Gardens by the Bay


Dragonfly Bridge


The Supertrees from below


The Supertrees from above


The Elevated Walkway between the Supertrees


The Chinese Heritage Garden


Marc Quinn's Planet


The Flower Dome


The Cloud Forest Dome


The Flower Dome Walkway


Garden Rhapsody


Garden Rhapsody


Garden Rhapsody


Garden Rhapsody

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Recently built on over 100 hectares of reclaimed land the Gardens By The Bay are the most spectacular public gardens we have ever visited. I am not surprised that this is Singapore's most visited attraction. Indeed it is one of the most popular attractions in Asia.










The gardens are split into several sections. The most iconic one has the 18 Supertrees. They are between 25 and 50 metres in height and are effectively vertical gardens. There is a high level walkway between a couple of these trees giving stunning views over the gardens and parts of Singapore.


































There is even a restaurant atop one of these Supertrees.

















The Heritage Gardens are four large garden complexes, one each for the three main ethnic groups (Malay, Chinese and Indian) and one representing Singapore's Colonial past.


The Chinese Garden has a sculpture of an ideal human cut-out representing the Chinese leaving home to venture out to foreign lands.










No, it is not a baby on the hedge behind me, but Marc Quinn's 10 metre long sculpture of his baby son floating above a meadow.












The Flower Dome is the world's largest glass greenhouse. You can see the floral tributes to the Chinese Year of the Goat in the photo on the left.









The Cloud Forest Dome houses a 35 metre waterfall with walkways spiralling round parts of it.





























































At night there is a stunning psychedelic sound & light show called The Garden Rhapsody. Not to be missed.











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