Singapore Garden Festival 2018: 5 Highlights That Will Colour Your World

Singapore Garden Festival 2018: Colour Your World
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The Singapore Garden Festival 2018 is now on at Gardens by the Bay till 3 August 2018. With the theme of “World of Colours”, the seventh edition of the festival features colourful garden and floral displays set across The Meadow, Supertree Grove and the Flower Dome.

Singapore Garden Festival at Gardens by the BayAt the Singapore Garden Festival 2018, visitors will be able to experience the lush greenery of a “tropical rainforest garden” and discover various smaller gardens and displays around the festival grounds.

Landscape at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Gardens Festival 2018Be enthralled by the beauty of plants and the creativity of garden designers in a series of indoor and outdoor displays.

Here are some highlights of the Singapore Garden Festival 2018.

Singapore Garden Festival 2018


Fantasy Show Gardens

Fantasy Show GardensThe Singapore Garden Festival 2018’s indoor Fantasy Show Gardens has been created by designers from countries such as Australia, France, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore.

Fantasy GardenFantasy Garden, SunsetBe enticed by the call of the wild, take a picture amongst a wooded forest and watch a red “sun” cast a landscape into silhouette.


Flower Field

Flower Field, Singapore Garden Festival 2018The bright sunflowers at Singapore Garden Festival 2018’s Flower Field are perfect for posing with for your Instagram feed.

Singapore Garden Festival 2018: Colour Your WorldYou can spot Benny the Bee, the festival’s mascot, and his friends amongst the pretty flowers.


Floral Windows to the World

Floral Windows to the WorldCreated by floral artists from all around the world, the Floral Windows to the World display is almost like an art museum – except that the exhibits are made from flowers and plants.

Floral Windows to the WorldThe floral set pieces, enhanced with set design and lighting, create mesmerising sculptural displays for visitors to admire.


Learning Garden

Learning GardenStep inside the Learning Garden to discover how plants are pollinated and how flowers turn into fruit. There are also exhibits of how birds and other animals build their abode. Children and youth can pick up an activity sheet for this display area.


Secret Garden of Edibles

Secret Garden of EdiblesInspired by “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett, this display evokes the sense of adventure and rejuvenation with a collection of fragrant and edible plants along with fruit and vegetable displays.

Secret Garden of Edibles at Singapore Garden Festival 2018


Visiting the Singapore Garden Festival 2018 at Gardens by the Bay

Tickets to Singapore Garden Festival 2018Singapore Garden Festival 2018 runs from 21 July to 3 August 2018. Entry is ticketed.

Get more information about the event here.

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