Supertree Observatory Rooftop Deck At Gardens By The Bay Lets You Enjoy Unobstructed Views Of Marina Bay
Stepping into the scenic kingdom that is Gardens By The Bay, many will marvel at the splendour of her towering Supertrees.
There aren’t many chances we get to see these glitzy structures from above, except maybe if you’re one of the lucky ones who own a drone.
But from today onward, you’ll now get to have a bird’s eye view of Marina Bay right from the top of a Supertree.
Located at 50m above ground, the Supertree Observatory is officially open.
Rooftop deck located at the tallest Supertree
The Supertree Observatory is located all the way at the top, at the canopy of the tallest Supertree in the Supertree Grove.
This means that your view won’t be obstructed by streetlights, humans, or just about anything when you’re so high up.
Visitors get to take a lift all the way to the top. Look out for this ‘secret’ life, neatly tucked within the trunk of the Supertree.
2 main areas for visitors to explore
Once you get to the top, the Supertree Observatory has 2 main areas you can look forward to exploring the:
- Open-air circular rooftop deck, which is the highest point in Gardens by the Bay
- Observatory space located a floor below the rooftop deck, comprising an indoor area with ceiling-to-floor glass windows and an outdoor walkway.
Refreshments will be available
You can also enjoy a drink or two while you’re up there, at the Supertree Observatory Cafe.
There’ll be refreshments on the menu, such as cocktails, mocktails, and light snacks too, so your stomach won’t go hungry while you’re taking in Singapore’s splendid views.
Tickets cost between $6-$10 for Singapore residents
A trip to the Supertree Observatory will definitely be great for a family day out.
For residents in Singapore, tickets for adults will cost $10. For senior citizens above the age of 60 and children aged 3 to 12, the tickets will cost $6 each only.
Member prices will be halved if you visit anytime from now to 5 Jan next year.
The observatory will be open daily from 9am to 9pm, with the last admission at 8.30pm.
There’ll be days when the observatory will be closed too.
New views at Gardens by the Bay
Many of us have visited Gardens by the Bay, but this is a chance to see the gardens, and even the breathtaking Marina Bay skyline, in a different light.
Considering the fact that the observatory can accommodate 120 visitors at a time – 40 more than the popular OCBC Skyway – queues may be long, but we’re sure the views will be worth it.
All images courtesy of Gardens By The Bay unless stated otherwise. Featured image adapted from Unsplash.