How to go to Gardens by the Bay with Best Light Show to See

Gardens by the Bay Top Attractions and Guide

Want to know 11 best attractions you shouldn’t miss out to see at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore?

In this blog, you’ll know:

  • 11 best things to see at Gardens by the Bay
  • How to buy your entrance tickets with cheaper price
  • Don’t miss out to watch Gardens by the Bay Fantastic Light Show – It’s Free!
  • How long you need to spend at there
  • Step-by-step guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT train

Gardens by the Bay Night Scene

Covering 101 hectares, Singapore’s nature park shouldn’t be missed.

Developed by a reclaimed land in the center of Singapore, Gardens by the Bay first opened in 2012 and now has become Singapore’s main attractions.

Gardens by the Bay Singapore

In fact, as of October 2018, 50 million people have visited this nature park encapsulated in modern and striking architecture.

Quick Navigation – Things to Do and See at Gardens by the Bay

  1. Flower Dome and Cloud Forest (Most Popular)
  2. Supertree Grove & OCBC Skyway (Most Popular)
  3. Watch Beautiful Light Show at Gardens by the Bay (Most Popular)
  4. Dragonfly Lake and Dragonfly Bridge
  5. The Canyon
  6. Golden Garden
  7. Sun Pavilion
  8. Web of Life
  9. Heritage Garden
  10. Floating Baby
  11. Serene Garden

Directions going to Gardens by the Bay is quite easy and you will soon arrive at this national icon in no time.

Here are the must-sees and dos at Gardens by the Bay.

1. Come into the Unique World at the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest


 

Flower Dome and Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay

Two of the highlights of Gardens by the Bay are its two cold conservatories – the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

With the main mission of creating Singapore as a “City in a Garden”, these modern and outstanding structures paved the way to urban horticulture.

A feast for the eyes, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest looks like a shell along the edge of the Marina Reservoir.

Designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects, these biomes are famous as the biggest columnless greenhouses with glass seems to sit on each steel grid.

From the outside, it has reshaped Singapore’s cityscape and from the inside, it creates an immense space that seems to open to the surrounding waters of Singapore.

Flower Dome – The World’s Largest Glass Greenhouse

Flower Dome Gardens by the Bay

The Flower Dome occupies 1.2 hectares equivalent to 2.2 football fields or 75 Olympic-sized pools.

With its open layout that can house up to 1,000 people, the Flower Dome thanks to world-class landscape architects let each visitor feel walking into different gardens.

Flower Dome Map
Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay

Currently holding the title as the world’s largest greenhouse, here are the different gardens and the plants you can see at the Flower Dome recreating a scene of eternal spring:

Australian Garden

Australian Garden at Flower Dome

The Australian Garden features flora species that can be found in Australia’s dry-desert areas. Among the flowers, check out Grass Tree, which is said to live to up to 600 years.

While at the garden, you may notice a flower that resembles a paw – you may be looking at Mangles Kangaroo Paw Plant.

Other plants at the Australian Garden are Manuka Myrtle Plant and Queensland Bottle Tree.

Baobabs and Bottle Trees

Baobabs and Bottle Trees at Flower Dome

If you turn right from the entrance passing the Succulent Garden, you will arrive at the Baobabs and Bottle Trees.

Baobabs and Bottle Trees at Flower Dome

These are the biggest and tallest plants housed at the flower garden. Wherever you are within the Flower Dome, you will see and notice these trees especially with their distinct trunk shape (used to store water).

African Baobab, the “Drunken Tree” and Ghost are found in this place. Treasure this experience since baobabs are rapidly dying off in recent years.

Californian Garden

Californian Garden at Flower Dome 1

Showcasing a colorful Californian garden, this garden is filled with shrubs and vines. Do not be surprised if you find them aromatic.

Watch out for the dainty California lilac and the shrubby blackberry plant.

Californian Garden Flower Dome 2

Don’t forget to take a photo of Winnie the Pooh and Piglet.

