6 Annual Events And Festivals At Gardens By The Bay That Are Not To Be Missed

#4 Singapore Garden Festival

This biennial event is one of the largest in Singapore and extremely popular among all gardeners and plant enthusiasts. Besides a bustling marketplace that retails live plants and gardening supplies, there are also exhibits by local and international floral art designers, displays of award-winning orchids, live horticulture demonstrations and lectures, as well as educational booths. Event date: End July to early August

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#5 Bayfront Pop-Up Market

This is a weekend marketplace where local businesses and social enterprises gather at the rejuvenated Bayfront Plaza to retail various wares, handmade products and knick-knacks that are made in Singapore. The event location is situated right under the giant lattice structure that was previously known as the Future of Us exhibition. Visitors who do not wish to shop may simply pop by the adjoining Floral Fantasy exhibit. Event date: Every weekend from April 2019

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#6 Children’s Festival

First held in December 2013, the Children’s Festival has been an annual event that draws thousands of children and their families to the Gardens. Usually held during the March or June school holidays, the festival includes nature-inspired performances, craft activities and carnival game booths spread across the Supertree Grove and Children’s Garden. The festival has featured life-sized dinosaur statues in 2017, and will soon organize Disney Pixar themed activities in 2019. Event Date: Mid June – End June

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