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Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 26,000+ reviews on the web
Take a walk through a futuristic wonderland at Gardens by the Bay, fusing modern design with nature to create an imaginatively functional public space, in keeping with Singapore's reputation as garden city. You can explore air-conditioned flower domes or stand in awe of the "Supertrees," three vertical gardens offering nightly light and sound shows. Kids can work their energy off at the children's garden, an interactive play space for visitors up to 12 years old. Bring swimsuits as many of the kids' activities are water-based. Take a look at our Singapore travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Gardens by the Bay and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Was going to visit Botanical Gardens but visited Gardens by the Bay instead on advice of taxi driver - beautiful! The waterfall was gorgeous, everything was stunning. 
  • What a surprise, we walked into these gardens by chance and were blown away when the lighting and music began, what a find. So worth the visit. 
  • 兩個Dome,cloud forest比較棒 不過票都是一起買的,先去flower再去cloud是比較順的行程 staff也會提醒這樣走 晚上的音樂燈光秀可以看看 這個點如果一般般順順走大概3HR可以結束 抓一下時間先去燈光秀場地旁邊有大約10間餐廳 可以先用餐後再出來欣賞 
  • New since I had last been in Singapore. They really did it up right. I would highly recommend it. Big festival going on when we were there, so maybe a bit more hoppin' than usual. The cloud forest was quite nice, but the flower/orchid garden was really amazing! Row after row of colorful beauty! Definitely take some time visit on your trip!
  • Amazing gardens. They're lit at night, but I would definitely have rather gone during the day when most of the attractions are still open. Perhaps going at dusk or near twilight would be the best option. Also, the gardens themselves are public, so you don't have to pay a fee to get in. What costs money is the individual attractions, such as entrance to the domes or specialty exhibits. This is a great place to ride your bike or to walk around and catch digital monsters during both night and day, but if you come during the day you can see more of the parks beauty and even rent a scooter or unicycle to explore at a more windy pace.
  • Go in the evening when it is cooler and the birds comes alive. There are a few ways of approaching the garden. The most scenic is through the Sheares Bridge from MBS Hotel where you can have the panoramic view before entering. The Garden changes its themes in accordance with the calendar. Most beautiful is during the Mid-Autumn Festival and Christmas though these periods are unfortunately also the most crowded. If you have kids, bring them to the kids garden for a splash. Do visit the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.
  • Wow. We love botanical gardens and didn't think they could be topped. In the sun its hot hot hot here but hey, it's Singapore! When you first arrive Marina Bay Sands hotel above you is awesome. Must visit in Singapore. See my other reviews. I rarely give 5 stars!
  • This place will always be special for me as I proposed to my girlfriend (now fiancee!) at this beautiful venue. First and foremost, this 'garden' is modern, man made and artistic. It is not like a traditional botanic garden (go to the Botanic Gardens for that, very good). The site is huge, with plenty of things to see for all sorts of garden and walk lovers. The showstopping centre piece has to be the Supertree Grove (large tree like structures filled with vegetation and lights that come on at night as part of a show at 7.45pm and 8.45pm) but equally attractive are the Flower and Cloud Forest Domes. The latter are both chargeable where as the rest of the grounds are free. You can spend all day wondering in this place, sitting, relaxing, taking in the sights and sounds, people watching and you'll completely forget where you are. Events are held on a regular basis and there are a good number of places to eat from the upscale Pollen restaurant (Singapore branch of the British establishment) to simple McDonald's, right through to the enjoyable Satay by the Bay hawker center. You can not say you have visited Singapore without visiting Gardens by the Bay. Be sure to go!
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