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Gardens by the Bay

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Gardens by the Bay
Spanning 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay comprises three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares. Check the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories for a cooled tour of the world's flora
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Spanning 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay comprises three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South, the largest at 54 hectares. Check the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories for a cooled tour of the world's flora.

WHERE TO DINE:
In addition to Jason Atherton’s fine-dining offering Pollen, there are several other casual dining options at Gardens by the Bay. First, there are the Super tree Dining options, with five venues located at the top of the central tree in the Super tree Grove. Local fare comes in the form of Hill Street Coffee Shop, and there’s fast food joint Texas Chicken (www.texaschicken.com.sg), new branches of local Cantonese chain Peach Garden Noodle House (6604 6733, www.peachgarden.com.sg) and Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie (www.canele.com.sg), and Italian trattoria Casa Verde (www.lesamis.com.sg) serving pizzas and other Italian comfort foods.

Near the South Bay main entrance and Visitor Centre, there’s modern Asian-fusion bistro Veranda (6636 1360), offering dishes such as wok-fried noodles and black pepper crab linguine; and also Café Crema (6604 8826), serving up coffee and sandwiches. For a dessert break between the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest, over 30 flavours of ice cream are available at cool treats specialist Seventh Heaven (www.seventhheaven.com.sg).Entrance to Gardens by the Bay (tourists): $5-$28 adults, $3-$12 children between 3 and 12 years old, $5-$15 seniors 60 years and above.

Cost for citizens, PRs and all work passes: $5-$12 adult,
$3-$12 children between 3 and 12 years old, $5-$15 seniors 60 years old and above.

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18 Marina Gardens Dr
Singapore
018953
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What’s on

Jumptopia: Wonder Garden

Take your kids to Jumptopia: Wonder Garden at Gardens by the Bay this March holidays. With 10 unique play concepts including slides and mazes, your kids can look forward to conquering garden-themed bouncy castles, capturing IG-worthy shots and even bringing home limited edition souvenirs. Look forward to Honey Flower Kingdom and Bell’s Flower Pot - a vibrant and whimsical garden filled with flowers, trees and giant insects. Children can even rock on a see-saw looking frog. Explore the Happy’s Garden Maze and Raby’s Veggie Farm, where kids can bounce around cute carrots, peas, corn and mushrooms. After a long day, stretch your legs and enjoy light bites by Kith Cafe.   

National Geographic: Weird But True! Exhibition

Did you know that about 420 million years ago, mushrooms grew taller than giraffes? Well, now you do at this Weird But True! Exhibition held at the Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay. Weird But True! is the first in a series of exhibits to be launched as part of the collaboration between National Geographic and Gardens by the Bay. Discover interesting facts through interactive stations full of colourful graphics and catchy texts. From the weirdest in nature and stunning flowers to the ambition of a wasteless world and plants that devour meat, there are amazing facts to learn about the world around us. In addition, there will also be photographs from selected National Geographic Explorers on display.

Rose Romance

  • Exhibitions

Take the time to stop and smell the roses as you stroll through this floral display set in a romantic Italian garden in the Flower Dome. Showcasing over 40 types that are rarely seen in this part of the world, look forward to exclusive roses such as Hybrid tea roses, one of the most popular classes of roses with their bountiful, ornate blooms and Floribunda roses, a cross between polyantha species roses and hybrid teas. The display also includes a representation of Verona's famous Juliet balcony from Romeo and Juliet as a nod to the play's Italian origins. Time to bring your partner and recreate the iconic balcony scene!

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