Hi we will be in Singapore mid November
What time of day would you recommend to visit the Gardens. Thank you Char
The exhibits in the Flower Dome change from time to time. You should ask the Pollen staff for the latest information. I'm sure they'll be happy to take a photo for you.Edited: 13 January 2018, 18:04
@aussie_sun_rise > unfortunately the bridge is a seasonal decorative item. when are you visiting?
Gumbokins I’m going on 20th Jan ... where is this located ?
The bridge was at the flower dome during two of its floral exhibitions last year. You would be visiting at the start of the next exhibit, Dahlia Dreams. The bridge may not be there, plus it was for photos only.
Great ! There seems to be a bridge in the picture - Chinese Imperial Look.
I also looked at the klook website for the tickets to the Dome it's $5 cheaper and electric bar codes are generated so I don't have to queue up.
I also looked at the Cloud Forest youtube video this is mesmerizing. I am not thinking hard to change the surprise to Cloud Forest. Is there a good vantage point or nice spot where I can pop the question ?
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“ Is there a good vantage point or nice spot where I can pop the question “?
Wherever you make your proposal, let’s hope she says “yes”. Have a fantastic time in Singapore.
Wherever you are in Cloud Forest, you will have a constant stream of visitors passing.
My favourite place is at the top level, there's a pool with carnivorous plants, and places to sit around it.
If she'd prefer to stand, then find somewhere along the elevated walkways you go along as you come down from the top level. Lots of people will be passing, but you can just stand to one side.
My wife remembers some seats shortly after you enter and pass the waterfall which are in a wide part of the path, and would give you a bit more privacy as tourists tend not to walk past them, but I can't remember them myself.