Flower Field

Flower Field Flower Dome 1

From its name itself, the Flower Field lies in the center of the Flower Dome and the epicenter of Flower Dome’s floral extravaganza.

Flower Field at Flower Dome

Flower Field at Flower Dome

Some flowers changes for seasonal themes like Tulip mania but watch out for Flower Field’s eternal spring with blooms like orchids, hydrangeas, and dahlias.

Mediterranean Garden

Mediterranean Garden at Flower Dome

If you need a little break from checking out one garden from another garden, head to the Mediterranean Garden where you can sit down and feel a little bit a shade.

Mediterranean Garden at Flower Dome

After all, this garden has palms namely, the Canary Island Date Palm.

Mediterranean Garden Flower Dome 2

Mediterranean Garden showcase native plants found in the Mediterranean Basin, believed to be the first in the world to cultivate agriculture.

South African Garden

South African Garden at Flower Dome

Another colorful garden within the Flower Dome is the South African Garden with vibrant colors of red, yellow, and orange with a gazelle sculptures leaping.

South African Garden at Flower Dome

Beautiful blooms of pink and purple as well as verdant greens can be found here especially the fire-prone shrubs with needle-like leaves called Fynbos plants.

Other plants found in the South African Garden are Coffee Bush plant, Pincushions plant, Heath plant and Sugarbushes plant.

South American Garden

South American Garden Flower Dome

If you spot an area with a covered archway, you have entered the South American Garden of the Flower Dome.

Focusing on Chilean garden, it is mix of arid palms and colorful flowers like the large Chilean Wine Palm standing along the garden terrace.

Meanwhile, admire flowers in yellows and purple. Spot the Monkey Puzzle Tree or take a closer look at the enigmatic anthurium flowers.

Succulent Garden

Succulent Garden Flower Dome 1

A lot of people are not into collecting and taking care of succulents at home but bring to another level as you visit this key attraction inside the Flower Dome.

Succulent Garden Flower Dome 2

Just adjacent to the Baobab Trees close to the entrance is the succulent garden.

While you are used to small succulents, here you will find big and rare ones like the Wooly Cactus and the so-called “Old Man of the Andes”.

Gardens by the Bay Flower Dome also features seasonal and changing display, something locals and frequent visitors of Singapore all look forward too.

From Chinese New Year to Christmas, watch out for ensembles within the conservatory.

How long you need to spend in Flower Dome?
Around 2 to 3 Hours

Cloud Forest – Unveil a Mysterious Misty World of Flora

Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay Singapore

The taller structure is the Cloud Forest and as opposed to the cool-dry environment of the Flower Dome, the Cloud Forest is cool and wet.

From its name itself, this conservatory mimics a cloud forest, a moist tropical forest hovered with a low-level cloud.

Cloud Forest Map
Photo Credit: Gardens by the Bay

*Inside the Cloud Forest, you can easily to get escalators and lift for visiting each level of attractions.

With the cold environment, misty and some little splashes from the waterfall, the Cloud Forest is truly mystical that it seems you are transported to a different place.

Cloud Forest Flowers

Here are some of the activities inside the Cloud Forest:

Cloud Walk

Cloud Walk at Cloud Forest

Go up to the highest section of the Cloud Forest and take a one-of-a-kind walk, where you can view the “plateau” below, feel the clouds in between your legs as well as having a closer look at the Epiphyte plants on the side of the mountain.

Thrilling and magical at the same time, Cloud Walk is definitely one of the top attractive spots in Gardens by the Bay.

Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain at Cloud Forest

You don’t have to trek to the jungle and off-the-beaten-path caves to see the world’s natural gems and crystals.

In one of the floors of the Cloud Forest is a dedicated exhibition for natural beauties found in our caves – stalagmites and stalactites. In an outstanding display, learn about these formations as you admire their beautiful shapes and forms.

The Crystal Mountain also let visitors learn about geology and our Earth’s past from other displays like fossils.

