Ever since July 2020, Gardens by the Bay has been reopening its various ticketed attractions in phases. In the latest news, it will be reopening Floral Fantasy at BayFront Plaza on 21 November 2020.
Floral Fantasy – Showcase of Flowers
Floral Fantasy showcases the use of flowers to create artistic backdrops and scenes. The works of floral artistry found within the attraction are created using preserved, dried and fresh flowers such as orchids, fuchsias, begonias, impatiens and more.
The Gardens by the Bay attraction first opened in April 2019. It has been closed since the Circuit Breaker period earlier this year.
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Floral Fantasy Reopening on 21 November 2020
The reopening of Floral Fantasy comes just ahead of the 2020 year-end school holidays.
The attraction will feature a floral sculpture named Joy. It is made out of dried and preserved flowers and guarded by a giant woodland troll, his fairy friend and his bird companion. These characters were all crafted by local puppeteer Frankie Malachi.
Take a stroll through a pathway flanked by hanging baskets filled to the brim with flourishing fuchsias from Japan spilling over from the sides.
The 4D multimedia ride within Floral Fantasy will remain closed as part of safe management measures.
As a ticketed attraction, you will have to pre-book your tickets before paying Floral Fantasy a visit. Booking of tickets to Gardens by the Bay’s attractions can be made on the website or via the Gardens by the Bay app.
Rates for Singapore Residents during the year-end 2020 period are $10 for adults and $5 for children and seniors. The Standard Rate is $15 for adults and $9 for children. Enjoy a complimentary ice-cream cone at Café Aster with the purchase of tickets to Floral Fantasy.
Other Events and Activities at Gardens by the Bay
The reopening of Floral Fantasy is just one of the events and activities that will held at Gardens by the Bay for the 2020 year-end period. Other activities to look forward include the return of Poinsettia Wishes, Christmas Wonderland 2020 and the exhibition Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express.