Blossom Bliss at Gardens by the Bay

Blossom Bliss

You can now enjoy the sakura season right here in Singapore for a limited period only! There are more than 20 varieties of cherry blossoms set in a Japanese-inspired landscape. The temperature of the conservatory has been adjusted slightly colder to meet the needs of the weather-sensitive cherry blossoms. The flowers of the cherry blossom normally bloom for about one or two weeks. Best if you can monitor the Gardens by the Bay’s Facebook page for updates on the state of flowering before coming down.

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Gardens by the Bay: Dahlia Dreams


Ring in the Year of the Monkey with Dahlia Dreams floral display inspired by the Chinese classical tale Journey to the West at the Gardens by the Bay, Flower Dome. In this first floral display of 2016, take a stroll through a stunning landscape of dahlias, begonias and other exquisite blooms against the backdrop of a 7-metre-tall mountain.

People born in the year of the monkey are quick witted, intelligent and playful.

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Flowery Fun Times @ Gardens by the Bay

Nursery Rhymes

From now till July, Gardens by the Bay features beloved characters from nursery rhymes! Amidst fields of Lupin blooms, Foxgloves and Delphiniums too, Wondrous characters and animals await to take you on a magical Nursery Rhymes date.

Nursery Rhymes

“Flowery Fun Times” is the third of six chapters in Gardens by the Bay’s storytelling journey in 2015.

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Fresh: Tulipmania 2015 @ Gardens By the Bay!

This week theme


The highly anticipated, annual Tulipmania display returns to Singapore Gardens by the Bay amidst a colourful setting of magical fairy tales.

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Gallop into the Year of the Horse

Year of the Horse Floral Display

Gardens by the Bay kick off this Lunar New Year with the Year of the Horse Flower Field Display till 16 February 2014! The Wood Horse year is a time of fast victories, unexpected adventure, and surprising romance. The Chinese also believe that horses are energetic, talented, kind and cheerful. The phrase “Qian Li Ma” or a thousand miles horse, a mythical horse that is able to gallop a thousand miles in a single day.

Year of the Horse Floral Display

A magical horse is often associated with supernatural powers. He is heroic, strong, and able to fly. A white celestial cloud Horse is sacred to the Chinese Goddess Kwan Yin. Her white Horse flies through the heavens, bringing peace and blessings.

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Whimsical Christmas at Gardens by the Bay

Christmas Tree

If you think Singapore weather is too warm to celebrate Christmas, think again! The perks of being the Friends of the Gardens allow me unlimited access to the Cooled Conservatories and OCBC Skyway. Escape the heat and enchant with Christmas Sugar Mountain at the Gardens by the Bay, a visual treat for everyone!

Christmas Sugar Mountain

Whimsical gardenscape of vegetables and fruits, this is the first time the Gardens collaborate with an international landscape designer, Kazuyuki Ishihara, a multiple gold medallist at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show. The flower display field transformed to magic in the evening.

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Diwali Celebration at Gardens by the Bay

Celebration: Deepavali

Unlike Little India where the streets are artfully decorated with an explosion of vibrant, colourful arches and lights, Gardens by the Bay has its own way to celebrate Deepavali – The Festival of Lights. The Flower Field Display is inspired by by the traditional Indian decorative art kolam that features Indian fabric lanterns sitting on a bed of vivid purple and orange flora, made up of flowers like Amaranths, Cone Flowers and Cockscombs, while  carved wooden elephants add to the festive ambiance.

Deepavali Celebration

The festival gets its name from the row (avali) of lights (or deep) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolise the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.

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