Lost World

Lost World at Cloud Forest

Lost World at Cloud Forest

Lost World at Cloud Forest

See the amazing flora at the highest point of the Cloud Forest without walking along the Cloud Walk at the Lost World.

Here is a garden where you can see vegetation that can only be found 2,000 meters above sea level.

A relaxing place, spot some ferns and the famous Venus fly-catcher plant.

Secret Garden

Secret Garden at Cloud Forest

A new attraction in Cloud Forest is Secret Garden, a place to appreciate the vegetation and flora found in a limestone and cave forest.

Secret Garden at Cloud Forest

Relax in the Secret Garden of 7,000 plants from 135 species.

Don’t miss the miniature orchid installation where you need a magnifying glass to see the orchids.

Tree Top Walk

Tree Top Walk at Cloud Forest

If you find the Cloud Walk too much for you (those with fear of heights and heart issues), you can still enjoy a canopy walk along the Crystal Mountain with the Tree Top Walk.

Tree Top Walk at Cloud Forest

Great for all ages, take a walk at the forest canopy right in the bottom of the mountain while you enjoy bird’s eye view of the tree tops and misty clouds.

Waterfall View

Waterfall View at Cloud Forest

As soon as you enter this must-visit spot at the Gardens by the Bay, you will instantly feel refreshed from one of the main highlights of Gardens by the Bay – its 35-meter waterfall.

Waterfall View at Cloud Forest

If you visit the Cloud Forest first, the waterfall soothes the humidity from Singapore weather.

How long you need to spend in Cloud Forest?
Around 1 to 2 Hours

Flower Dome and Cloud Forest Visitor Information and Ticket Price

Flower Dome and Cloud Forest Ticket Counter

Opening Hours

09:00 – 21:00

Ticket Prices of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest (Buy at Ticketing Counter):

Adult (13+): SGD $28
Child (3 – 12): SGD $15
Child (Under 2): Free

Buy your tickets online and skip the line!

1. Skip the long queue for buying your tickets at ticketing counter

As the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest are two of the most popular visit places in Gardens by the Bay, expect crowd or long queue if you are visiting during holidays or weekends. Skip the line by purchasing your ticket online.

2. Able to enter Flower Dome and Cloud Forest directly

Just show your printed tickets or soft-copy tickets via your mobile phone at the gate and you are ready to go!

3. Enjoy cheaper prices

When you buy online, you get to enjoy discounted rates in your admission fees to the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

This is great if you are trying to stretch your travel budget when in Singapore or traveling with your whole family.

4. Enjoy open date tickets

Scared that your travel time might change? No need to worry, tickets do not have a fixed schedule.

When you book online for the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest, each ticket is valid for a few months.

Therefore, there is absolutely no pressure on your travel schedule.

Skip the line while you enjoy discounted rates, book your tickets online!

Why Visit the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest?

Impressive from the outside, impeccable from the inside. There is no question why these two has become one of the top Gardens by the Bay must-visit place.

More than just the wow factor, these are conservatories of plants from different regions across the globe.

If you want something educational and entertaining at the same time while being close to nature – visit the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

In addition, these famous spots in Singapore are unique, thus, one of the must-not-skip activities when visiting the Lion City.

2. Look up and walk along the Supertree Grove & OCBC Skyway


 

Supertree Grove Gardens by the Bay Evening Time

Another top tourist spot at Gardens by the Bay are the Supertrees – a tree-like gigantic structure that is designed not just to look like trees, but functions like one.

Measuring between 25 to 50 meters high, there are 18 Supertrees in the Garden but there are 12 of them standing in what is known as the Supertree Grove.

The tallest Supertree stands 16 storeys high uniquely found in Singapore, it’s quite expected that the Supertree Grove has been named as one of Singapore’s top landmarks.

The Supertree Grove is home to multi-facet structures

Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay

Each Supertree is a vertical garden itself with its “trunk” planted with various plants. It is said that a total of 200 species and 162,900 plants are present at the Supertree Grove.

Tropical vines, ferns, and epiphytes call the Supertree home. Just like a real tree, their wide canopy-like design provide shade during daytime.

