Year of the Horse Floral Display @ Flower Dome (Photo)

Hey everyone, where have I been to recently?
Or where should you go during this CNY period?

Me, Ck and Hongpeng we went on a CNY Outing to Gardens by the Bay!
Our 1st stop is the Flower Dome!

Year of the Horse Floral Display @Flower Dome
(17 Jan - 16 Feb 2014)

Opening hours: 9am - 9pm 

Gardens by the Bay ushers in the Year of the Horse with a new floral display. The display will bring an auspicious and prosperous start to the Lunar New Year with sculptures of horses amidst colourful blooms such as chrysanthemums, cherry blossoms, kumquat (citrus) plants and camellias. I'm a nature lover and I enjoyed visiting the Flower Dome.

 Designed by award-winning sculptors, each horse sculpture is made of a different material such as driftwood, galvanised wires or willows, with the concept of the centrepiece inspired by the Chinese painting "100 Horses" to tie in with the Chinese zodiac sign. This marks the Gardens’ first display for the new year and kicks off the “Gardens by the Bay Goes around the World” series for 2014. Visitors can look forward to an exciting year of floral displays that will bring the different geographical regions of the world - starting with Asia - to the people of Singapore.



Check out the grapefruits hanging around!
Smell so citrus-sy fresh!

Cherry Blossom!!!


 Another horse spotted!

and more horses!


2ns stop: Cloud Forest


I believe I can fly....

Camwhoring moment kenna STOMPPED by my friend!


If you like what I shared, go visit Gardens by the Bay today with your friends and family!
Lot of flowers for you to discover everyday!

Wishing everyone a HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR!
花开富贵 !
春回大地 !


 Garden: Daily, 5am – 2am
 Cooled Conservatories and Aerial Walkway: Daily, 9am – 9pm

 By MRT: Bayfront station (Exit B)
 By bus: SBS 400
 Parking facilities are available.
 Bay South Garden is linked to the Marina Bay Sands by the Garden Bay Bridge. 

Entry to Bay South Garden is free.
Admission charges apply to the Cooled Conservatories and Aerial Walkway.
Local residents (i.e. Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, and holders of Employment
Pass, Work Permit or Dependent’s Pass) enjoy differential rates, with further concessions
extended to senior citizens, children, schools, community groups, charitable organisations and
selected card holders.

Amission Rates: