You may or may not remember a time when Gardens by the Bay was just... the sea. All 250 acres of the Gardens sits on reclaimed land, and it is now an iconic marker of Singapore and our 'City in a Garden' ambitions. From the futuristic biodomes, and the surreal Supertrees, to the sweeping waterfront gardens – there's no denying that Gardens by the Bay is simply majestic.
This feat of design and engineering is not only nice to look at. The conservatories replicate climates you'd never get in Singapore so that you can enjoy hundreds of exotic plant species up close. The alien Supertrees – when not being an Insta-moment themselves – provide a fantastic vantage point over Marina Bay. Meanwhile, there are a multitude of outdoor gardens and amenities for visitors to learn about our natural and cultural heritage, reconnect with nature, and relax with various leisure activities.
With so much to see and do, it can be hard to know where to start. We recommend just making the trip down and taking a wander. But it doesn't hurt to know where you're going, which is where our ultimate guide to Gardens by the Bay will come in handy.
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