Gardens by the Bay at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore is a breathtaking architectural design that everyone should definitely visit when heading through Singapore. When we first arrived at the gardens we felt that we had been transported into a real life version of Pandora from the 2009 movie Avatar.
Gardens by the Bay
This is one of those destinations that should be seen during the day and at night. Luckily for us we were staying at the Marina Bay Sands which allowed us easy access to the gardens, which by the way are completely free. You can stroll around the gardens, take some photographs or pay a few dollars to go up and walk around the canopy board walk.
Certainly the highlight of the whole establishment is when you first walk into Cloud Forrest. As the door opens you hear the sounds of a waterfall and you expect just a small pond, but as you edge closer your head tilts up to see a massive mountain with water pouring down in front of you.
Though not free we ended up buying a double pass for entry into both Cloud Forrest and Flower Dome.
This large dome filled with flowers and flora from all around the world and though may not seem invigorating to most, we enjoyed the relaxing stroll in our busy schedule.
We recommend that you head here first before going into the Cloud Forrest, simply because the wow factor that could be lost a little bit if headed here flast. Also if you have sinuses problems best to stay clear of here or you will be sneezing your way to the exit.
Cost: $AUD26 for Flower Dome + Cloud Forrest
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