The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay feature seasonal rotation of floral displays.
For February 2013, “Spring Celebrations” brings dazzling displays of festive blossoms and Chinese New Year decorations into the cooled conservatory.
滨海湾花园 (Gardens by the Bay) 正在举行《花悦滨海喜迎春》(“Spring Celebrations”)。这是2013农历新年期间的特展。在圆顶温室花园 (Flower Dome) 有大约8000五颜六色的花朵，包括牡丹，山茶花，樱花，菊花，大丽花，杜鹃花，兰花，如蕙兰和蝴蝶兰等等。花园里也有许多丰富多彩的新年装饰。
The Canopy area (covered walkway between ticketing counters, guest services and two conservatories) has large pots of mandarins, giant lanterns and other Chinese New Year decorations.
Let’s go into the Flower Dome.
There’s an overview of the main Floral Display area. This is where most of the new displays are placed. The other areas of Flower Dome have minimal changes, although there may be some new installations.
Such as this huge vase of bustling colours.
Snakes and lanterns can be found on the unchanged areas of Flower Dome.
Torch Bromeliad. Some of my photos have very intense colours, but they are mostly fresh out of the camera and without editing. You’ll need a high quality display to see the colour graduations (otherwise it would look like solid blocks of red, which it isn’t!)
One of my favourite photos: A lone flower blooms in perfection.
Some interesting snake topiaries around the main display area.
Apparently there are more than 8 varieties of kumquat (Citrus) plants on display, though all of them look the same to me.
There are a few Pavilions in the Display area – perfect for portrait and group photos.
And there’s one right in the middle of all the flower. Shame that orchids on display are “hidden” inside.
There’s a lot to see around the Pavilion.
I really enjoyed this seasonal display at Flower Dome, because it’s like Sentosa Flowers without the crowd, the noise and the heat. Yes, this venue is fully air-conditioned, but don’t overlook that. In fact, with the crazy weather in Singapore, I’m thankful for that. The elevated level of comfort translates to more patience composing photos, more time taking each shot and many moments to just sit down and enjoy the peaceful environment. Gardens by the Bay has recently added more ambient music in the Flower Dome, making the conservatory a better place to relax.
Having said that, I think I’m still going to Sentosa Flowers 2013. 😉
Gardens by the Bay Limited Edition Hong Bao set
The park is giving out Hong Bao gift sets with a minimum spend of $28 in a single receipt at Ticketing or Retail shops. I got these for free, as I am an Annual Passholder (and they gave me a new Annual Pass card as well).
Simple, and I love the Garden’s signature artwork.
Three designs, two pieces each.
The beauty of the design: Spot varnish on specific areas to highlight the “creature” hidden in the artwork.
Spring Celebrations at Gardens by the Bay is on display from now till 28 February 2013. For more Gardens by the Bay photos, head on to my Cloud Forest photo tour.
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French Faire | Persian Garden | Orchid Extravaganza
Singapore Garden Festival 2014 | Mid-Autumn 2014
Indian Safari | Yuletide in the Flower Dome | Christmas Wonderland
Asian Tales | Tulipmania 2015 | Flowery Fun Times
From Tales to Legends: Discover Singapore Stories
Christmas Wonderland 2015 | Dahlia Dreams
Tulipmania Rediscovered | Singapore Garden Festival 2016
Orchid Extravaganza 2016 | Tribal Tempo and Mid-Autumn Festival 2016
Merry Medley | Blossom Bliss | Star Wars Day at Gardens by the Bay
Orchid Extravaganza 2017 | Autumn Harvest
Sakura Matsuri | Orchid Extravaganza 2018
Singapore Garden Festival 2018 | Sunflower Surprise | Mid-Autumn 2018
Poinsettia Wishes featuring Disney TSUM TSUM
Sakura Matsuri 2019 | Floral Fantasy | Children's Festival 2019
FutureTogether (teamLab) | Sakura Matsuri 2020
Flower Dome (2020 Reopening) | Dahlia Dreams 2021
Once Upon A Time on the Orient Express
River Hongbao 2021