- Bask in exceptional views of Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay from the Supertree Grove.
- Explore the lower deck and sample some of the cocktails and snacks at the cafe.
- The Supertree Observatory app allows you to scan the city skyline and learn about various landmarks with cutting-edge augmented reality technology.
- Marina Bay is the perfect backdrop for selfies that you can take atop the lofty observatory.
- Find out about the concerning effects of climate change from the four futuristic video screens in the lower deck.
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
what to expect
What is Supertree Observatory
The Supertree Observatory is a 50 meter-high observation deck that is located at the very top of the tallest tree in the Supertree Grove. This is the highest point inside the Gardens by the Bay. The observatory is divided into two levels separated by a short flight of stairs. Visitors can take an elevator that runs through the tree trunk to the lower level from the base of the tree. Although the rooftop can generally accommodate around 120 guests, this number might be limited at your time of visit due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. The circular rooftop deck is the primary attraction at the observatory. You can see much of Singapore and its Marina Bay area from this deck.
The lower deck is covered with floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s a modest cafe here that offers quick bites to eat. Four futuristic display panels dedicated to informing visitors about the catastrophic effects of climate change can be found here. Downloading the Supertree Observatory smartphone application gives you express access to an augmented reality-powered visual guide. Focusing on specific locations with your phone camera will give you interesting facts about the site.
Why Visit Supertree Observatory
If you are exploring the Gardens by the Bay, the Supertree Observatory is a must-see. You are certain to be struck by amazement as you witness the sheer scale of the tree atop which the observatory is located. A marvel of modern engineering, this observatory gives you one of the most unobstructed views of some of Singapore’s most iconic attractions such as Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer. With Marina Bay serving as the perfect backdrop, the observatory is frequently rated one of the best locations to take selfies in Singapore. If you are intent on learning more about various popular locations in Singapore, the AR-powered Supertree Observatory smartphone app gives you full access to a huge repository of information. Refresh your memory on the horrors of climate change by watching the well-presented videos on the glass displays located in the lower deck. Grab a quick bite to eat or quench your thirst with a cocktail at the cafe before you leave.
Facts and Information about Supertree Observatory
- Smoking is strictly prohibited in Gardens by the Bay and the Supertree Observatory. You can have light snacks and drinks at the observatory cafe.
- Kite-flying, drones, fishing, plucking flowers, cycling, and swimming are also not allowed inside the gardens.
- If you are using a stroller or a pram, you are advised to use lifts and not escalators.
- Free WiFi is available in various parts of the garden including the Supertree Grove.
- Gardens by the Bay has several other fascinating attractions, such as the Cloud Forest, Flower Dome, and Children’s Garden that you should definitely consider visiting.
know before you go
The Supertree Observatory is open on all days of the week from 4 PM to 9 PM.
Best time to visit:
Tourist crowds generally thin out by late June. July and August are some of the best months to visit Singapore. Watching the Singapore skyline light up during the late evenings is a mesmerizing sight. 6 PM to 7 PM is a good time to visit Supertree Observatory.
How To Get To Supertree Observatory
How to get there:
- By Metro: Get off at Bayfront MRT Stations and take Exit B. You can follow the underground linkway that leads to Dragonfly Bridge. Gardens by the Bay is a short walk from here.
- By Bus: Get off at Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and take bus 400. You can alight directly at Marina Gardens Drive.
- By Car: Head to Sheares Avenue from Ophir Road and take the exit onto Marina Boulevard. You will just need to turn left onto Marina Gardens Drive and follow the road to Gardens by the Bay.
- Parking: Paid motorcycle and car parking are available daily at the Main Entrance, The Meadow, Satay by the Bay, and Bayfront Plaza.
Things To Do Near Supertree Observatory
Gardens by the Bay has several incredible attractions besides the Supertree Observatory. The Floral Fantasy is a brilliantly organized exhibition consisting of over 3000 plants of 150+ species from habitats across the world. Floral Fantasy is divided into four unique zones - Dance, Float, Waltz, and Drift. ‘Dance’ features gently swaying flowering plants that are suspended from above.
‘Drift’ has intriguing plants that generally grow in cave-like and semi-enclosed spaces where there is little or no lighting. ‘Waltz’ and ‘Float’ have an amazing array of freshwater plants that grow alongside streams and waterfalls. You might even be able to spot the colorful Poison Dart Frog inside the Waltz zone! If you are looking for a thrilling experience, the Flight of the Dragonfly 4D Ride is certainly worth trying.
Considered the official mascot of Singapore, Merlion has held an important place in Singaporean culture for decades. The statue of this mythical creature has the body of a fish and the head of a lion. The Merlion Park is a mere 15-minute walk from the Gardens by the Bay. There are two Merlion statues inside the park. The larger statue is 8.6 meters tall and spouts a jet of water through its mouth. The smaller Merlion ‘cub’ is just 2 meters tall.
Marina Bay Sands Singapore
Counted amongst Singapore’s most iconic attractions, Marina Bay Sands is a short walk from the Supertree Observatory in Gardens by the Bay. The 1,120ft Skypark at the top gives visitors a 360-degree view of the breathtaking Marina Bay and Singapore skyline. The 55-floor hotel has over 2,500 luxury rooms and suites offering an unmatched overnight stay experience.
Gazing at the city from the edge of the infinity-edged swimming pool at the Sand SkyParks is a truly unforgettable experience. Featuring some of the world’s top designer boutiques and fashion outlets including Balenciaga and Celine, the Marina Bay Sands Shoppes is a paradise for shopaholics. You can also sample delicacies at one of the many top-notch restaurants that hire celebrity chefs.
Q: Are there COVID-19 regulations in place at Supertree Gardens by the Bay?
A: Yes, masks should compulsorily be worn at all times inside Gardens by the Bay. Groups of more than 2 individuals are not allowed, and intermingling between groups is strongly discouraged. Temperature screening and single-direction flow of visitors is enforced inside the attraction.
Q: What are the opening hours of the Supertree Observatory?
A: Supertree Observatory is open from 4 PM to 9 PM on all days of the week.
Q: Is photography allowed at Supertree Gardens by the Bay?
A: Yes, photography is allowed inside Supertree Gardens by the Bay. However, prior approval is compulsory for commercial filming.
Q: Are food and drinks available at the Supertree Observatory?
A: Yes, you can buy snacks and drinks at the cafe on the lower level of Supertree Gardens by the Bay.
Q: Is Supertree Observatory stroller and wheelchair friendly?
A: Yes, Supertree Observatory is both stroller and wheelchair-friendly. Wheelchairs and strollers can be rented for a nominal price of $2 per day at the Arrival Gift Shop of Gardens by the Bay.
Q: Are dogs allowed inside Supertree Observatory?
A: Dogs are only allowed in the outdoor gardens and not the Supertree Observatory.
Q: Are guided tours available at Supertree Observatory?
A: No, guided tours are not available at the Supertree Gardens by the Bay.
Q: What is the best way to book tickets for Supertree Gardens by the Bay?
A: Booking your ticket online, well in advance of your visit is the best way to book tickets.
Q: How much does it cost to visit the Supertree Observatory?
A: Tickets cost $5 for Singapore residents and $14 for international tourists.