Rainbow Snake symbolises the river stream that serves as an important life source for human. Its beautiful prints take on the colour spectrum of the rainbow and shimmer when the sun shines on them. Usher in an abundant year at the Rainbow Snake!*Images are for illustration purpose only.
The gardens represent new beginnings, renewal and the harmonious balance between man and nature. The setting is built on the concept of a typical floating market. The young tropical plants depict the start of life and the vivid colours express its vibrancy and beauty. Be amazed by the gardens created by ITE West, Singapore Polytechnic and ST Kinetics.*Images are for illustration purpose only.
For the first time, you can experience the different seasons of love all in a day! Bask in sweet romance with your loved one at our Spring, Summer, Autumn
and Winter love gardens, each with a unique setting for you to experience the rejuvenating power of love!
Spring Love Garden – Roses symbolise external love
Summer Love Garden – Experience the hottest love in beach outfit
Autumn Love Garden – Pumpkin carriage and carving to depict bright and colourful love
Winter Love Garden – Like the beauty of the snowflake, this garden shows you what unconditional love is all about
Spring comes alive with an exuberant celebration of life all around us! Plants are growing, flowers are blossoming, little bugs and animals come skittering into the world. Come feel the warmth and life this spring and have fun exploring our gardens!*Images are for illustration purpose only.
Be amazed at The String Garden created by Tivoli Gardens (Denmark)! Kokedama (which means moss ball) is a style of Japanese bonsai where the plant is removed from its pot and turned into a ball of soil held together with moss and string. The String Garden, specially presented by Tivoli Gardens (Denmark), takes this tradition a step further by suspending these little green moss balls in the air.*Images are for illustration purpose only.
Come learn valuable life lessons from the Timeless Fables presented this Spring! Each told in a unique and enthralling manner, the tales will come to life before you!*Images are for illustration purpose only.
Stroll through and admire art pieces at the art gallery, set in a unique setting by the beach.*Images are for illustration purpose only.
The Glittering Sandy Snake Trail is formed using sand collected from Sentosa’s very own beaches. It showcases the wonders of nature and beauty of springtime. Staff volunteers from Sentosa, led by renowned sand sculptor JOOheng, an internationally acclaimed sand sculptor, will come together to create the longest snake sculpture for the Singapore Book of Records. Show your love for the beach and come join in the fun!*Images are for illustration purpose only.
The Queen of Denmark has her Royal Guard – and Tivoli has its Boys' Guard. The uniformed boys receive top-notch music education and practise all year round for their parades during Tivoli’s summer and Halloween seasons, as well as at international events. Catch them in action from 10 – 13 Feb at 5pm!*Images are for illustration purpose only.
Do you know how many kinds of snakes there are in this world? Are they all bad? Are snakes useful to us? How long can a snake live? Come and learn more about snakes and join us in the Spring celebration with a myriad of fun-filled games and activities.*Images are for illustration purpose only.
Be blessed by the Trees of Life for a fantastic year ahead! While you’re here, come nearer to the family of birds as they sing their cheery songs — they may just reveal their secret of happiness to you!*Images are for illustration purpose only.
As the first massive carpet to be made up of over 30,000 real flowers, the Giant Floral Carpet will attempt to enter the Singapore Book of Records to welcome spring
in a spectacular fashion!
Measuring 50 meters by 40 meters, it features exquisite flower patterns to symbolise spring. Immerse yourself in the sea of flowers with your loved ones and have your most memorable moments captured!
The village was in trouble and a lady named Nuwa vowed to help the villagers. She collected seven coloured stones and melted them into one sky-blue giant
rock to seal the broken sky. She also burned bundles of reeds into ashes and mended the hole in the ground unceasingly.
The beauty of the earth was restored and the villagers were overjoyed! They invited people of all nations to have a great celebration to welcome Spring!