If you have been wondering whether or not to visit Sakura Matasuri 2020 with the kids, you would be happy to know that Gardens by the Bay is having a March school holiday promotion where children who are between the ages of 3 to 12 and Singapore Residents will get to enjoy free admission to four of its attractions from 14 to 22 March 2020!
Gardens by the Bay March School Holiday Promotion: Free Entry for Children 3 to 12 (Singapore Residents Only)
This means that those aged 12 and below (Singapore Residents) get to enter in to the Flower Dome to enjoy Sakura Matsuri 2020 for free during the March school holidays 2020!
This promotion does not apply to the Attraction Bundle or OCBC Skyway tickets. Proof of identity is required upon entry during the March school holidays promotion period.
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Free Admission for Kids to Conservatories, Floral Fantasy and Supertree Observatory
The promotion makes it a great opportunity to pay a visit to the Flower Dome, where Sakura Matsuri 2020 is being held, and the Cloud Forest Dome.
This free admission for children promotion during the March school holidays 2020 also applies to Floral Fantasy and Supertree Observatory.
Floral Fantasy at Bayfront Plaza showcase the use of flowers as an artistic medium. It also has a 4D ride which provides an overview of Gardens by the Bay.
Supertree Observatory takes over the previous Indochine restaurant that was located up a Supertree at Supertree Grove. It is a chance to get an bird’s eye view of the Gardens. It is even higher than the OCBC Skyway.
Other Promotions at Gardens by the Bay
In addition to the free admission to Singapore Resident children promotion, there is also a 50% discount on tickets for Singapore Residents from 6 to 22 March 2020.
While at Gardens by the Bay, also be sure to pay a visit to #FutureTogether at Bayfront Plaza. Entry for Singapore Residents to this digital exhibition is free too!
Find out more about the March school holidays promotion taking place from 14 to 22 March here.