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Floral Fantasy

 

Explore Floral Fantasy

Dance

Dance

  • Be greeted by a lush, colourful tableau of flowering plants suspended from the ceiling, which move sinuously in mesmerising fashion at Dance, the first of the four garden landscapes of Floral Fantasy.

Float

Float

  • Be enchanted by the calming sounds of the Float, where the water from the bubbling brook flows through the landscape, and a hundred fuchsia hanging overhead. Meet Nobu, the garden guardian who watches over his plants, and if you're observant enough, you might even find his nine fairy friends hiding within the flowers.

Waltz

Waltz

  • Take a stroll down Waltz amidst a rain oasis and waterfalls of flowers among cascading rocks and winding driftwood. Imagine walking through a forest in the rain when you explore this garden landscape, and ponder about the fragility of our biodiversity. Spot the Poison Dart Frogs on display here; despite being tiny, they are hard to miss because of their brilliant colours.

Drift

Drift

  • Enter the last garden landscape, a cave-like space that is ringed with terraced rock formations, Drift. The semi-enclosed space is set aglow with soft lighting, creating an enthralling atmosphere.
Flight of the Dragonfly
Fantasy Theatre - 'Flight of the Dragonfly' 4D ride
Fantasy Theatre remains closed until further notice. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.

Get ready to experience the 4D ride. Visitors embark on a simulated journey of a dragonfly's flight path through Gardens by the Bay to discover a whole new world of wonder.

(Height requirement: 1m and above)

Refer to Advisory for accessibility & height requirements


What's Blooming

Floral Fantasy showcases more than 3,000 plants of more than 150 species. Spot the ''fried eggs" & "Darth Vader" Begonias among some of the more curious plants when you are here! 

Begonia darthvaderiana

Begonia ‘Darth Vader’
(Begonia darthvaderiana)

  • Of all the curious begonias on display in the poison dart frog vivarium, the handsome dark foliage of the rare Darth Vader Begonia particularly stands out against the soft green of the moss walls. With jetblack leaves and lime green edges, it is no wonder this begonia was named after the iconic villain of Star Wars.

     

Fuchsia cvr.

Fuschia cvr.

  • Hanging off the cavern wall is one of the Japanese Fuchsia hybrids. Unlike the usual cultivars of fuchsias with flowers that resemble dancing ladies, the drooping flowers of this hybrid resemble long pink trumpets with a red flare towards the tip.

Polyspora axillaris

Fried Egg Tree
(Polyspora axillaris)

  • This tree with the gastronomical name might seem rather unassuming, but if you take a closer look, you will notice clusters of flower buds nestled among its glossy spoon-shaped leaves. These buds eventually bloom into white flowers with yellow stamens that resemble an egg cooked sunny-side up!

‘Surfina Purple Vein’ Petunia

‘Surfina Purple Vein’ Petunia

  • While you might think of petunias as a common bedding plant, these 'Surfinia purple vein' petunias are extraordinary, with a delicate lacework of vibrant purple veins tracing the centre of each amethyst bloom.

 

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18 Marina Gardens Drive
Singapore 018953
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