Eternal Spring in the Flower Dome of Gardens by the Bay

Everybody loves FREE.

But when it comes to Gardens by the Bay, do the right thing: skip the unpaid-but-disappointing outdoor garden and head straight to the conservatory domes. On my second visit to the Gardens over a year ago, I finally gave in to the expensive SGD 28 admission fee and found myself pleasantly surprised with the variety.

I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves this time.

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Flower Dome in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Some of the flowers have colors so rich that they literally hurt your eyes if you stare at them too long. You know those Photoshop pictures which have been retouched with extremely high saturation level? The effect is exactly like that.

The Flower Dome brings the best plants from African Baobabs, Mediterranean Basin, South West Australia, South Africa, Central Chile and California region across the 1.2 hectares dome. And it shows.

Once you’re done with the Flower Dome, it’s not over yet. The Cloud Forest and Bay East Garden awaits you.

Book a trip to Gardens by the Bay here.

What is the best flower conservatory you’ve ever visited? What are your favorite flowers?

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