The brilliance of the Supertress lie on their functions like harvesting solar power from its photovoltaic cells – mimicking how plants use sunlight for photosynthesis.

Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay Night View

These top tourist spots within the Gardens by the Bay can also collect rainwater, just like how plants absorb water and nutrients.

While many admire the Supertree for their beauty and design, learning about their functions makes you more impressed not just to the Supertree Grove but to the whole Gardens by the Bay.

Walk this way at the OCBC Skyway

Something you shouldn’t miss among the many must-visit places within Gardens by the Bay is the OCBC Skyway, an aerial walkway measuring 128 meters connecting two of the tallest Supertrees.

You take an elevator to reach the platform and start walking along the OCBC Skyway.

OCBC Skyway with its height gives you that experience like floating above the grounds, with the gardens below you.

Views of the Marina Bay Sands and its neighboring areas, as well as the rest of the Gardens, are best seen from OCBC Skyway.

However, those with fear of heights might find crossing one end to another too much.

Don’t worry, the platform close to the Supertree “trunk” has a large space for visitors to stay, enjoy the views, and take panoramic photos without strolling along the Skyway.

With this, you don’t have to worry if you have fear of heights, the OCBC Skyway is still worth the price.

How much time you need to spend at OCBC Skyway and Supertree Grove?
Around 2 Hour

Opening Hours

09:00 – 21:00

Entrance Fees for OCBC Skyway

Adult (13+): SGD $8
Child (3 – 12): SGD $5
Child (Under 2): Free

Tickets can be bought via a ticketing booth within the Supertree Grove area.

3. Never Miss the Gardens by the Bay Supertree Light Dancing Show


 

Gardens by the Bay Supertree Light Show

Gardens by the Bay Supertree Light Show

Gardens by the Bay Supertree Light Show

See the magical beauty of the Supertrees with its daily lights and music show. Every 19:45 and 20:45, the Supertree Groves comes more alive in a dazzling musical light show.

Dancing lights that are both colorful and dazzling makes this one of the not-to-be-missed things to do in Singapore.

What’s more, the Gardens by the Bay Supertree Lights Show is free!

For 12 minutes, lay on the grass or relax by any open space by the Supertree Grove. This has become a highlight and the best way to end your visit to the Gardens by the Bay.

Where to see the Light Dancing and Music Shows:
Location: Supertree Grove

Supertree Grove Location on Google Maps

4. Take a stroll along the Dragonfly Lake and Dragonfly Bridge


 

Dragonfly Lake and Dragonfly Bridge

Just a few meters from the Supertree Grove Tree is the Dragonfly Lake and the Dragonfly Bridge.

Open from 5am to 2am, locals come here for a morning walk, bike, or for an afternoon stroll.

If you are visiting Gardens by the bay for the first time, the Dragonfly Bridge is a good vintage point to get a good angle of the Marina Bay Sands.

Dragonfly Lake at Gardens by the Bay

The Dragonfly Lake features a rich aquatic ecosystem with plants and animals not just dragonflies but frogs, bugs, and butterflies as well.

Explore the lake on its 440-meter boardwalk until you reach the Dragonfly Bridge.

Along the way, you not only spot plants and creatures but planted islands and sculptural structures. There are QR codes you can scan to know some trivial information.

Most of all, look for the iconic two steel dragonfly sculpture at the lake!

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

5. Be “Boulder” at The Canyon


 

The Canyon 1

Backdropped by the two Cold Conservatories is the newest tourist spot at Gardens by the Bay – The Canyon.

Set in a dragon-shaped 400-meter trail is a collection of 60 sculptured rocks.

These are not just any rock creations but one-of-a-kind ancient rock formations, collected and brought all the way from Shandong, China.

The Canyon 2

Walking along the trail as you spot and check out one rock formation from another, you can immediately realize how intriguing and at the same imposing they are.

Completing The Canyon are plants from arid climates like wax palm and coral trees.

