The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is home to almost 30,000 plants of over 150 species in 9 different gardens. Stop and smell the flowers in the colourful changing displays of the Flower Field, which reflects different seasons, festivals and themes.
The beauty of pretty pink cherry blossoms returns to Singapore with Flower Dome’s annual cherry blossom floral display ‘Sakura Matsuri’ from 16 March to 8 April 2018. Stroll along cherry blossom tree-lined pathways and discover picturesque Japanese-themed elements like a tea house, rickshaw and tori gates. Lifelike resin dolls are dressed in elegant kimonoxs and pose in meticulously-created miniature scenes of life amidst sakura.
Be amazed by colourful tulips in a garden of magical burrows, multi-coloured eggs and bunnies during the ‘Tulipmania’ floral display from 13 April to 13 May 2018. Pop by and explore an imaginary world filled with whimsical possibilities! The ‘Begonia Brilliance’ which follows from 25 May to 1 July 2018 is an innovative display of begonias, inspired by a brilliant vision of architecture shaped by sustainability.
Explore the rest of the Flower Dome, the World’s Largest Glass Greenhouse, home to 9 different gardens with unique plants from across Africa, America, Asia, Australia and Europe. Take in the cool and dry Mediterranean climate as you wander amongst thousand-year-old olive trees and unusual African Baobabs.
Be amazed as you come face-to-face with the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at 35 metres! Go on a trek behind the waterfall and enjoy the refreshing cool air and majestic views of the waterfall below. Descend through the surreal mist-filled Cloud Walk and Treetop Walk.
Be inspired by the films ‘Green World’ and ‘+5 Degrees’ to learn more about climate change at the Cloud Forest Theatre. View striking graphics, diagrams, artefacts and videos at the Cloud Forest Gallery to learn more about the five mass extinctions in history and our role in preventing the sixth. Explore the diverse habitats of limestone forest and caves at the Secret Garden to admire rare begonias and exquisite miniature orchids.
Supertrees & OCBC Skyway
Stand in awe of the towering Supertrees – vertical gardens that are home to over 150,000 plants from more than 200 species.
Take in panoramic views of the Gardens and the surrounding Marina Bay skyline. At a height of 22 metres, the OCBC Skyway which is a 128-metre long aerial walkway is an experience not to be missed. During the day, a stroll along the OCBC Skyway presents glorious photo-taking opportunities to capture the scenic beauty of the surrounding flora.
As dusk falls, the captivating Marina Bay skyline emerges and the entire area comes alive nightly with the Garden Rhapsody – a free light and sound show at 7.45pm and 8.45pm.
Experience the diverse history and culture of Singapore’s main ethnic groups during the Colonial period at the outdoor Chinese Garden, Indian Garden, Malay Garden and Colonial Garden.
Rediscover your sense of wonder at Gardens by the Bay.