Floral Fantasy is the newest attraction at Garden by the Bay featuring more than 3,000 plants, with more than 150 species including unique and rare plants from countries such as Ecuador, Madagascar and Japan. Located at Bayfront Plaza, there are four diverse garden landscapes, each showcasing a different artistic concept.
You will be surrounded by flowers once you enter this themed attraction. Dance is the first garden landscape you will see that features 15,000 pastel blooms suspended upside down from above, forming a brightly – coloured, immersive canopy as you walk through the lane.
At the end of this zone, you will be greeted by the whimsical sight of pendulous floral balls bobbing gently up and down from the ceiling.
Artist Corner is a platform for local artists to showcase their work to a larger audience
At 1500sqm, this attraction is the smallest compared to Flower Dome and Cloud Forest.
A space that is ensconced by driftwood structures at the top and sheets of water at the sides.
Reminiscent of a cavern, this semi – enclosed space is ringed with terraced rock. Amidst a glittering lightscape reminiscent of glow worms, a collection of exotic South American orchids grow out from the rock, while hanging ferns drape down from the ceiling, creating a magical atmosphere.
The 4D Ride: Flight of the Dragonfly
One of the highlight of the attraction is the 4D multi-sensory ride. The theatrette can only accommodate up to 24 visitors at a time. You can expect long queue during the weekends.
For 15 mins and with the aid of 3D glasses, visitors will experience their four senses of sight, sound, smell and touch triggered as they are taken on a simulated journey of a dragonfly’s flight path through Gardens by the Bay.
Floral Fantasy officially opens to public on 14 April 2019. Check out the opening special rate, for visits to the Floral Fantasy between 14 April and 13 May 2019.
9am to 9pm
Gardens by the Bay, Bayfront Plaza (Next to Bayfront MRT)
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Purchase your tickets here!
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