Have you thought of visiting a place which is full of flowers, exotic plants found across the world? Can such a place exists ? Yes it is and it’s in Singapore. A man-made flower dome which is the largest glass greenhouse in the world as listed in the 2015 Guinness World Records. It amazes it’s visitors by changing display of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions.
While walking through this colourful and aromatic garden, you get to see the magic of nature. (It’s really magic to see the beautiful flowers.)This wonderful dome displays exotic plants from 5 continents and displayed in 9 different gardens. It’s huge and occupies 195,000m3. . of the space. Indoor temperature inside flower dome in maintained 23 degree and 25 degree.
I visited the flower dome and it was absolutely mesmerising to walk through the flowers. I found everything interesting and it’s structure as well. The dome has different regional gardens which feature exotic plants and flowers. I never imagined, that these number of flowers exist on earth. And never ever imagined the colours can have so many shades as well. I beat no one would have seen so many colours, shades of colours at one single place. It’s not only treat for an eyes, but also an aromatic surrounding makes you feel rejuvenated, refreshed, pleasant. While walking through each and every different garden we noticed that, the trees, plants, flowers decorated and arranged in perfect possible way. It’s an absolutely treat to see this colourful arrangements. Whoever visits the place falls in love with it for sure. Here are some of the pictures of the flower dome.
It was absolutely fantastic to be in flower kingdom. The walk was so colourful, so beautiful and so serene. The feeling is awesome and if felt as if I’m in the heaven.If there is heaven on earth then it must be like the flower dome. Kids loved each and every garden inside and didnt want to come out.It’s must visit place for everyone and do visit it at least once.
Standard Rate – Two Conservatories
Child (3-12 years old): $15
- 9.00am – 9.00pm daily
Last ticket sale: 8.00pm
Last admission: 8.00pm
18 Marina Gardens Drive