• Pixie dust fills the air as Disney Tsum Tsum brings a touch of magic to the Christmas floral display at Gardens by the Bay. It's time to get the fairy lights and festive baubles ready as Mickey and his Tsum Tsum pals stack up to decorate the tallest live Christmas tree in Flower Dome. In this special "Poinsettia Wishes Featuring Disney Tsum Tsum" floral display, Olaf feels right at home amidst a snowy landscape of poinsettias, Christmas berries and holly, while Dumbo prepares to take flight with a sled full of presents. Come celebrate the holidays with your favourite Tsum Tsum pals in this festive display at Gardens by the Bay!

Event Details

  • Friday, 2 Nov 2018 – Sunday, 6 Jan 2019

  • 9.00am - 9.00pm (2 Nov - 29 Nov, 27 Dec - 6 Jan)
    9.00am - 10.00pm (30 Nov - 26 Dec)

  • Flower Dome

  • Admission charge to Flower Dome applies

Floral Display Highlights

Get a sneak peek of this year's festive display!

Watch the video to find out what awaits you inside Flower Dome.

Spot these radiant blooms & christmas trees in Flower Field!


Poinsettia (Euphorbia Pulcherrima)

  • The showy coloured parts are bracts (modified leaves); while the actual flowers are tiny and borne in the centre of the modified leaves. Look out for poinsettias in unique hues like brown, lime-yellow and speckled red and yellow around the Flower Field!


Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe species)

  • Blooming in winter in cheery, bright colours, this flowering succulent is native to Madagascar, and can survive in dry environments with little humidity. Its tiny tubular flowers come in single and double forms, and are well complemented by beautiful dark green waxy leaves. Spot the red and white kalanchoes on display! 

Christmas Rose

Christmas Rose (Helleborus cv.)

  • Despite its name, the Christmas Rose or Winter Rose is unrelated to the rose family (Rosaceae). It is so-named due to its rose-like blooms, which flower from late autumn to early spring, often in the snow.


Violet (Viola species and hybrids)

  • Violets possess distinctive, slightly irregular flowers, made up of five petals, four of which are fan-shaped with two on each side, and one broad, lobbed lower petal pointing downward. Their leaves are just as charming, typically heart-shaped and scalloped. Flower colours vary from violet to various shades of blue, yellow, cream and white. Some are bicoloured, often blue and yellow. 


Amaryllis (Hippeastrum cultivars)

  • Indigenous to Central and South America, amaryllis is a bulb flowering plant that produces spectacular trumpet-shaped blooms mostly in shades of red, pink and white. Its stem can grow up to 45cm tall, and its flowers 15cm across.

American Wintergreen

American Wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens)

  • Wintergreen's bell-shaped flowers give way to bright edible red berries that persist through winter. The berries are an excellent winter food for some wildlife, with a fleshy interior that tastes slightly sweet and minty. Wintergreen is a common flavouring in chewing gum, candies and toothpaste!

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

A Christmas tree is an evergreen conifer, often a spruce, pine of fir, adorned with lights and ornaments in celebration of the season. The modern Christmas tree originated in Western Germany in the 16th century when Christmas brought trees into their homes and decorated them with gingerbread, nuts and apples. Today, the tradition of decorating a tree is embraced by people all over the world. Those indoors are usually surrounded by presents, for Christmas is a time of giving and sharing with those around us. Admire the magnificent spruces and firs as you walk through the display.

Curious to find out more?

  • Pick up an Poinsettia Wishes Garden Trail for more interesting information or join us for daily “ASK Me!” tours by our friendly Display Interpreters as they share fascinating botanical facts and anecdotes about the floral display.

    Date: Friday, 2 Nov 2018 – Sunday, 6 Jan 2019


    Time: Daily at 11.00am and 3.00pm (2.00pm to 5.00pm on 10, 11, 24 & 25 Nov and 8 & 9 Dec 2018)


    - Guided tours are free, but admission charge to the Flower Dome applies.
    - Tours last approximately 15 minutes and are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
    - To participate, gather at the “ASK Me!” poster near the Flower Field.
    - Tour will begin when a group of five or more visitors is assembled.
    - Tours will not be conducted on Flower Dome closure dates.

Festive Promotion

Disney Tsum Tsum wrapping paper giveaway

Disney Tsum Tsum wrapping paper giveaway

Receive Disney Tsum Tsum wrapping paper* with any purchase of conservatory tickets.

While stocks last. 


*Limited quantities per day. Available on first-come, first-served basis. Giveaway is only valid for onsite purchase at the ticketing counters located at The Canopy. 
Promotion Terms & Conditions and General Terms & Conditions apply.

Disney Tsum Tsum Wrapping Paper Giveaway Terms & Conditions

  • Receive a set of two (2) Disney Tsum Tsum wrapping paper with any purchase of conservatory tickets.
  • Limited to one set per transaction.
  • Giveaway is only valid for purchase at Gardens by the Bay ticketing counters located at The Canopy. Promotion is NOT applicable at Gardens by the Bay’s online ticketing portal, or other ticketing counters.
  • While stocks last daily, and is on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Admission ticket purchased is not refundable or exchangeable for cash and is only valid for the day of entry.
  • Promotion is not valid with purchase of Friends of the Gardens memberships.
  • Promotion is not valid for purchase of OCBC Skyway or Shuttle Service, Auto Rider or Outdoor Garden Audio Tour tickets.
  • The Walt Disney Company and its parents, affiliates and subsidiaries are not responsible for the promotion, administration or execution of this promotion.
  • Gardens by the Bay reserves the right to amend the promotion terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

Celebrate Christmas with your favourite Tsum Tsums in this year's floral display!

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