Gardens by the Bay

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Gardens by the Bay, located on the Marina Bay Waterfront in the heart of Singapore, is a haven for nature lovers and budding horticulturists alike.

Flower Dome

The Flower Dome at Bay South Gardens lures tourists with its natural beauty. This lush environment, which spans 1.28 hectares and is the largest of three cooled conservatories, set the Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Glass Greenhouse in 2015. From thousand-year-old olive trees to magnolias and orchids, it is home to plants and flowers from five continents.

Floral Fantasy

Keep an eye out for Floral Fantasy as you stroll through Gardens by the Bay at your leisure.

The second of the Gardens' three indoor conservatories explores both historical and fantastical themes. With vast expanses, stunning driftwood sculptures, and the floral art, each of the four unique zones is inspired by fairy tales and the famous Hanging Gardens of Babylon.

Cloud Forest

Cloud Forest, the third conservatory of Gardens by the Bay, is a mist-filled area with exotic plants and stunning panoramas.
Cloud Mountain, a 35-meter towering edifice enveloped in mist and draped in luxuriant greenery, towers over the conservatories' ferns and pitcher plants. As you reach its heights and find plant life from the tropical highlands, your imagination is sure to fly.

Supertree Grove

As you depart the conservatory, you'll undoubtedly notice the Supertrees, a forest of soaring, fantastical creations. Two of the tall skyscrapers are united by the stunning arch of the OCBC Skyway, which spans 25 to 50 meters in height. When twilight strikes, the Garden Rhapsody, a light and sound show, transforms the grove. Ascend to the top of the Supertree Observatory, a 50-meter-high observation deck with an unrestricted perspective of the stunning Marina Bay neighborhood, for an unparalleled perspective of Singapore.

Bay East Garden is the perfect place to end your visit to Gardens by the Bay with a spectacular sunset.

More About Singapore Tourism

Singapore is noted for its rapid expansion, stunning and modern retail complexes, beautiful dining establishments, and opulent hotels with breathtaking vistas.
It also boasts some amazing discotheques for you to sway your hips to, as well as a vibrant nightlife to enjoy with your fun-loving friends. Aside from the electro-modern world, Singapore has some nature paths tucked away in the heart of it all. The emerald region of Singapore may be explored at the Botanical Gardens and Pulau Ubin. Singapore is also a great place to visit if you're on a budget since there are plenty of things to do and see that won't break the bank.

There isn't anything you can't discover in this nation, from small binge plazas to fulgent temples to gorgeous parks to affordable retail marketplaces.

People Also Ask About Singapore
  • Q: How to reach Singapore?


    Singapore has eight airports, with Changi Airport serving as the major hub. It is a world-class airport that has been recognised as the greatest in the world on several occasions. The airport serves a number of cities throughout the world, including New York, London, Shanghai, Paris, Sydney, and Delhi. Air China, Air France, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, and other major airlines serve this airport.

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Singapore?


    The best time to visit Singapore is November - January.

  • Q: How to commute in the city?


    Local Bus Network

    Singapore's public transportation system is well-developed, with over 3.8 million trips every day. There are around 300 scheduled bus services, although SBS Transit Limited and SMRT Buses offer the majority of them. Buses are available from all parts of the city.


    In Singapore, taxis are a major means of transportation. In comparison to other big cities throughout the world, the prices are inexpensive. For most sections of the city, you may hail a taxi or hire one over the phone or online. There are also luxury cabs available, such as Mercedes-Benz, although they are more expensive. Trishaws, three-wheeled bicycle taxis, are also available, though they are more popular for short-distance journeys than for long-distance transport. Bumboats that run down the Singapore river and provide point-to-point trips are another unusual kind of transportation.

    Local Train

    Singapore's local railway system is well-maintained. In Singapore, there are two rapid transit systems: LRT (Light Rail Transit) and MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), both of which are primarily run by two companies: SBS Transit and SMRT Corporation.

    On Foot

    Singapore is a pedestrian-friendly city, so exploring it on foot is an excellent idea. You may walk along the Southern Ridges Walk or around the Singapore River. The city's many neighborhoods, like Chinatown, Little India, Bugis, and others, are great for strolling.

  • Q: What are the languages spoken in Singapore?


    Malay is the national language of Singapore, but the most widely spoken language is English, which is used extensively.

  • Q: What is the weather in Singapore?


    Due to its geographical location and maritime exposure, Singapore’s climate is characterized by uniform temperature and pressure, high humidity and abundant rainfall. The average temperature is between 25 degrees Celsius and 31 degrees Celsius.

  • Q: Does Singapore have beaches?


    Yes, Singapore has beaches since it is an island country. If you miss some beach time in Singapore, head to Sentosa Island which has Singapore’s beautiful beaches.

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    The currency of Singapore is the Singapore Dollar.

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    Singapore is famous for a lot of attractions. Marina Bay, Universal Studios, Disneyland, and China Town are some of the places Singapore is famous for.

  • Q: Can Singapore Visa be extended?


    If you want to extend your tourist visa once you are in Singapore, you can apply for the extension online. However, you should know that the immigration office reserves the right to reject your application.

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    Yes, you can apply for Singapore Tourist Visa online which will allow you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. Your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date of your entry. It is a multiple visa entry which means you need not re-apply for Singapore Visa in the given visa validity.