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

6. Enjoy the Outdoors at the Golden Garden


 

Golden Garden

Often overlooked as one of the tourist spot of Gardens by the Bay, the Golden Gate is hard to miss especially when you follow the directions on how to get to the Gardens by the Bay.

This garden is located at the Arrival Square where there are three Supertree stands.

Its main attractions are bull bronze sculptures namely the Magnificent Bull, Red Charging Bull, and the Charging Bull by American artist, Walter Matia.

These bull sculptures symbolize Singapore’s bullish economy.

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

7. Transport to the Desert at the Sun Pavilion


 

Sun Pavilion

One of the new additions to the list of tourist spots in Gardens by the Bay is the Sun Pavilion.

As a themed garden nature park in Singapore, the Sun Pavilion focuses on plants that thrive in desert areas from America to Africa.

This garden may look like a much smaller version of the Flower Dome, but this is a great location for those looking for free things to do at Gardens by the Bay.

In a relaxed setting that resembles dry desert, walk along the small trail as you check out almost 1,000 plants representing 200 species of cactus and succulents.

Watch out for popular species like the Brain Cactus, and Turk’s Cap.

Opening Hours

09:00 – 21:00

Entrance Fees

Free

8. Create A Fantasy Jungle at the Web of Life


 

Web of Life Orangutan

What’s impressive about Gardens by the Bay is how different and interesting each themed garden is.

One of these is the Web of Life that will awe both kids and adults alike.

Set in a spacious, more open-air area this is a curated landscape showcasing 8 amazing animals that can be found in Southeast Asia using Topiary plants.

Web of Life at Gardens by the Bay

Topiaries of the Indian Laurel plant are brilliantly trimmed, shaped, and groomed to create life-size structures of animals like hornbill, pangolin, and the famous orangutan.

Without any doubt, this is another Instagrammable spot within Gardens by the bay.

Web of Life also has a nice view of Marina Bay Sands. One of the many lush green areas of the nature park, other plants found at Web of Life are figs and Banyan trees.

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

9. Walk into Singapore’s Rich History at the Heritage Garden


 

Heritage Garden at Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Gardens by the Bay also pays homage to the unique tapestry of different cultures that compose modern-day Singapore.

Welcome to Heritage Garden, home to 4 themed gardens representing Singapore’s three ethnic groups and its colonial past.

Therefore, the Heritage Garden has the Chinese Garden, Malay Garden, and Indian Garden. Completing Heritage Garden is the Colonial Garden. Each ethnic group and history is represented through certain plants as well as key structures.

Chinese Garden at Gardens by the Bay

A must-do in Gardens by the Bay, the Chinese Garden make use of nature and art to illustrate Chinese culture of antiquity and rich culture.

Rocks and water are used to resemble mountains, rivers, and waterfalls.

Indian Garden at Gardens by the Bay

The Indian Garden on the other hand provides a glimpse of the devotions and religious practices of Hinduism and Indian culture.

Elephants and plants used as offering are found in this garden.

Malay Garden at Gardens by the Bay

Malay House at Gardens by the Bay

The Malay Garden is home to tropical fruits like durian and rambutan. A traditional Malay house can be found, reminding visitors on how the structure is made from materials found in the jungle.

Colonial Garden at Gardens by the Bay

The Colonial Garden reminds you on the role of Singapore during the Spice trade. Hence, key spices like nutmeg as well as plants like rubber and cacao are planted here.

Colonial Garden at Gardens by the Bay

The Heritage Garden not only tells the history and heritage of Singapore via plants but a great venue to relax and stretch your legs after hours of exploring Gardens by the Bay with different shaded areas, shades seats and benches scattered in each themed garden.

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

10. Be Intrigued with the Floating Baby


 

Gardens by the Bay Floating Baby

Gardens by the Bay is accentuated by 40 sculptures and art installations with different materials from stainless steel to stained polished Lychee wood.

These artworks are from international artists, many of them donated by private individuals.

One of these is the “Floating Baby” by British artist, Marc Quinn. Made from white painted bronze and stainless steel, it “floats” right in front of The Meadows.

