We have planned the following series of activities for the nature lovers, action seekers as well as those who want to know more about Singapore’s history and culture.


Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay comprises three distinctive waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central.

Within the Bay South is the iconic Supertrees and award-winning cooled conservatories (Flower Dome and Cloud Forest), among numerous outdoor/heritage/children’s gardens, art sculptures, lakes, and pavillions.

 

* Measuring between 25 and 50 metres tall, about the height of a 16-storey building, Gardens by the Bay’s Supertrees are designed with large canopies that provide shade in the day and come alive with an exhilarating display of lights and sounds at night. Supertrees are made up of more than 162,900 plants and more than 200 species and varieties of bromeliads, orchids, ferns, and tropical flowering climbers. Stroll around the vast gardens towards Supertree Grove to view these iconic giants.

 

* Enter a world of perpetual spring in the Flower Dome conservatory, the largest glass greenhouse in the world according to 2015 Guinness World of Records, where the ever-changing floral displays bring the beauty and diversity of the plant kingdom to life for all to enjoy. Replicating the cool and dry Mediterranean climate, Flower Dome showcases exotic plants from five continents which are displayed in nine different Gardens. Wander amongst thousand-year-old olive trees and unusual Baobabs as you take in sights of the Flower Field Display.

 

* A mysterious paradise veiled in mist awaits in the Cloud Forest conservatory. Explore the tropical highlands amidst orchids, pitcher plants and ferns from the cool-moist Tropical Montane region. Be amazed as you encounter one of the world’s tallest indoor waterfall at 30 metres and descend through the surreal mist-filled Cloud Walk and Treetop Walk.

 

For those who opt for the Gardens by the Bay visit activity, a shuttle bus transportation and tickets for entering both conservatories will be provided. Go in comfortable clothing for airconditioned indoor (in conservatories) as well as for sunny outdoor (garden walk).

Link: https://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg


Mega Adventure Park

Make like a modern day Tarzan or Jane at the family-friendly Mega Adventure Park. Soar like a eagle on the MegaZip, a 450m long zip line or test your balance on the 36-obstacle treetop ropes of MegaClimb. Try free falling 15 meters on MegaJump, or just bounce around on the bungee-assisted trampoline at Megabounce.

 

The MegaZip is a 75 meter high and 450 meter long zip line flies you over breathtaking views of Imbiah Hill’s lush jungle canopy and calming white sands. Unlike most zip lines, MegaZip consists of three wire lines. One can gaze at the spectacular views of one of Singapore’s jungles and smooth sands while racing side by side with your friends down the MegaZip in the safe hands of professionally trained staff.

 

Height & Weight Requirements:

  • Min Height: 90cm
  • Min Weight: 30kg unaccompanied
  • Max Weight: 120kg

*Please note that all guests must be able to fit into the harnesses provided

 

What sort of clothing/footwear do I need to wear?

Sports attire and trainers are highly recommended (no slippers). Skirts and dresses are not recommended.

 

Link: https://sg.megaadventure.com


Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a nature reserve in the northwest area of Singapore. It is the first wetlands reserve to be gazetted in Singapore, and its global importance as a stop-over point for migratory birds was recognised by the inclusion of the reserve into the East Asian Australasian Shorebird Site Network. The reserve, with an area of 130 hectares, was listed as an ASEAN Heritage Park in 2003. Observation hides are available where visitors can observe the flora and fauna in the surroundings in tranquility and at a distance from the animals and birds. Saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) are occasionally seen in the reserve, although it is not known whether or not these are individuals that had wandered over from Malaysia/Indonesia or a remnant localised population. (This species was once common in Singapore but was said to be extinct.)

 

Link: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-nature/parks-and-nature-reserves/sungei-buloh-wetland-reserve


Monumental Walking Tours

The Monumental Walking Tours are thematic guided tours specially created by the National Heritage Board and led by volunteer guides to explore the beautiful architectural features of Singapore’s National Monuments, and the history surrounding these treasure buildings.

We have selected 2 tours (1 hour 30 mins each) highlighting the historical and cultural aspects of the city center.

A Tale of Two Towns

Discover stories of the two banks of the Singapore River – the lifeline of the 19th century Singapore – and how they contributed in different ways to Singapore’s growth from a colonial port to the cosmopolitan city it is today.

Monuments covered: Former Fullerton Building (now Fullerton Hotel), Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall and Former Parliament House (now The Arts House)

 

 

Mixed Blessings

Go on a trail of religious monuments along Telok Ayer Street to experience the bustling street life, diversity and harmony of architectural styles and religions that continue to exist even today. Look out for the church with a unique Chinese pavilion roof top and the Chinese temple and mosque with European influences in this trail.

Monuments covered: Thian Hock Keng Temple, Al-Abrar Mosque and Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church

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