From 1 September to 31 October 2020, visitors to Gardens by the Bay’s Flower Dome and Cloud Forest can enjoy a 25 per cent discount on admission tickets.
This ticketing promotion at Gardens by the Bay for the next two months applies to both single conservatory tickets and two-conservatory tickets.
25% Off Gardens By The Bay’s Cooled Conservatory Tickets
The price of a single conservatory ticket for adults, after the 25 per cent discount, will be $9 instead of $12 and for children, $6 instead of $8.
Two-conservatory tickets for adults will be $15 instead of $29 for adults and $9 instead of $12 for children.
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There will be an additional $1 discount for tickets purchased through Gardens by the Bay’s mobile app.
This 25 per cent off ticketing promotion at Gardens by the Bay also coincides with the September school holidays in Singapore.
Pocket Gardens Surprise
Those heading down to the Flower Dome can enjoy new displays in the Pocket Gardens Surprise series. These are mini displays which are introduced every fortnight to encourage visitors to explore the Flower Dome.
In September 2020, the new mini display is Patio Garden. This display aims to inspire ideas on what can be done for those who wish to garden in small spaces such as patios and balconies. It showcases the use of containers to plant flowering plants and edibles.
Another mini display is Out of Africa. Sponsored by private individuals Amit and Prachi Goel, the mini display feature “animals” like elephants and giraffes against an African landscape of baobabs and aloes.
The Cloud Forest is currently hosting an art exhibition, A Sculptor’s Secret Garden, by Taiwanese artist Lee Kuang-Yu.
Safe management measures continue to be in place at the Cooled Conservatories. These measures include temperature screening, safe distancing markers and UVC emitters to improve air quality.
Gardens by the Bay will also be welcoming the public back to its OCBC Skyway attraction at the Supertree Grove in September 2020 as part of its phase approach to reopening.
If you are looking for more ideas on what to do during the September school holidays 2020 in Singapore, check out our list here.