It’s real name is “Planet”, a colossal sculpture of the artist own infant son, Lucas. Weighing 7 tons, the sculpture’s weight is impeccably supported by its right arm creating the illusion of a floating baby.

The Floating Baby will always catch everyone’s attention especially on the kind of paradox is plays – it is quite heavy at seven tons yet appears totally weightless.

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

11. Drop by at the Newest Gardens by the Bay Tourist Spot – the Serene Garden


 

Serene Garden 2

If you felt too stimulated after a long day enjoying the different famous spots in Gardens by the Bay, the Serene Garden is the perfect place to find some tranquility.

Designed as a Japanese Zen Garden, the Serene Garden brings forth some relaxation amidst the hustle and bustle of city life in Singapore.

Minimalist in design, the Serene Garden covers a total of 2 hectares complete with all the features of a Japanese garden.

Serene Garden 3

The center is the unique water feature framed by Bismarckia trees that are endemic to Madagascar.

Pruned and bonsai Juniper trees fill the space along with Japanese bamboo.

Serene Garden 1

The garden also has a mini waterfall complete with blue Niyodo Rock. For the Zen design, rocks of red and blue were collected from Japan.

Like other attractive places within Gardens by the Bay, visitors can enjoy the skyline from Serene Garden.

Opening Hours

05:00 – 02:00 (Next Day)

Entrance Fees

Free

Why Visit Gardens by the Bay Singapore?


 

Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Gardens by the Bay impresses not just the urban visitors, but even the most intrepid traveler.

It goes without saying that this top-notch attraction is far from being a tourist trap like most popular attractions.

Open daily, people keep coming back and always finish their tour at all Gardens by the Bay popular spots in total awe.

Here are some reasons why you should never miss Gardens by the Bay when in Singapore:

  • It is a unique urban outdoor recreation in the world
  • It is the first of its kind in the world – the largest urban garden
  • An educational destination for today’s modern generation
  • High tech features in their exhibits and attractions
  • You can visit many attractions in one destination
  • Includes free attractions for budget travelers

How long to spend at Gardens by the Bay?


 

Question

For those planning their DIY Singapore tour or Gardens by the Bay itinerary, you can spend at least half a day to a full day at the Gardens by the Bay.

With 11 attractions, sometimes it is hard to check them in one single visit and this makes this attraction in Singapore popular, since even returning or frequent visitors of Singapore can go back to Gardens by the Bay over and over again.

The tip is to visit the popular ones if you don’t have a full day.

Likewise, take your time resting in one of the many outdoor gardens if you are taking a break visiting one attraction to another within Gardens by the Bay.

Gardens by the Bay Map


 

How to go to Gardens by the Bay via MRT Train?


Bayfront MRT Station

The cheapest and convenient ways to go to Gardens by the Bay is via MRT train.

The nearest MRT Station to Gardens by the Bay is Bayfront MRT Station.

So, what you can do is taking the train to the Bayfront MRT Station and then walk to Gardens by the Bay. It only takes you about 3 – 5 minutes to walk there.

Orchard to Gardens by the Bay:

Orchard to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the North South Line from Somerset/ Orchard MRT Station to Marina Bay MRT Station
  2. Alight at Marina Bay MRT Station and walk to the Circle Line
  3. Catch the Circle Line from Marina Bay MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  4. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Bugis to Gardens by the Bay:

Bugis to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the Downtown Line from Bugis MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  2. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Chinatown to Gardens by the Bay:

Chinatown to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the Downtown Line from Chinatown MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  2. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Little India to Gardens by the Bay:

Little India to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the Downtown Line from Little India MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  2. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

VivoCity (HarbourFront) to Gardens by the Bay:

VivoCity at HarbourFront to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the North East Line from HarbourFront MRT Station to Chinatown MRT Station
  2. Alight at Chinatown MRT Station and walk to the Downtown Line
  3. Catch the Downtown Line from Chinatown MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  4. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Changi Airport to Gardens by the Bay:

