Welcome to Gardens by the Bay! Featuring an exotic diversity of plants from all over the world, this garden paradise is no stranger to a host of new discoveries and exciting adventures.
From the hotel, walk to Chinatown Station and take DT Line to Bayfront Station. From here, you can walk to Gardens by the Bay.
This awe-inspiring, 101-hectare green zone is full of activities for nature lovers.
Don’t miss Bay South Garden’s highlights—the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome conservatories, which house close to 100,000 plants, and the towering steel Supertrees that stretch up to 50 metres into the sky.
Spent half day just strolling around the gardens. The outdoor gardens are really pretty with different kinds of plants.
The place has no entry fee . Entree fees only are applicable for Skywalk and for the Dome garden.
The food at the mall is expensive , you get a McDonalds option here. Once can also try the Satay by the bay Food court. It is value for money.
Singapore Botanic Gardens is a star visitor attraction for the sophisticated traveller and the local resident. The Gardens possess an array of botanical and horticultural attractions with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance.
How to get there: From the gardens, walk to Bayfront and take DT Line to Botanical gardens station.
Singapore's first UNESCO Heritage is also home to an extensive collection of unique plants—including the world’s most comprehensive collection of tropical orchids—as well as one of the oldest remnants of a primary rainforest here.
The famous Orchid Garden is the park so you'll walk across it either way. If you have time, you can spend a whole day here, but if you don’t, you can see enough on your way to the Orchids.
The sprawling but beautifully manicured Singapore Botanic Gardens isn’t just a recreational park.
Along Labrador Villa Road off Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore, Singapore
Labrador Nature Reserve is a great little park in Singapore with natural marvels and great quite atmosphere. This is the right place for relaxation.
To get there take the MRT to Labrador Park Station. Exit the station, go left, walk along the main road, then take the first road on your left. After 5 minutes you will reach a sign saying Labrador Nature Reserve.
This reserve is a haven for flora and fauna like magnificent monitor lizards and beautiful fish poison trees.
Trekkers can also go on enlightening heritage trails that shed light on Labrador Park’s role in Singapore’s maritime and war history.
Labrador Nature Reserve itself is worth visiting even if you are not interested in history. It is also supposedly a good place for bird watching.
The nature reserve is near the sea and there are picnic tables and play areas at the waterfront. There is also a walkway along the waterfront.
You can simply walk past the sea up to the VivoCity Mall and enjoy the fresh air, sea and the greenery...All of the above are great places to visit for nature lovers.