Situated right outside Bayfront MRT, the 1,500sq m space is segregated into a trail of four diversely themed garden landscapes—Dance, Float, Waltz and Drift, designed to take after the characteristics of various natural environments.
Be greeted by a lush, colourful tableau of flowering plants suspended from the ceiling, which move sinuously in mesmerising fashion at Dance, the first of the four garden landscapes of Floral Fantasy. Enjoy the calming sounds of the Float, where the water from the bubbling brook flows through the landscape, and a hundred fuchsia hanging overhead. Meet Nobu, the garden guardian who watches over his plants, and if you’re observant enough, you might even find his nine fairy friends hiding within the flowers.
Take a stroll down Waltz amidst a rain oasis and waterfalls of flowers among cascading rocks and winding driftwood. Imagine walking through a forest in the rain when you explore this garden landscape, and ponder about the fragility of our biodiversity. Spot the Poison Dart Frogs on display here; despite being tiny, they are hard to miss because of their brilliant colors. Enter the last garden landscape, a cave-like space that is ringed with terraced rock formations, Drift. The semi-enclosed space is set aglow with soft lighting, creating an enthralling atmosphere.
*The 4D multimedia ride Flight of the Dragonfly at Floral Fantasy will remain closed until further notice.
Floral Fantasy will open from 10am to 7pm on weekdays and 10am to 8pm on weekends and public holidays. Timed-entry tickets for local residents will be SG$10 for adults and SG$5 for children 12 and under. Tickets for non-residents cost SG$15 for adults and SG$9 for children 12 and under. Pre-booking is required. Get your tickets HERE.
We love flowers and these blooms are exceptionally spectacular! What's more, with these displays we can celebrate aspiring artists as we marvel at their floral-themed works on display.
Nature-lovers and just about anyone who loves to get lost in nature amidst these vibrant blooms and creations.
For all you Star Wars fans, check out the handsome dark foliage of the rare Darth Vader Begonia that particularly stands out against the soft green of the moss walls. With jet-black leaves and lime green edges, it is no wonder this begonia was named after the iconic villain of Star Wars.
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