What to do in Gardens in the Bay, Singapore

06/03/2019   1.176  5/5 trong 1 rates 
What to do in Gardens in the Bay, Singapore
Gardens by the Bay is a bucket list item for anyone making a visit to Singapore. Even if you’re just stopping by Singapore for a quick visit, you’d be remiss not to check out this particular tourist attraction.

  • Walk on the OCBC Skyway

    Walk on the OCBC SkywayWalk on the OCBC Skyway

    The view of the Supertrees from the ground is impressive enough, and one of the most popular of Singapore’s tourist attractions, but walking along the 22-metre high OCBC Skyway is an altogether different experience. The Skyway will lead you on a winding walk between the Supertrees, giving you a birds-eye-view of the Gardens and the bay below. For an even more surreal experience, you can visit in the evening, when the trees put on a music and light show.

  • See the Art Sculptures

    See the Art SculpturesSee the Art Sculptures

    What would an urban park be without a few art installations thrown in? At Gardens by the Bay, an art walk through the grounds will guide you past all kinds of sculptures by artists from around the world. And if you really want to plan out your visit, you can plot your course ahead of time using the Garden’s Sculptures Map.

  • Explore the Flower Dome

    Explore the Flower DomeExplore the Flower Dome

    The Flower Dome, one of the Garden’s two greenhouses, is officially the largest glass greenhouse in the world. Not to mention it doesn’t rely on any columns or pillars for support, so it’s a completely open, bright, and vibrant space.

    The Flower Dome is home to trees and blossoms from arid regions around the world, like South Africa, South America, Australia, California, and the Mediterranean. Ever wanted to go on an African safari or trek through the South American jungle? The Flower Dome is Singapore’s answer.

  • Walk Through the Heritage Gardens

    Walk Through the Heritage GardensWalk Through the Heritage Gardens

    The Heritage Gardens are all about Singapore. I couldn’t sum them up better than the folks at Gardens by the Bay: these four themed gardens give you the opportunity to “learn about Singapore’s diverse history and culture, told through the fascinating story of plants.”

    If you’re on a layover or are just stopping at the port, like I was, touring the Heritage Gardens can be a good way to get to know Singapore when you’re short on time.

  • Stroll the Boardwalk Along Kingfisher Lakes

    Stroll the Boardwalk Along Kingfisher LakesStroll the Boardwalk Along Kingfisher Lakes

    Stroll the Boardwalk Along Kingfisher Lakes
    For a more secluded experience, you can turn to the boardwalk along the Dragonfly and Kingfisher Lakes. Gardens by the Bay has even turned this serene walk into an educational experience, for those who are curious to learn more about the area’s underwater ecosystems.

  • See the Forest in the Clouds

    See the Forest in the CloudsSee the Forest in the Clouds

    Not to be outdone by the world’s largest glass greenhouse next door, the Cloud Forest is the home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. At 1.5 football fields in size and the equivalent of 60 Olympic-sized swimming pools in volume, this greenhouse is a world unto itself.

    The Cloud Forest’s major draw is that you can explore it from three levels: the ground level, the Tree Top Walk (closer to the canopy), and the Cloud Walk (at the very top of the mountain, above the clouds). The greenhouse’s manmade mountain might be only 115-feet tall, but it hosts diverse flora and fauna that naturally grow at heights of over 2,000 meters.

  • Marvel at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel

    Marvel at the Marina Bay Sands HotelMarvel at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel

    The Marina Bay Sands is yet another famous sight along Singapore’s skyline. If you’re lucky enough to stay at the swanky Marina Bay Sands Hotel, you’ll probably be tempted to spend at least a full day bouncing between the building’s ArtScience Museum, shops, restaurants, observation deck, and 57-story-high infinity pool.

    You’ll have a few dining options at Gardens by the Bay, but Marina Bay Sands offers some luxury alternatives for those looking to branch out.

    The famous infinity pool— the highest and longest in the world, they claim—is only accessible to Marina Bay Sands guests, but not everything is off-limits. Even without booking a room you can stop in for a meal, check out the museum, and see Singapore from the 57-stories-high SkyPark Observation Deck.

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