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Save more when you visit the Gardens by the Bay conservatories at half price until March 22

Cam Khalid
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Cam Khalid

The stuff of nature lovers' dreams, Gardens by the Bay is truly a magnificent floral wonderland that's a non-negotiable must-see. From now until March 22, Singapore residents can step into the indoor gardens as well as the Supertree Observatory at 50 percent off. Opened in 2012, the lush 101-acre green haven is known for its massive, flora-wreathed towers – better known as Supertrees – and indoor waterfront gardens that house rotating displays of blooms from around the world. While the outdoor gardens are free to wander, admission to the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, Floral Fantasy and Supertree Observatory are ticketed.

Gardens by the Bay

Photograph: Unsplash/Bao Menglong

Stop and smell the sakuras at one of the world’s largest glass greenhouses Flower Dome, catch an indoor waterfall at Cloud Forest or take a romantic stroll and a 4D ride at Floral Fantasy at $6 (usual price $12). Head up to the Supertree Observatory for pretty panoramic views of the Marina Bay skyline, while more than 380,000 plants are laid out before you, at $5 (usual price $10). The promotion does not include admission to the OCBC Skyway.


Photograph: Unsplash/Rc Cf

Be sure to squeeze some time for teamLab's indoor and outdoor artworks at #futuretogether which has been extended until March 22. Admire the illuminated ovoids or egg-shaped structures floating about on the Dragonfly Lake or witness more floral magic at Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup. The outdoor exhibition is free for all, while the indoor one is free for Singapore residents and ticketed at $10 for other visitors. While Flowers Bloom in an Infinite Universe inside a Teacup is free for Singaporean residents, there's an additional charge of $7 for non-Singapore residents if they choose to experience the exhibit.

Complete the entire experience with an evening stroll down Supertree Grove where the Garden Rhapsody light and music performances take centre stage 7.45pm and 8.45pm daily. For more information, visit

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