Car park lots in the Gardens are limited. To ensure a pleasant visit, public is advised to travel via MRT and alight at Bayfront station to the Gardens. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please follow our official Telegram channel for the latest updates.
Use of tripods is not allowed for photo-taking during Mid-Autumn Festival
To better manage the crowds for the safe movement of all visitors, the use of tripods for photo-taking at the Mid-Autumn Festival lanterns installations in the Outdoor Gardens and Flower Dome is not allowed on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and on 21 Sep (Mid-Autumn Festival day). We apologise for the inconvenience caused.
Reopening/Closure of Attractions and Resumption of Garden Rhapsody
Supertree Observatory will open from 14 Aug 2021 while Children's Garden remains closed till further notice. Garden Rhapsody daily light and sound shows will resume from 20 Aug 2021, click here for more information.
Important information for COVID-19 safety measures
In compliance with the latest government guidelines, group sizes need to be maintained at up to 5 persons from 10 Aug 2021.
Temporary closure of Serene Garden, World of Plants and The Meadow
Please note that the opening hours of The Meadow, Serene Garden, and World of Plants have been temporarily revised with the launch of the art exhibition, Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom. Entry to these locations requires an admission ticket from 1 May 2021. Find out more here.
Audio Tour and Auto Rider operations
Auto Rider and Audio Tour services remain suspended till further notice.
Do you know that the large flower head of the sunflower is actually made up of hundreds and thousands of small flowers? Have fun adding colours to this printable sunflower activity and colouring sheet!
David, a botanist at Gardens by the Bay is a nature enthusiast who regularly updates his group mates about fascinating plants and exciting discoveries at the Gardens. Join him in a series of letters to his friends and begin your adventure with nature!
The Cannonball Tree (Couroupita guianensis), so named because of its large and rounded fruits, lives in the World of Plants at Gardens by the Bay. Try matching each role to the right tree part to complete the poster!