50% Discount On Gardens By The Bay Tickets For Singapore Residents From 6 To 22 March 2020

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Thinking of paying a visit to Gardens by the Bay to view the cherry blossoms at Gardens by the Bay? Now Singapore residents have even more reason to do so with a special 50% off promotion at Gardens by the Bay from 6 to 22 March 2020.

50% off promotion at Gardens by the Bay

Cooled Conservatories, Gardens by the Bay, SingaporeThe 50% off promotion at Gardens by the Bay applies to admission to the Flower Dome, where Sakura Matsuri, the crowd-favourite cherry and peach blossom flower display, is being held, as well as the Cloud Forest dome, Floral Fantasy and the recently opened Supertree Observatory.

It is applicable to Singapore Residents only. Singapore Residents refer to Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and holders of valid Work Permit, Employment Pass or Dependent Pass. Each Singapore Resident can buy up to six tickets per transaction.

It is timed to coincide with the upcoming March school holidays 2020 in Singapore.

In addition, admission to the indoor exhibits at #FutureTogether over at the BayFront Pavilion is free for Singapore Residents.

Viewing Cherry Blossoms at Gardens by the Bay

Cherry Blossoms at Gardens by the Bay

At the Flower Dome, Sakura Matsuri 2020 takes place from 6 to 29 March. It features the pretty flowers of cherry blossom and peach blossom trees. More than 20 varieties are on display at this year’s Sakura Matsuri.

Sakura Matsuri 2020 At Gardens By The Bay: Pink Blossoms & The Peach Boy

Amongst the decorations at the flower field are vermillion torri gates, an icon of Japan, and a traditional Japanese tea house. Visitors can also look forward to learning about the story of Momotaro, the Peach Boy, and the traditional Gassho-style farmhouses found in Shiraiawa-go and Gokayama Japan.

Read more about Sakura Matsuri 2020.

Floral Fantasy

Floral Fantasy At Gardens By The Bay: Artistry In Bloom

Floral Fantasy is a flower display at Gardens by the Bay’s Bayfront Pavilion. Step inside to experience how artistry can transform flowers into large scale works of art.

Supertree Observatory

Supertree Observatory: A Bird’s Eye View Of Gardens By The Bay

At Supertree Grove, you can now go up one of Gardens by the Bay’s iconic supertrees. The Supertree Observatory provides a bird’s eye view of Gardens by the Bay from two observation levels.

Read more about the Supertree Observatory.

Free Entry to #FutureTogether for Singapore Residents

We Spill The Tea On #FutureTogether’s “Flowers Bloom In An Infinite Universe Inside a Teacup”

If you do decide to take advantage of Gardens by the Bay’s 50% off ticket prices promotion and visit between 6 to 22 March, do remember to visit #FutureTogether at Bayfront Pavilion too. This digital exhibition features the work of art collective teamLab, including a tea experience, and is the capstone event of the Singapore Bicentennial. Admission is free for Singapore residents and no tickets is required.

For more details about the 50% off tickets promotion at Gardens by the Bay and detailed terms and conditions, visit the website here.

READ: We Spill the Tea on the Tea Experience at #FutureTogether, Gardens by the Bay

READ: Sakura Matsuri 2020 – Cherry Blossoms and the Peach Boy