After exploring the Flower Dome, visitor who holds a combo ticket can then proceed to the Cloud Forest conservatory, a mysterious world veiled in mist.
A 35m man made mountain and waterfall greets visitor once passing through its main entrance. The man made mountain is covered in lush vegetation and home to the world's tallest indoor waterfall.
The man made mountain is best explore from the top before descending via the two walkways (cloud and treetop walk) in the clouds for an aerial view of the canopy and mountainside below.
Within the man made mountain is a crystal display which depicts the formation which could be found inside the mountain.
Within the conservatory, there is a train model which illustrates the key mode of transport in areas of high elevation around the world. In such remote areas, locomotive services give life to many towns, transporting not only people but also food, fuel and other daily necessities. An example of this is the Patagonian Express, which traverses the high plains of Argentina.
There are more than meets the eyes here other than just the eye catching man made mountain. It is a relaxing stroll around the cool surrounding inside the conservatory amidst the nature within it.
Before signing out of the conservatory, head to the +5 Degrees center where visitor can learn about the self sustainability at the Gardens by the Bay and numerous ecological functions of the Supertrees such as capturing solar energy and double as an exhaust while supporting a green living skin. It is also an interactive learning center to create awareness for the younger generation.