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Gardens By The Bay Has Unlimited Passes From $20 For 6 Months, Snag Before 15th March 2021

Gardens by the Bay unlimited passes


You’ve probably glimpsed Gardens by the Bay from the outside about a million times, popped by the Christmas Wonderland with boo come December and maybe visited the domes or twice in your life. But now, there’s all the more reason to visit as the attraction is offering their Friends of the Gardens e-memberships at massively discounted prices from now till 15th March 2020.


6-months unlimited passes from $20


Some of us local tourists may be familiar with unlimited passes for the Singapore Zoo, USS or even Jewel Changi’s Canopy Park, but the scenic GBTB is now swooping in with the most affordable deal by far with its new $20 unlimited access package for weekdays only for adults. 

Seniors above 60 years can get it at  $15, and students and children get a more shiok deal at just $12.


1-year unlimited passes from $42 (U.P. $68)


Granted, that’s only for the weekdays, but if you’d like to visit during weekends as well, their standard 1-year passes are also going at hefty discounts. Down from the original $68 is their adult pass, now at $42/adult – that’s 38% off.

Seniors can purchase it at $38 and students and children at $24.


Cloud Forest
Image credit: @bellydancetheworld

Each 6-month or 1-year pass grants you unlimited access to the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and even the OCBC Skyway. Pass holders also get free parking for the first two hours per visit, as well as exclusive merchant discounts from Gardens by the Bay’s souvenir store.


Is it worth it?



Flower Dome – Floral Fantasy
Image credit: @redgurll_8

We did some quick math to see if the deal is indeed value-for-money. For Singapore residents, a regular entry ticket for all three attractions is as follows:

$12 (Flower Dome) + $12 (Cloud Forest) + OCBC Skyway ($8) = $32

Which means, even if you visit all three attractions in one day, you’ve more or less got your money’s worth your 6-month unlimited access pass.


Image credit:
@gardensbythebay

In their events calendar, there’s also the already-running Sakura exhibit featuring Hello Kitty to visit in the Flower Dome. Tulipmania and the Christmas-themed Poinsettia Wishes are also scheduled for October and November respectively so you can look forward to checking those out with your passes in the future.


Get your unlimited passes for Gardens by the Bay


Regardless of whether you’re a fan of flora and fauna, or are simply looking for a new thing to do in Singapore, check out Gardens by the Bay’s Friends of the Gardens packages to add something fresh to your to-do list.

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Cover image adapted from: @bellydancetheworld, @redgurll_8

Kezia Tan

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