Changi Airport to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the East West Line from Changi Airport MRT Station to Tanah Merah MRT Station
  2. Alight at Tanah Merah MRT Station and walk to the East West Line that is towards Joo Koon direction
  3. Catch the East West Line from Tanah Merah MRT Station to Bugis MRT Station
  4. Alight at Bugis MRT Station MRT station and walk to the Downtown Line
  5. Take the Downtown Line from Bugis MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  6. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Clarke Quay to Gardens by the Bay:
Option 1:

Clarke Quay to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the North East Line from Clarke Quay MRT Station to Chinatown MRT Station
  2. Alight at Chinatown MRT Station and walk to the Downtown Line
  3. Catch the Downtown Line from Chinatown MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  4. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Option 2:

Fort Canning to Gardens by the Bay MRT Guide

  1. Take the Downtown Line from Fort Canning MRT Station to Bayfront MRT Station
  2. Get off at Bayfront MRT Station and go out at Exit B

Below is the step-by-step guide to the most popular attractions at Gardens by the Bay – Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.

Guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT 1

1. Take the Circle Line/ Downtown Line to Bayfront MRT Station and then find the Exit B. You’ll see the signpost for Gardens by the Bay.
2. Go straight and follow the signpost for Gardens by the Bay.
3. Continue straight ahead. At the end, turn left.
4. You can either choose to go up by the stairs or lift.

Guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT 2

5. After went up the stairs or lift, you’ll spot the Supertree Grove (One of the famous spots at Gardens by the Bay) on your right-hand side.
6. In addition, the Map of Gardens by the Bay just on ahead to assist you go to every tourist spot at Gardens by the Bay.
7. Follow the walkway in front of you.
8. Keep walking ahead.

Guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT 3

9. Turn left when you meet the T-junction.
10. Walk up the stairs and then turn right. After turned right, you’ll see the bridge on ahead. They named the bridge as Dragonfly Bridge.
11. Cross the Dragonfly Bridge.
12. Turn left after crossed the Dragonfly Bridge.

Guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT 4

13. Now, you already at Malay Garden, one of the famous spot at Gardens by the Bay.
14. You’ll discover the direction board of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest at Malay Garden to show you how to get to the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest of Gardens by the Bay.
15. Continue straight to pass by the Malay Garden.
16. After past the Malay Garden, you’ll reach the Chinese Garden. Head to Chinese Garden.

Guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT 5

17. Turn right and go straight.
18. Continue down the walkway until you get to the Indian Garden.
19. The Indian Garden just on ahead.
20. Go straight on at the roundabout of Indian Garden.

Guide to Gardens by the Bay via MRT 6

21. Go pass the roundabout and continue straight.
22. The Flower Dome and Cloud Forest of Gardens by the Bay just around the corner. Go along the walking trail.
23. Wow! You already reached the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest!
24. Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets can be purchased from ticketing counter but expect long waiting lines.

Thus, the smart way is buying your Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets ahead through Klook.

So, you can skip the long waiting line at ticketing counter.

Plus, the tickets you bought from Klook is actually 17% cheaper than buying over the counter.

Klook is a trusted authorized online seller of Gardens by the Bay.

After booked your entrance tickets from Klook, it’ll issue you soft copy of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets.

Pretty easy, you just need to present your soft copy of entrance tickets from your smartphone upon entry.

Alternative, you can print out the soft copy tickets for you to access the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.

Just like that, you don’t need to queue up at ticketing counter and able to explore more time at Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.

In short, this can help you to save more money and valuable time! 🙂

Check out the link below to:

ArtScience Museum to Gardens by the Bay


ArtScience Museum Overview

Want to know how to get to Gardens by the Bay from ArtScience Museum?

Read the detailed information below to guide you walk to Gardens by the Bay’s Flower Dome and Cloud Forest from ArtScience Museum.

ArtScience Museum is one of the famous spot in Singapore and always occupied by tourists.

You can read here to know what to do and see at ArtScience Museum.

