The Marina Bay waterfront accommodates the Gardens by the Bay, a three-garden park space that wraps the Marina Channel and walk-able by foot via bridges linking them. A total of 101 ha of prime land has been developed for the gardens. Food & beverage outlets with the prime focus on the gardens,
The Bay South gardens is the largest of the three, encompassing 54 hectares in total. A host of waterfront dining outlets including a lakeside restaurant beside the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort and a 2-storey restaurant within a conservatory displaying plants from the tropical highlands. There is also be a second conservatory that houses plants from the cooler regions around the world.
The Bay South gardens comprises several attractions including a flower dome, heritage gardens and a dragonfly lake. This is also where you’ll find the iconic metal super trees, lining the main gates. Entry is free for all visitors! However, fees to enter the two conservatories are priced at $28 for adults and $15 for children. Locals enjoy reduced rates of between $8 – $20.
The gardens at Bay East are a hub for water sports such as canoeing, water-skiing and dragon boating. Located along the Marina Channel, the Bay East gardens are connected to the Western end of East Coast Park. With artificial waterfalls along with a wading pool. There is also a 2 kilometre-long waterfront promenade with a great view of the Marina Bay waterfront area and skyline.
Bay Central Gardens
A small 10 hectare strip of land that is the Bay Central along the Marina Promenade. This garden links up with the Kallang Park Connector along the Kallang River.