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What is the Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay?

Supertree Grove is one of the main attractions of the Gardens by the Bay. If you've ever looked up pictures of Singapore online, chances are you've seen the iconic Supertrees already. Apart from looking like a utopian representation of trees, these gigantic structures have other functional purposes including recycling, gardening, and multimedia projection. Pretty cool, right?

Let's look at all the reasons why you should visit Supertree Grove and look at the timings, directions, best time to visit and other visitor tips to make the most out of your visit.

Why visit Supertree Grove?

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  • Designed to be Eco-friendly: Each of the 18 Supertrees collect and uses rainwater for irrigation and fountain displays. 11 of them also have solar panels that fuel the nightly light shows and help cooling the air. 
  • "Standing" Gardens: Supertree Grove has over 162,900 plants including 200+ varieties of orchids, bromeliads, ferns, and tropical flowering plants that grow vertically on the 25-50 meter structures. Now there's something you don't see often.
  • Breathtaking Views: Catch stunning views of the cityscape and Gardens by the Bay from 50 meters above ground at the Supertree Observatory located on the biggest Supertree of the lot. Head's up: you'll need a paid ticket to enter the Supertree Observatory.
  • Daily Light Show: Take in the dazzling lights and sounds in this iconic, nighttime Garden Rhapsody. What's even better? You can watch the light show for free when you visit the Supertree Grove!
  • Free Admissions: Yes, you heard right. Unlike other attractions at the Gardens, the Supertrees are free to visit. What better reason to head out to Gardens by the Bay and surround yourself with fresh air and flora.

Plan your visit to Supertree Grove

Supertree Grove location

Supertree Grove location

Supertree Grove is located right in the middle of the Bay South sector of Gardens by the Bay.

Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953 | Find on maps

Nearest landmark: Gardens by the Bay gift shop

Supertree Grove opening hours

Supertree Grove opening hours

The Supertree Grove is open to visit anytime between 5 AM to 2 AM, daily.

The Grove does not have any set closures for maintenance. Though, if you want to be sure, best to check in with the venue before you visit.

Best time to visit: Always expect there to be some level of crowd at Gardens by the Bay, especially at Supertree Grove, since it's a free to visit attraction. If you prefer a slightly less crowded experience, then visit during the weekdays. However, if you want to catch the daily light show, you should visit at 7:30 PM or 8:30 PM. Be warned though, the light show is highly popular so the crowds will be more during these times, irrespective of the day of the week.

Tips for visiting the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay

  • While you can visit Supertree Grove free, it's a good idea to make a day of visiting as much of Gardens by the Bay, while you can. Check out combo ticket options below that offer entry to other Garden attractions like Floral Fantasy, Cloud Forest, and Flower Dome. They are worth the time and money; plus, you get a better deal when you purchase combo tickets.
  • If you have the budget, book a ticket that gives you access to Supertree Observatory. Not only do you get stunning views of the Gardens and the Singapore skyline, you also have the best views of the light show. Plan your visit around 7:30 PM or 8:30 PM at night so you make it in time for the show.



All your Gardens by the Bay ticket options

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Frequently asked questions about visiting the Supertrees in Singapore

What is a Supertree?

Supertrees are artificial trees with a canopy structure like structure on top and live plants reinforced on its trunk. These structures light up to make a dazzling spectacle at night and is one of the many iconic attractions at Gardens by the Bay.

Is it worth visiting Supertree Grove?

Yes, it is definitely worth visiting Supertree Grove. It has magnificent light displays at night and beautiful architecture with an array of plants to explore in the day. It is a great place if you want to have a relaxed and easy outing.

What activities can I do at Supertree Grove?

You can walk on the OCBC Skyway, view the cityscape from the Supertree Observatory, enjoy the dazzling nighttime light show Garden Rhapsody, and get a bite to eat. Please note: you'll need to purchase separate tickets to enter the OCBC Skyway and the Supertree Observatory.

What are Supertree Grove timings?

Supertree Grove is open daily from 5 AM to 2 AM. The best time to visit the Grove would be during weekdays, if you prefer lesser crowds. If you'd like to watch the light show, make sure to visit during the evenings by 7:30 PM or 8:30 PM.

Where is Supertree Grove located in Gardens by Bay Singapore?

Supertree Grove is located in the Bay South section of the Gardens by Bay.

How tall are the Supertrees?

The Supertrees range from 25-50 meters tall, the tallest of which stands at 50 meters.

What is the purpose of the Supertrees?

Apart from being a point of attraction for visitors of Gardens by the Bay, the Supertrees collect rainwater for irrigation, cools the air in the observatories and hosts multiple varieties of flora.

Is there an entry fee to Supertree Grove?

No, there is no admission fee to enter Supertree Grove. However, certain other attractions within Gardens by the Bay do charge an entry fee.

Can we climb up the Supertrees?

No, Supertrees are strictly prohibited for visitors to climb due to safety concerns. Although, you can get an aerial view of the Gardens and Supertrees from the OCBC Skyway or the Supertree Observatory.

Is Supertree Grove accessible by wheelchair?

Yes, Supertree Grove and all other Gardens by the Bay attractions are wheelchair accessible.