Gardens by the Bay brings to life the National Parks Board Singapore’s vision of creating a City in a Garden. The Gardens captures the essence of Singapore as the premier tropical Garden City with the perfect environment in which to live and work — making Singapore a leading global city of the 21st century.
What is the best time to go Gardens by the Bay?
When is best time for visiting Gardens by the Bay? Visit on weekdays to avoid the crowds. Alternatively, pay a visit towards the early morning or the evening when it is cooler. The Cooled Conservatories stay open till 9 pm and have a different atmosphere after dark.
Why do people like to go to Gardens by the Bay?
Measuring between 25 and 50 metres tall, these tree-like vertical gardens are a delightful attraction during the day and offer dazzling light displays at night. Those feeling brave can take a trip to the top of a Supertree for an exhilarating view. The World of Plants display showcases the story of plant life.
How much does it cost to build Garden by the Bay?
The Gardens cost about S$1 billion to build.
How much does it cost to maintain Gardens by the Bay?
In a written response by the Ministry of National Development to questions submitted my Mr Sitoh Yih Pin, the annual operating cost for the Gardens is estimated to be $53 million, of which $28 million is for operating the two Conservatories, and the remaining $25 million, for the outdoor gardens.
Is Gardens by the Bay self sustainable?
It is clear to see that the Gardens by the Bay provides continuous sustainability. Situated within Bay South, Dragonfly Lake and Kingfisher Lake incorporate a natural filtration and irrigation system which is utilised to filter captured water.