Gardens By The Bay Giving Sakura Festival Tickets & Hotel Stay To Those Who’ve Cancelled Japan Trips

Gardens By The Bay Giving Free Sakura Festival Tickets & Hotel Stay To 500 Lucky Winners

While you may have cancelled your flight to Japan, you can get an opportunity to view ornamental cherry trees and blooming sakuras a lot closer to home.

On Tuesday (10 March), Gardens by the Bay announced that they will give 500 lucky winners tickets to their Sakura Matsuri event and staycation packages at the Pan Pacific Singapore.

Participants must have scheduled their disrupted trip from Mar 1-May 31 to qualify.

Free sakura festival tickets

Gardens by the Bay is offering 500 Singapore residents – whose trips to Japan were disrupted due to Covid-19 – free tickets to Gardens by the Bay’s Sakura Matsuri event and staycation packages at Pan Pacific Singapore.

This is opened to those with disrupted trips that fall between 1 Mar – 31 May.


To qualify, submit an entry to with the subject “Sakura Matsuri Giveaway” from now till Sunday (15 Mar).

You will need to share what your disrupted trip meant to you, in an email containing the following information as well:

  1. Name
  2. Mobile
  3. Number of persons on the Japan trip
  4. Proof of Japan trip booking confirmation*
  5. Proof of cancellation from airline or travel agent*

Pan Pacific Singapore packages

Gardens by the Bay and Pan Pacific Singapore’s giveaway features 3 packages.

Pan Pacific Singapore’s Great Fun-Mily Escapade package worth $798+ includes a weekend staycation for 2 children and 2 adults, Flower Dome tickets and brunch at Keyaki.



The second package includes Flower Dome tickets and a weekend at Pan Pacific Singapore with dim sum brunch at Hai Tien Lo worth $437.60+ for 2 people.


Meanwhile, the final package includes Flower Dome tickets and a weekend at Pan Pacific Singapore with dinner at Edge worth $476+ for 2 people.


You can view more details about the promo on Gardens by the Bay’s website.

Gardens by the Bay Sakura Matsuri

The Gardens by the Bay’s Sakura Matsuri: Tale of the Peach Boy Floral Display officially started last Friday (6 Mar).

The installations feature Momotaro, a boy born from a giant peach, whose tale was inspired by Japanese folklore.


If you want to learn how the Japanese survive winter, then check out these Gassho-style farmhouses. These small establishments have thatched roofs that may withstand heavy snowfall.


A trip to Japan isn’t complete without passing through these torii gates, which are a common sight in Japanese shrines.


The best part is undoubtedly the quintessential hanami flower viewing experience. Guests can stroll in the gorgeous flower domes and enjoy the cherry blossoms in full bloom.


Sakura Matsuri at Flower Dome

Amid the Covid-19 outbreak, our long-awaited trips may have been cancelled.

While most of us are staying safe in the city, you can book a trip to Gardens by the Bay’s Sakura Exhibit to feel like you’re away from home.

Here are the details about the event:

Venue: Flower Dome
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Date: 6-29 Mar 2020
Time: 9am-9pm
Nearest MRT: Bayfront MRT Station
Website: Gardens by the Bay Sakura Matsuri

If you don’t qualify for Gardens by the Bay’s promo, then book a trip to their Sakura Exhibit anyway — tickets are 50% off. We bet you’ll feel the coming of spring after an afternoon spent viewing wonderful cherry blossoms.

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Featured image from Gardens by the Bay. 


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