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Gardens by the Bay unveils Jurassic themed food hall, educational trail

Visitors can learn about volcanic eruptions and meteor showers at the educational trail.

Farhana Subuhan

Published: 21 November 2022, 11:27 AM

Visitors in Gardens by the Bay can now indulge in their favourite Michelin-rated hawker fare while being surrounded by dinosaurs at the new Jurassic Nest Food Hall.

Located at Supertree Grove, the Jurassic Nest Food Hall is the latest addition to the Gardens by the Bay’s revamped food and beverage offerings.

Visitors can sink their teeth in renowned Michelin-rated culinary brands like Hawker Chan, Bismillah Biryani and Nasi Lemak Ayam Taliwang as well as other F&B establishments like Took Lae Dee, Mama by Putien Group and JN Café.

They will also be greeted by the animatronic dinosaurs like the T-Rex, Brachiosaurus and Oviraptor which roar to life every hour amidst a landscape of 15 other life-sized dinosaurs.

Children who are fascinated by dinosaurs can embark on a specially-designed educational trail at the Outdoor Gardens of Gardens by the Bay in search of flora and fauna that have existed since prehistoric times. Highlights include the Arowana aquarium and prehistoric plants like Belinjau, Giant Dioon and root beer plant.

Since 2020, Gardens by the Bay has opened nine dining outlets including one Michelin-starred Marguerite in the Flower Dome, Shake Shack and Starbucks. Other eateries include McDonald’s, the family-friendly Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant and The Social Kitchen.

Hopscotch, a local restaurant and bar known for its craft cocktails and grilled food, has also opened its doors to the public in Gardens by the Bay since October 2022. The restaurant offers artisanally crafted cocktails like Garden City Sling and The Heirloom.

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