About Supertree Observatory

Get ready to witness a new attraction added in the Gardens by the Bay, on the top of the supertree which is 50 meters high. The observatory is well known for its giant trees that are transformed into light and sound in the evening show with 4 video panels which makes it more realistic. It is waterside and surrounded by lush greenery, the spectacular view will make you skip a heartbeat. A beautiful combination of technologies and nature can be seen at Supertree Grove in Gardens By The Bay.

More than 162,900 plants of more than 200 species are located in the Supertree vertical gardens. A Supertree is composed of four sections, namely, the concrete core, the trunk, the planting panels, and the canopy which functions in the same way as a natural tree. This attraction offers a photogenic background, fresh refreshments, and digital learning experiences to all its visitors. The Gardens By the Bay Supertree ticket are available, it is always better to book tickets online. The observatory is surrounded by many famous infrastructure like the ArtScience museum, Marina Bay Sands, the Flower dome, and Singapore Flyer, etc.

Why Should You Visit Supertree Observatory?

Supertree Observatory
  • The Garden by Bay Supertree Observatory is at the top of the tallest Supertree in the Supertree Grove, a height of 50 meters with a two-storey building that can accommodate 120 visitors.
  • Lights from 12 Supertrees will be illuminated in sync with a musical soundtrack during the free 15-minute show which becomes more realistic with 4 video panels.
  • Grab a bite at an inside cafe where you can enjoy a cocktail or light snacks during the show.
  • You can also use augmented reality through their official smartphone application Gardens By the Bay Supertree which allows you to combine virtual information with the real world.
  • The observatory is in the prime location, from where you can also visit other attractions like the ArtScience museum, Marina Bay Sands, Flower dome, and Singapore Flyer.

Attractions to See from Supertree Observatory

singapore Flyer
Singapore Flyer

Asia's largest observation wheel, Singapore Flyer is located near gardens by the bay supertree observatory and 15min away from Marina Bay Sands, with the world's first 6D motion exciting 30 minutes journey. This 165 meters ride provides a 360 degree view of the city skyline. It has a time capsule which shows the journey of the city from a fishing village to a modern developing city. The flyer has multiple sensory experiences that provide information on history and culture, from 700 years ago to the city's future plans. You will get a lifetime experience for every age group and enjoy this journey with your family and friends.

Art Science Museum Singapore
ArtScience Museum

The ArtScience Museum is a lotus shaped constructed building with 10 petals, located at the Marina Bay Sands. A total of 21 are available in the gallery, which has work from Leonardo da Vinci's flying machine, to Vincet van gagh's robotic fish. A dynamic 1,500 square meter digital art museum featuring interactive art installations centered on the themes of Nature, Town, Park, and Science. In that it is a combination of art and science, it is the world's first artscience museum. This exhibit employs high-tech displays to illustrate how these seemingly disparate disciplines can coexist.

Flower Dome Singapore
Flower Dome

One of the most visited places in Singapore is the Flower Dome in the Gardens by the Bay Supertree. It is a perfect spot for nature lovers as it is filled with 19000 different flower species from every continent except Antarctica. The place has 3,332 glass panels which is a Guinness world record for the largest glass greenhouse. The greenhouse has nearly 1 million flowers in it which are divided into 9 gardens. These gardens have a European-themed floral display at present inspired by resilience, which changes depending on different seasons and festivals.

marina bay sands
Marina Bay Sands

With all its amenities and luxury, Marina Bay Sands is a landmark in Singapore. The hotel is 56 storey divided into 3 towers connected with 340 meter long Skypark which is the largest rooftop infinity pool in the world. It is on the prime location at the Bayfront MRT station as all the famous places like Gardens by the Bay, Marina Barrage, Marina Square, Millenia Walk are nearest to the property. The hotel is also connected with the Flower Dome, Museum, Art Science exhibits, etc. It has 20 dining options in it including celebrity chef’s restaurants for your food cravings.

Know Before You Go For Supertree Observatory

Supertree Observatory

Here is everything you need to know before you plan your visit to Gardens by the Bay-- Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

  • Opening Hours: Monday to Friday- 4PM to 9PMSaturday to Sunday- 12 PM- 9PM

  • Best Time: The best time to visit the observatory is from 7:45 PM to 8:45 PM as the sun starts to dip in the clouds and the light and music show begins. This show brings the giant trees to life with a special light and musical performance at night. It is advisable to book gardens by the bay supertree ticket online.

  • How to get there:

  • By Bus: The nearest bus stop is Bayfront South, which is 3 min away from the observatory.

  • By MRT: Bayfront MRT station is the closest to the Supertree observatory.

FAQ's of Supertree Observatory?

What can I do at Supertree Observatory?

    The observatory is on the top of Supertree cancopy, which makes the aerial view mesmerizing. The illuminated giant trees will delight your senses, and you can take pictures with your family and friends on your trip, while you learn new things via digital learning. It is advisable to book your gardens by the bay supertree ticket online to avoid the hustle at the place.

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