Everyone who has been to Singapore would never miss a chance to visit Gardens by the Bay. The Gardens by the Bay itself is a nature park consisting of 101 hectares three waterfront gardens. The gardens are called Bay South Gardens, Bay East Gardens, and Bay Central Gardens.
By getting your Gardens by the Bay tickets on Traveloka Lifestyle SuperApp, you can visit all of the places in Singapore’s largest and most beautiful gardens. Alongside its beautiful place and scenery, people may wonder why it is so unique and what it is all about. Is it the gardens themselves or other things that make this place so memorable for Singaporean or even people from around the world. Let see what it is all about.
Built to Green Living
Gardens by the Bay originally was part of the nation’s plans to transform Singapore into a greener country and evolve from “Garden City” to a “City in a Garden”. The Garden by the Bay also aims to raise the quality of life by enhancing greenery and flora in the city.
The garden was opened and first announced by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at Singapore’s National Day Rally in 2005. With the Bay South Garden becoming the most extensive garden in gardens by the bay, the place itself was intended to be Singapore’s national icon alongside the Merlion statue.
Popular Place to Visit
Gardens by the Bay are one of the most popular places to visit in Singapore. Being the popular tourist attraction in Singapore, the parks have received more than 50 million visitors since 2018.
Not only for a visit but, the gardens are also known for the adaptation, such as Guardians of Galaxy, Hitman: Agent 47, or even in the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Superb Supertree Grove
The most famous and iconic place in the gardens is Supertree Grove. Supertrees are the 18 tree-like structures that spread along in the Gardens’ landscape with superb heights. The tree measured in 25 meters up to 50 meters range and was designed by Grant Associates. The supertree originally were vertical gardens that could do many functions, such as planting, working as environmental engines for the gardens, or even aesthetically used for photos and videos.
Bay Central, East, and South Garden
There are three central gardens in the gardens by the bay, called Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay South Garden. Bay Central is located between Bay South and Bay East Gardens and measuring 15 hectares with a 3-kilometer waterfront promenade that gives beautiful and mesmerizing scenery.
Next, Bay East Garden could cover up the Singapore skyline viewed in the form of 32 hectares in size and 2-kilometer length. There is a Marina Reservoir, an interim park that was developed at Bay East Garden that succeeded the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. Bay East Garden provides visitors with a view of the city skyline of gardens by the bay.
Last, there is Bay South Garden that consists of flower dome conservatories and cloud forest. The flower dome is the biggest one in the world. The forest itself is perfectly designed as a beautiful being collection of gardens consisting of different themes, including The Lost World, The Cavern, The Waterfall View, The Crystal Mountain, The Cloud Forest Gallery, The Cloud Forest Theatre, and The Secret Garden.
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