5 Things to do at Gardens By The Bay this coming June 2021

With the current stricter measures, we can’t dine out but we can still explore various parts of Singapore with our masks on or stay at home to chill. This month of June, Gardens By The Bay invites you to stay home with them or make a trip down to tour their new exhibits and flower displays.

1. Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom

Gardens By The Bay Dale Chihuly
Dale Chihuly, White Tower with Fiori
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, installed 2021
© Chihuly Studio
Photo by Nathaniel Willson

From 1 May to 1 August 2021, you can check out the blow glass sculptures and installations by American Artist Dale Chihuly. This is the artist’s first major garden exhibition in Asia where an extensive collection of his works are displayed.

2. Check out the new floral display at the Flower Dome

Gardens By The Bay Flower Dome
Dale Chihuly, Blue and Purple Boat, 2006 
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, installed 2021
© Chihuly Studio
Photo by Nathaniel Willson

To complement the beautiful glass installations, the floral displays in Flower Dome has been changed to include a vibrant display of lilies, begonias, hydrangeas and snapdragons.

3. #StayHomeWithGB

Gardens By The Bay
Credit: Gardens By The Bay

If you prefer not to head out, you can at stay home to watch a variety of video tutorials on DIY gardening projects and botanical crafts, virtual tours of the Gardens and other educational videos for kids. You can even shop online at their eShop for plants, terrariums and gardening supplies.

Gardens By The Bay
Credit: Gardens By The Bay

You may visit their website for more details.

4. Once Upon A Time On The Orient Express

Gardens By The Bay The Orient Express
Credit: Gardens By The Bay

Embark on a fascinating journey of the Orient Express at this pop-up attraction which features two original train carriages shipped from France to Singapore. Classified as National Treasures of France, these carriages are now parked at the West Lawn of Gardens By The Bay. There are also 300 heritage items such as uniforms, shields, a pullman car and Louis Vuitton original luggage on display. There’s also an Orient Express shop, Orient Express Road cafe as well as a restaurant where you can get to enjoy a meal prepared by a 3 Michelin Star French chef.

Ticket prices start from $25 per pax. Visit www.orientexpressexhibition.com for details. This pop-up attractions end in September.

5. Enjoy the full Garden experience at discounted prices

Gardens By The Bay
Dale Chihuly, Ethereal White Persian Pond, 2018
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, installed 2021
© Chihuly Studio
Photo by Nathaniel Willson

Gardens by The Bay is having a promotional ticket package which enables you to tour the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and Floral Fantasy or OCBC Skyway at a discounted price. This package which costs $100 for 2 pax also includes free shuttle service and F&B vouchers to either Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant or Café Coco. This promotional package can be redeemed with SingapoRediscovers vouchers.

Visit Gardens By The Bay website for details.

Deenise Glitz

I'm a digital content writer from Singapore who started blogging ten years ago as a hobby and won't stop till Jesus returns. Yoga and green smoothies keep me going.

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