Located in Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay, a project by the National Parks Board (NPB) consists of three public gardens (Bay East, Bay South and Bay Central) and was officially opened on 29 June 2012. The garden houses consist about a million plants from over 300 species, from several countries around the world. Visitors are able to witness a rich diversity of plant life in two magnificent conservatories, Flower Dome and Cloud Forest that are located in Bay South, the largest of the three gardens. Plants from several regions such as Spain, Italy, Africa, Australia and California can be found in here. Apart from the gorgeous array of flowers, the Cloud Forest also features the tallest indoor waterfall which allows the visitors to get a breathtaking view of the canopy and mountainside below.
This Learning Experience is about photosynthesis and how it occurs in a plant. You will also learn about how different factors and different leaf structures control the rate of photosynthesis. This Learning Experience is suitable for secondary school, year 1-3 students.