If you want curated gardens full of the most amazing flora from across the region and around the world, GBTB is the place to visit.
The two conservatories offer very different experiences; one offers a rainforest experience full of exotic plants surrounding a large waterfall, and the other a curated landscape of plants from around the world. As a British resident, I found it funny to see the humble daffodil amongst the plants but they really do showcase flowers from all regions.
There's a kids garden with a bit of a water play area so bring your trunks for some water play. You'll also see a kids cafe for child friendly dining (although there is also a McDonald's on site).
You can't talk about GBTB without mentioning Supertree Grove. These enormous man made trees come to light every night at 8-9pm which is a must see for all visitors. Don't miss out on this spectacle.
All in all, GBTB is one of the highlights of my visit and I'd recommend doing both conservatories as they are worth the entrance fee. If you are working on a budget and don't want to pay for entry, I'd say you should explore the grounds for free because there is still a great deal to see at Gardens At The Bay.
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