Gardens by the Bay is not just about the domes and the supertrees! It took us a while to realise that Gardens by the Bay was actually made up of not just one but three separate gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central Gardens.
Bay South Garden is the main Garden that houses the glamorous Supertrees and the prominent glass-domed Conservatories called the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome.
The lesser known Bay East Garden – a mere sliver on the Gardens map – is the second largest of the three Gardens.
It overlooks the iconic Conservatories and Supertrees, and probably has the best views of the Singapore skyline.
Because it is not as well-known, Bay East Garden is usually less crowded and more peaceful compared to the more popular Bay South Garden.
The track that runs along the spine of Bay East Garden offers spectacular views all the way. How could we not fall in love with this place?
Some enjoy indulging in a range of water activities such as canoeing, kayaking, or dragon-boating…
…while others prefer going for a skinny dip in the warm clear waters of the Marina Reservoir…
…having a picnic in the sun..
…or simply lolling around.