The Cloud Forest is opening July 6
The Flower Dome reopened from July 11 and now, both cooled conservatories have reopened to the public. There is free admission for nurses in August and a special National Day promotion offering the public up to six months of unlimited entry.
Visitors to Cloud Forest will get to see its first-ever art exhibition. In collaboration with Chini Gallery, A Sculptor’s Secret Garden is a showcase of 16 bronze sculptures by well-known Taiwanese artist Lee Kuang-Yu. The sculptures are placed at various locations in the Cloud Forest and are based on three themes: A Quiet Respite in the Garden, Beautiful Memories and Man and Nature as One. These sculptures were brought out of the artist's actual studio and garden nestled in the mountains of Xizhi in Taipei.
Be sure to download the Gardens by the Bay app where you can purchase timed-book entry tickets at a discount of $1 until the end of September. The app also allows you to scan your tickets, perform SafeEntry check-in and check-out, and get real-time updates on crowd levels in the Gardens – all to ensure a safe and hassle-free, contactless experience. Public ticket sales are only available via the app and the website from July 7. Physical ticketing counters remain closed during this period.