Located in the heart of Singapore at Marina Bay, Gardens By the Bay is a haven for flower and nature lovers. The dome consists of 3 distinct spaces spanning across 101 hectares. That’s huge! Entrance to the domes cost S$28 for adults and S$15 for kids.
If you are making your way over to the dome via Bayfront MRT station, you’d get the chance to walk along the boardwalk and discover the natural settings of birds and insects within this beautiful area. Walk over the dragonfly bridge and soak in the beautiful sights.
The entire manmade-natural network of plants, trees and insects are unique to Singapore.
Home to the world record holder of the largest Glass Greenhouse, the garden comprises of plants and flowers from five continents, and from olive trees and magnolias to orchids.
Gardens by the Bay naturally sets itself up according to the season. When we went, it was close to Chinese New Year, which is why you see lots of red in the pictures. They have completely different settings during various holiday seasons.
After you’re done with the Domes, make your way over to Satay By the Bay for some amazing local cuisines using the designated walkways which share the space with cyclists and runners. Along the way, you’d be treated to some amazing sights of the cityscape and the Singapore Flyer
An amazing way to spend a fun-filled day with the family, and a great place to visit with the kids. Check out more of our posts from Singapore here where we explored things you can do at The Shoppes by the way, which is not far from Gardens by the Bay!