Early in the year, when I was back in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay hadn't opened yet so when it was launched, I really wanted to go, it looked like paradise on earth. So we planned to spend the entire afternoon there, and I assure you, you'd definitely want to put that time aside. I
Parking at Marina Bay Sands, we walked through the shoppes and over the bridge that connected to the Gardens. Most of the gardens are open to the public including the F&B outlets, the only places that require a paid ticket are the 2 domes and the skywalk (which is somewhere amongst those massive tree structures). By the time we reached the end of the bridge, we were feeling overheated, but there was a way to go so we managed to drag ourselves to the nearest cafe for lunch, this happened to bakerzin and I was never happier to see an iced tea. The place wasn't air conditioned but it was cool enough under the shade and the caesars salad I had helped cool me down.
After lunch, we went to the entrance to the domes to buy tickets. The domes were massive so they will now require their own posts.
next: Gardens by the Bay: The Flower Dome