Beautiful Gardens By The Bay in Singapore

by - February 12, 2021

It's been a while since my last post. As you know I'm a travel enthusiast. Some of the countries I travel before, but I didn't blog about them. However, I blogged about some of the countries that I had visited in these few years. My recent trip was Singapore with my husband, it was a random trip and very rush. Something that left a strong impression is the Gardens By The Bay. Gardens By The Bay is one of my bucket lists and now finally I achieved.

I missed everything in Singapore so badly, I miss the travel life, missing the food, and missing the moments that I can literally enjoy the beautiful scenes. Gardens By The Bay trip posts are going to be wordless, hopefully, you don't mind since it's already a year ago. Well, let the pictures do the talking to you!

We have booked the tickets through the klook app, so we can avoid big ques in front of the counters.

Gardens By The Bay is one of Singapore’s most stunning urban outdoor recreation spaces and it is one place where you can see nature and technology interacting in the best way possible.

You can walk around the Gardens By The Bay for free, but visits to the Cloud Forest or Flower Dome require a ticket.

These superstructures are designed to function exactly like a tree, they harness solar energy with the help of photovoltaic cells and this energy powers up the spectacular light. The Supertree Grove has 12 of these technologically advanced trees, with heights ranging between 25 meters to 50 meters. There are two OCBC Garden Rhapsody light and sound show daily at 7:45 p.m and 8:45 p.m so don't miss it!

Come here at weekday, I thought if we arrive early we can avoid the crowded but I was wrong. The flower dome was really crowded very quickly.

Flower Dome, as you can guess from the name, this place is all about flowers of different sorts. It is a huge park spanning about 100 hectares of reclaimed land and is composed of several gardens showcasing a variety of plant species and flowers. If you’re flower lovers this place will probably be somewhat of a haven!

My first selfie with my hubby!

You might probably figure out by now that I am a big fan of flowers. I love looking at them and enjoying their beauty.

Now get ready to be amazed by the beauty of flowers! So many different flowers in a single place from different parts of the world.

Flower Dome Floral Display. The flower display changes frequently to reflect the seasonal changes and festivals.

In the Flower Dome, you'll encounter more than 36,000 the lovely plants from dry-cool regions like the Mediterranean, South Africa, and Australia, including some 1,000-year-old olive trees.

If you take a closer look while walking through the Flower Dome you will find many wooden statues hidden among the plants.

The Cloud Forest is one of the two largest climate-controlled conservatories in the world. As the name implies, the precipitation comes directly from clouds through the cloud filtering of the trees that create the moist, misty and dim environment.

Once you step into the Cloud Forest dome, you will be immediately awestruck by the magnificent sight and the sound of the large waterfall. It was a hot and humid day in Singapore so the cool air from the waterfall was so refreshing.

The Cloud Forest is higher but slightly smaller at 0.8 hectares (2.0 acres). It replicates the cool, moist conditions found in tropical mountain regions between 1,000 meters (3,300 ft) and 3,000 meters (9,800 ft) above sea level, found in South-East Asia, Middle- and South America. It features a 42-meter (138 ft) "Cloud Mountain", accessible by an elevator, and visitors will be able to descend the mountain via a circular path where a 35-meter (115 ft) waterfall provides visitors with refreshing cool air.

The mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems.

Spectacular view from inside the cloud forest!

Crystal Mountains at Gardens by the Bay, inside the 'Cloud Forest' dome - an artificial arboretum with rare plants, diverse vegetation, veiled in mist.

After we spent an entire day there walking around and enjoying this cloud forest, then we moved to Supertree groove to see a night view of the Supertrees. At 8:45 p.m we could hear the sounds of the Garden Rhapsody show in the distance.

The Supertrees combine a variety of green technologies (solar panels, air ventilation towers, and a rainwater collection system) and contribute to at least 30% saving in energy consumption in the Marina South Gardens’ cooled conservatories.

After the sound show finished we go to the SuperTree by IndoChine located in the Gardens by the Bay. The entry is 20 dollars and you get to choose one drink. Up in the SuperTree by IndoChine you can choose between the fully air-conditioned restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows on the 14th floor, or the superb alfresco rooftop bar one floor up.

There are sofa cushions and tables all along so it’s a nice place to chill out. The SuperTree by IndoChine restaurant and roof bar were expensive. We wouldn't return here anymore, but we don't feel regret because we can see the view from the top.

Here you can relax after a tiring walk and enjoy great views while having drinks and food.

Stylish rooftop bar with a view of the Marina Bay Sands.

My husband ordered the mango juice but the mango juice was disappointing.

I ordered the Matcha Cheesecake with Chocolate Icecream. Matcha cheesecake was okay still satisfied my sweet tooth.

We could see the Marina Bay Sands from a distance.

Singapore Flyer is seen from Gardens By The Bay.

The small waterfall that you can see before you leave the Gardens By The Bay.

Website of Gardens by the Bay:

18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953 

You can catch any line that suits you (Via the Circle Line or Downtown Line) and chooses to stop at the Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16) and take exit B and follow the underground linkway. Exit and cross the Dragonfly Bridge or Meadow Bridge into Gardens by the Bay. Once you get the Garden, you can choose to walk or take an electric car to take you right to Flower Dome or Cloud Forest.

Overall, we were so impressed with the Gardens by the bay, as this was our first visit. At Gardens by the Bay, you could easily forget the time, spend the whole day, and still not want to leave at closing time. That's all for today! Hopefully, you guys enjoy reading this post and have some idea where to go when you visit Singapore!

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