SuperTree Grove at Gardens by the Bay
The SuperTree Grove at Gardens by the Bay are towering vertical garden and is a major highlight of Gardens by the Bay Singapore.
It is a remarkable man-made forest that features towering vertical gardens that range from 25 to 50 meters in height.
The Supertrees are equipped with an intricate system of photovoltaic cells that harness solar energy to power the attractions’ conservatories.
Visitors can stroll along the Supertree Grove and relish their time at Gardens by the Bay Singapore.
NOTE: Supertree Observatory will remain closed for a private event on 19 May 2023, from 7 pm to 9 pm.
These SuperTrees range from 25 meters (82 feet) to 50 meters (164 feet) in height and are covered with various plants, including ferns, vines, and orchids.
One of the most unique features of the Super Trees is that they are equipped with photovoltaic cells, which allow them to generate solar power.
The solar power generated by the Super Trees is used to light up the trees at night, and to power the park’s facilities.
In addition to serving as a renewable energy source, the Supertree Grove also provides a habitat for various plant species.
The Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay is a popular tourist attraction and symbolizes Singapore’s commitment to sustainability and the environment.
They are a testament to the country’s innovative approach to urban greening and creating a more livable and sustainable city.
The Light Show is also held near the Supertree Grove at night, also known as Gardens Rhapsody.
For more information on Light Show, click here.
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