Enter the Cloud Forest, a mysterious world veiled in mist. Take in breath-taking mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems. And learn about rare plants and their fast-disappearing environment.
Nature reduces stress and helps soothe the soul. Art has the same potential. In Cloud Forest, art as a medium, and nature as its platform, will come together in a powerful way to provide people with welcome respite from these stressful times.
Lee Kuang-Yu: A Sculptor’s Secret Garden
Visitors to Cloud Forest when it reopens to public will get to see its first-ever full-scale art exhibition. In collaboration with Chini Gallery, “A Sculptor’s Secret Garden” is a showcase of 16 bronze sculptures by well-known Taiwanese artist Lee Kuang-Yu.
Mr Lee’s 16 sculptures, which are interspersed throughout Cloud Forest, are based on three themes: “A Quiet Respite in the Garden”, “Beautiful Memories” and “Man and Nature as One”. These sculptures were brought out of Mr Lee's studio and garden nestled in the mountains of Xizhi in Taipei, to be exhibited in Gardens by the Bay.
See our new driftwood pieces created by British sculptor James Doran-Webb at various locations around Cloud Forest. These include a new addition to the simian family at the conservatory’s entrance, the Tree of Life collection, as well as a larger-than-life tarantula poised dramatically atop the lift shaft at the Lost World.