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Flower Dome, Singapore

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Step inside a fantasy world of colors and fragrances at Flower Dome, one of the largest glass greenhouses in the world. Explore a range of themed gardens filed with plant life from across the globe, check out the ever-changing seasonal flower displays, and photograph a floral replica of the Eiffel Tower. Reflect on the history of the dome's gnarled olive trees, some believed to be more than 1,000 years old. Plan to visit Flower Dome during your Singapore vacation using our convenient Singapore travel itinerary planner.
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  • We went to Singapore specifically for the Sept 2016 Flower Festival. Worth every cent and will do again and again. We took 3 days to pace ourselves and see everything. The beauty, the creativity and v...  more »
  • Blooming flowers of varying colours made our day. beyond words. the trees, the flowers all together made a must visit. can't remember seeing so many varieties of flower in sch a compact space. 
  • We spent almost a full day here in the huge Flower Dome so much to see. So well laid out and displayed for the enjoyment of the people. 
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  • Very beautiful although somewhat small dome with very picturesque flowers. Fun to visit and family friendly. Its about S$28 each ticket (for both attractions) if you're not a resident for both Flower Dome and Cloud Forest which isn't too too bad. Very well air conditioned and many spots for pictures. Interesting take on different flora from different climates and regions.
  • Perfect for visitors who are fun of plants. I saw a lot of species I've never seen before. I love flowers and was amazed with this huge dome containing very spectacular flowers, both wild and cultivated.
  • Beautiful collection of flowers and plants, organised by geographic locations around the world. Great afternoon stop to admire plants you've never seen before and the amazing smells of the flowers from around the world. Great place for the afternoon or when it is raining.
  • The Flower Dome was a bit boring compared to the Cloud Forest for some reason. It was still nice, bit it lacks the magic the Cloud Forest provides. However, definately a must-see of Singapore.
  • Blissfully cool inside the dome, a welcome respite from the muggy heat of Singapore. I am no expert on flowers, but I was impressed with the apparent intention to display a growing example of every species of flower on the planet. Yes I exaggerate, but there were thousands of different flowering plants to be seen, all in perfect bloom and beautifully laid out and labelled.