Usher in the Year of Rat Gardens by the Bay’s first floral display of 2020, “Dahlia Dreams – the Heavenly Race”, in collaboration with Beijing Florascape Co., Ltd.
Mosaiculture is the art of composing a motif, an image, a picture or a sculpture using carefully selected and pruned flowering or foliage plants. Fu medallion at the entrance of Flower Dome is one of them. It means good fortune, blessing and happiness.
Make a grand entrance through the magnificent archway.
The majestic red-crowned cranes, thought to have a lifespan of a thousand years; a symbol of longevity and good luck.
Be surrounded by more than 70 Dahlia cultivar appearing in all shapes and sizes. Dahlias have been officially divided into different groups or classes – decorative, ball, cactus, anemone, collerette and pompon
The peach blossoms by the pavilion are reminiscent of those seen by the fisherman in Tao Yuanming’s fable The Peach Blossom Spring.
12 zodiac signs.
The golden rat.
From 27 Jan to 9 Feb, Usher in the Year of Rat with a variety of festive programmes and activities this Lunar New Year. Watch The Story of Nian unfold through music, puppetry, and drama, and don’t miss out the spark-tacular Golden Pyro Dragon Dance making its first appearance in Singapore.
Dahlia Dreams Floral Display
Now till 23 February 2020
Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Purchase your tickets here!
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