From April 14, Gardens By The Bay (GBTB) will have a new exhibition named Floral Fantasy, featuring four garden landscapes and a 4D ride.
There's more than 3,000 plants from over 150 species, and you can view them in relatively cool comfort of 23-25˚C.
Dance, float, waltz, and drift
Here's a closer look at the four gardens, Dance, Float, Waltz, and Drift.
"Dance" features lush, flowering plants suspended from the ceiling.
According to GBTB, the flowers are supposed to move in a "sinuously in a mesmerising fashion" , which might explain the garden's name.
On the other hand, "Float" will see a bubbling brook meandering through grassy knolls.
"Waltz" will be a rain oasis with driftwood structures and flowers among cascading rocks.
The idea is to mimic the experience of walking through a forest in the rain.
Poison dart frogs with bright, warning colours will also be on display in a vivarium.
The last garden landscape, "Drift", is a cave-like space ringed with terraced rock formations.
Soft-lighting sets the mood. What mood, though, is up to you.
Flight of the Dragonfly
Titled "Flight of the Dragonfly", the 4D ride simulates a dragonfly's flight path
Visitors have to be 1m and above to take the ride.
Admission from S$9
From April 14 - May 13, 2019, adult tickets for Singaporeans will go for S$9, thanks to an opening promotion.
Tickets will cost S$12 from May 14.
Here's the price table:
The exhibition will run from 9am - 9pm daily, except for April 14 where it starts at 2pm.
Last admission at 8pm.
Top image via Gardens By The Bay