The open-air rooftop deck is now the highest point in the nature park

A sparkling new Supertree Observatory has opened at our city’s beloved Gardens by the Bay, resting a total of 50 metres above ground and offering an unparalleled, 360-degree view of the surrounding Marina Bay area. With its height and accommodation capacity of 120 guests, the rooftop deck now takes the crown as the highest point within the nature park, as compared to the popular OCBC Skyway that sits 22 metres above ground and allows a smaller capacity of 80 people at a go.

Found atop the Supertree Grove’s tallest Supertree, two main areas can be visited. There’s the circular, open-air rooftop deck which is the best spot to observe the scenic beauty of the Downtown Core; as well as the observatory space located just a level beneath, that comprises an indoor area with full, floor-to-ceiling windows as well as an outdoor walkway. In an effort to encourage sustainability, the observatory space also utilises digital media to convey the effects of climate change on our planet.

To fully experience the Supertree Observatory in all its glory, download the Supertree Observatory smartphone app which taps on AR technology. Simply scan the skyline with your smartphone and select landmarks of the Marina Bay area to receive information about Gardens by the Bay and its extended regions; or play a game that allows you to build your very own Supertree. But don’t leave without plenty of pictures and perhaps even a selfie–decorate your photographs with themed stickers offered on the app too.

A modest cafe is also situated within the observatory space, offering cocktails and light bites to all who enter. We recommend taking in the view with a tipple or two.

The Supertree Observatory is now open to public at the Gardens by the Bay. Tickets for Singapore residents cost $6-$10, and can be purchased at Gardens by the Bay’s ticketing counters or online.