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Cloud Forest, Singapore

4.7
#5 of 110 in Parks in Singapore
Transport yourself to a faraway mountaintop at Cloud Forest, filled with diverse vegetation. The cool mist descending over the undulating jungle convinces visitors they're in the wilderness, when in fact they haven't left Singapore. Contained in an air-conditioned dome, this man-made forest comes with realistic scenery and offers an educational experience at its auditorium, where you can watch a short documentary about climate change. While there, check out the world's tallest indoor waterfall. Plan your Cloud Forest visit and explore what else you can see and do in Singapore using our Singapore trip itinerary builder tool .
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  • When you enter this dome, a water fall welcomes you and it gets better when you climb up. The diversity is unique and the dome is well maintained.  more »
  • This is must visit garden. The water fall is amazing. The temperature inside very moderate and close to cold. The artificial clouds and smells are amazing. You must not miss this place if you are visi...  more »
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  • Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay is up there with Singapore’s most impressive attractions. This staggering greenhouse-like glass dome can be seen from miles away, and is just as stunning inside as it is from out. Its smaller brother, Flower Dome, also makes up the pair of giant man-made structures, but it is the larger, climate controlled Cloud Forest that attracts the most visitors with its jaw-dropping architecture, spiralling walkways from the top and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall that rains down from over 100 feet above. Singapore is a hot country all year round. People are always looking for ways to cool-off, be it by escaping to the air-conditioned haven of a restaurant or going for a dip in a swimming pool. So, the initial thought of visiting a giant glass dome that is bathed in the strong midday sun might sound like a sweaty disaster. However, as soon you enter the sealed doors at Cloud Forest, you’ll more likely need to reach for a jacket rather than a fan. The gush of air created by the enormous waterfall hits you first, making the crowds gasp in awe as soon as they step foot inside. Thanks to air-conditioning, jets of cool vapour, and that refreshing waterfall, temperatures inside Cloud Forest Singapore are kept low to replicate the moist, damp conditions found on tropical mountains ranging from 3,000-9,000 feet above sea level. Take the elevator up to the top of Cloud Forest to begin your decent on the ramps that wind down, circling in and out of the main central column. You’ll discover the flowers and tropical vegetation changes as you make your way down, mimicking the way it would at different altitudes on a full scale mountain. At the top there is the moss-covered ‘lost world’ complete with a lotus pond, and along the way there is also a stalactites and stalagmites display, an educational theatre and a plethora of flowers and vegetation, including lilies, orchids, pitcher plants, sunflowers and tassel fern.
  • What an amazing place to visit. This place is well designed and fun to walk in this pretty forest. Its mostly crowded but I believe evening around 4 or 5 is best to visit. So many plants and trees built into this small forest will astound you because of the architecture used to create this.
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