Gardens by the Bay is a much welcome addition to Singapore's many interesting and great attractions. Given our limited time, we decided to focus our visit to the conservatories, the flower dome and the cloud forest dome.
The flower dome is a refreshing site. When we were there, there were many visitors who were obviously delighted as we were at the sight of blooms, cacti, thousand year-old olive trees and baobabs. I haven't been to Japan yet, and so the cherry
blossoms were something to behold.
The cloud forest dome features a man-made mountain and waterfall some 30 meters high. To
appreciate it, you go up to level 7 and go down a
concrete walkway while taking in the sights of orchids, ferns and other tropical plants.
What's unique about these attractions are that they are enclosed in air-conditioned domes. This tempts one to tarry longer to fully appreciate what these have to offer.
There are other attractions that we should have visited if we had ample time. You have the Skyway and Supertrees, World of Plants, Heritage Gardens that features, among others, the Far East Organization's Children's Garden.
For S$ 28 for the 2 conservatories, entrance is quite cheap for what the place has to offer. So, if you're in Singapore, the Gardens by the Bay should be in your must-see list.
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