Let’s start to see how to get to Gardens by the Bay from ArtScience Museum.

Getting to Gardens by the Bay from ArtScience Museum 1

1. Once you walk out the entrance of ArtScience Museum, turn right.
2. You’ll discover The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (Shopping Mall) just on ahead.
3. Go in The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and then turn right.
4. After turned right, go straight.

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5. Carry on straight ahead until you see the roundabout.
6. Turn left at the roundabout.
7. Continue straight.
8. Go straight ahead, you’ll find the escalators.

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9. Go down the escalators.
10. Keep going straight ahead you’ll see another escalator.
11. Go down the escalator and continue straight.
12. Turn right when you see the customer service desk.

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13. Keep on the straight road.
14. You’ll pass by the Rolex watches store on your right-hand side.
15. Keep going straight at the cross-junction.
16. Soon, you’ll reach the MRT Station. You’ll see the direction sign board of Gardens by the Bay in MRT Station that will guide you to there. Turn left at the roundabout.

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17. Follow the signpost for Gardens by the Bay.
18. You’ll discover another guidepost for Gardens by the Bay. Continue straight.
19. Go straight on until you see the stairs and lift on your left-hand side.
20. Go up via lift or stairs.

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21. After went up the lift and stairs, you’ll discover the Supertree Grove (One of the tourist spot in Gardens by the Bay) on your right.
22. Furthermore, you’ll find the map of Gardens by the Bay just on ahead.
23. Go along the walkway.
24. Continue straight.

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25. Turn left at the T-junction.
26. Walk up the stairs and then keep right. You’ll spot the Dragonfly Bridge on ahead.
27. Pass the Dragonfly Bridge.
28. Turn left and then go straight.

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29. Now, you already at Malay Garden of Gardens by the Bay.
30. You’ll find the direction board of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest at Malay Garden. The direction board will guide you to Flower Dome and Cloud Forest of Gardens by the Bay.
31. Keep going straight to pass by the Malay Garden.
32. After past the Malay Garden, soon you’ll discover the Chinese Garden.

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33. Turn right and go straight at the Chinese Garden.
34. Keep going down this walkway, soon you’ll reach the Indian Garden.
35. The Indian Garden just in front of you.
36. Go straight at the roundabout of Indian Garden.

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37. Continue straight to pass the roundabout.
38. Go straight, soon you’ll see the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest of Gardens by the Bay on ahead.
39. Great! You already arrived the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest!
40. Get ready to line-up to buy your Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets.

Skip long queue at ticketing counter and buy your Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets through Klook.

After purchased from Klook, you’ll receive soft copy tickets for Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.

Super convenient, you just need to show your soft copy of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets from your smartphone upon entry.

On the other hands, you can print out the soft copy of Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets for you to access the attractions directly.

In this way, you can spending more time at the attractions instead of wasting time to queue up for buying entrance tickets.

Another advantage to purchase entrance tickets from Klook is you can get cheaper price compare to ticketing counter.

Here’s the link for you to book your Flower Dome and Cloud Forest tickets in advance:

Conclusion

With all these attractive tourist spots in Gardens by the Bay, you know the list of things to do and see is quite long.

Expect to spend at least half of your day exploring especially for first-time visitors.

For those who have visited before, check out new attractions like the Serene Garden.

Gardens by the Bay is truly unique with the right blend of technology and nature. One-of-its-kind in the world with free attractions, you shouldn’t skip Gardens by the Bay when in Singapore.

Getting to Gardens by the Bay is also easy with direct MRT access.

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This SIM Card includes 500 minutes of local calls as well as 20 minutes international calls if you need to call home for your family or for your work.

Local calls give you more convenience to call your hotel or book reservation as you stroll and enjoy the famous tourist spots at Gardens by the Bay.

Easily pick up the 4G SIM Card at Changi Airport plus enjoy cheaper rate via booking online.

Thank you for taking your time to read my blog.

I sincerely hope that this comprehensive guide can help you easy to prepare for your Gardens by the Bay trip.

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