Natural marvels at Gardens by the Bay's glass greenhouse

Why You Need To Visit

  • A Space Where Nature Blooms

    The beauty of nature beckons visitors to the Flower Dome in Bay South Gardens. Covering 1.28 hectares, this verdant space is the larger of three cooled conservatories, and broke the Guinness World Record as the World’s Largest Glass Greenhouse in 2015. It is home to plants and flowers from five continents, from thousand-year old olive trees to magnolias and orchids.

  • Spectacular Supertrees

    These iconic structures are home to vertical gardens, soar up to 50 metres above the ground and come to life in a glorious spectacle of light and sound after dusk. These Supertrees also collect rainwater, generate solar power and act as venting ducts for the park’s conservatories. Don’t miss out on the Garden Rhapsody, a dazzling light and sound show happening daily.

  • Art in the City

    Home to over 200 sculptures, from unique stainless steel flower sculptures to recycled trash sculptures, whether you’re a nature lover, or art enthusiast, there’s something for everyone.