Singapore’s iconic Gardens by the Bay comprises numerous surreal attractions, including a conservatory complex that houses two climate-controlled bio-domes - the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest – which are known to be the largest columnless greenhouses in the world. Covering 1.2 hectare is the beautiful Flower Dome, which features a fascinating variety of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions. Home to picture-perfect, colorful flower displays that change regularly, ancient olive trees, interactive exhibits, and so much more, the Flower Dome will not disappoint. The Cloud Forest, spread across 0.8 hectares, on the other hand is covered in cool mist and is home to plant life found in tropical mountain regions between 1,000 metres and 3,000 metres above sea level. Found here is a 35-metre-tall man-made mountain, which is accessible by lift, and offers visitors the chance to experience what it would be like to ‘walk in the cloud’, and also the world's tallest indoor waterfall which is truly awe-inspiring.
Flower Dome AND Cloud Forest Adults: $28 Children (3-12 years old): $15
Daily: 9.00am - 9.00pm
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The themed flower displays in the Flower Dome, and the man-made mountain and waterfall in the Cloud Forest
Muslims visiting the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest will be able to find a prayer room at Gardens by The Bay. The room marked ‘Musholla’, located next to Texas Chicken Restaurant, can be used by both men and women. Ablution will have to be taken elsewhere since the room does not offer these facilities.
While Gardens by The Bay offers its visitors a variety of dining options, most of them will not be Halal. The only Halal certified restaurant at Gardens by The Bay is in fact Texas Chicken. Muslim visitors will also find vegetarian and seafood dishes served at the other restaurants found at the attraction, but they will have to ensure the items they order do not contain any non-Halal ingredients.