Explore the City
Nothing beats taking a stroll along the flora and fauna fantasy. Located in the heart of Downtown, Gardens by The Bay engulfs you into a lush greenery scenes with their surreal structures and floral conservatories. One attraction not to be missed is the Supertree Grove Observatory, the highlight of Gardens By The Bay. On this 50-metre-high observation deck, you will be delighted to see Singapore’s skyline from a different perspective. If you are in love with floral landscapes, visit the air-conditioned conservatories: Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and Floral Fantasy, where you explore the myriad plants collection.
Gardens by The Bay holds special events and exhibitions in different seasons. Stay updated on the special events here.
Experience The Splendour of Singapore's City Landscape Through the Largest Observation Wheel!
One way to take a breath-taking sight of Singapore is to be on board in the Singapore Flyer. The Singapore Flyer is not only the Asia’s largest giant observation wheel but also a favourite spot for travellers! The Singapore Flyer takes you on a 30-minute journey to admire Marina Bay area and beyond from a panoramic viewpoint. During the journey in the shared capsule, you may also learn more about Singapore’s history and places of interests with an activated audio guide and interactive screens. Besides catching the wonderful views of Singapore, there are also special event experiences such as Private Flyer Sky Dining, Premium Champagne Experience or even Special Packages, great for important celebrations.
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The Singapore River Cruise is an iconic way to experience sightseeing on the waters. Seated on a 40- bumboat, you will get to travel past famous places of interests such as the Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands and the Esplanade from the scenic river. Discover and explore Singapore's rich history in this the 40-minute boat ride journey.
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The Helix Bridge is a uniquely shaped bridge at Marina Bay, linking pedestrains from Esplanade or City Hall area to Marina Bay Sands. Inspired by the geometric structure of DNA, this bridge was designed with double-helix curved duplex stainless steel, about 280 metre long. This special walkway has been popular as one of the sightseeing hotspots in Singapore, especially at night when multicoloured LED lights are illuminating the pathway.
The Merlion is an iconic statue which is also the official national personification of Singapore. The statue is located near the Singapore River at One Fullerton Singapore, near our Central Business District.Ever wondered how the name “Merlion” came about? “Mer” refers to sea and the merges of fish and lion came about as Singapore originated as a humble fishing village in the late 13th to 14th century.
Standing tall at 8.6 metres, the statue receives countless visitors due to its uniqueness. With the status spouting water from its mouth, many tourists come by to capture candid photos and videos of them interacting with the statue. Head to the Singapore River for a family getaway and experience the symbolism behind the Merlion!