Gardens By the Bay
Though I love nature and parks, I had double thoughts of going to ‘Gardens by the bay’ as the pictures which I had seen suggested it to be more of an artificial place. But, we went there to let our baby observe different kinds of trees and flowers and we were not disappointed.
Spread over hundred acres, this garden has a spectacular view. There were so many things to do and so many attractive domes to visit. We entered through the South Gate and after having a light snack at McDonald’ which is conveniently located at the beginning of the park, we entered the flower dome amidst light thunder. It was a wonderful sight inside. The best part was that we did not get wet.😊
We moved towards the OCBC Skywalk afterwards but it was closed due to rain. So that was sad.
Our little one started getting anxious as it was his nap time. So, we took him to the Children’s Garden. He had a good time over there and all the kids did not mind getting wet in the rain. After a tiresome day, we went back to our hotel.
Though my trip to this place was not perfect,but I will like to share few tips for future :
- Always carry your children’s costume and other essentials required for water park (as Singapore has plenty of such places around major attractions)
- The visit to ‘Gardens by the Bay’ require full day if you want to visit all that it has to offer (you also get discounted tickets for visiting more places)
- Avoid rainy day to visit this place as the most amazing site is closed if it rains.
- You get good pictures of the ‘Supertree Grove’ only from the outside 😉