beautiful. I am not in...  more »
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  • This place is mesmerizing (like all of Singapore if I'm being honest). Greeted by a 6 story waterfall, you're able to wind your way up and down the dome, with spectacular views. I do recommend reading all the info panels along the way! Very interesting stuff. But my favourite part was undoubtedly when you get to the bottom. Underneath the cloud forest they have a great area dedicated to promoting sustainable behaviours and bringing to light the impact of human behaviours on the earth. Videos and art demonstrations. I was absolutely geeking out at the video showing how recycled materials can be turned into enough electricity to power the city. Also important to note - if you only have time / money for 1 of the 2 domes, I would recommend this one over the flower dome.
  • I totally love the cloud forest. Misty and cooling the waterfall is so fascinating and mesmerizing to watch. Firstly it’s wheelchair friendly! There’s a top roof pond with seasonal decoration, you can walk the ramp down and enjoy the glass view design of the cloud forest dome. Wheelchair is able to go down the ramp and also lift is available throughout the building. Each level have a unique gallery which is interesting. Love the coldness here.
  • I absolutely loved the Cloud Forest! This indoor garden is both beautiful & informative. Whether you enjoy observing waterfalls & plants or learning more about the effects of anthropogenic climate change, this place has much to offer & is a real Singaporean treasure.
  • Looking a place after a hot walk from the entrance? Of course Cloud Forest is the answer! You can feel the cool breeze inside after a long and hot walking! But unfortunately, we don't know if we enter this place, we can get free walking tour as a compliment, we enter from another side of entrance, and didn't see if we can get this benefit. There's no obvious information for a first-timer tourist that don't know anything. They ONLY put the information for the free walking tour right in the ticketing area entrance, whilst they have a lot of sides of entrance. Maybe because we bought the tickets in Airport, so we couldn't get information as many as we can got! Well, overall is worth-to-go-place for tourist in Singapore!
  • phenomenal beauty of greenery. Every plant and flower has information about them written side by side so that you do not miss out on anything. There are certain times in days when actual clouds are released such as exact 12 pm , which makes the experience even more surreal.

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