Singapore Recreates Nature at Gardens by the Bay
What Singapore lacks in greens, it sure makes up for with ingenuity and a unique sense of beauty.
by Sean Kevin Joya | January 20, 2016
We all know Singapore is not really known for its flora and fauna but more for its grand man-made structures and mega builds.
But, amidst the lack of natural eye candy, Singapore never fails to amaze the world with its surreal tourist attractions especially Gardens By The Bay which houses two of the most unique biodomes in the world. The largest greenhouse in the world, the Flower Dome and the breath-taking marvel that is the Cloud Forest.
See how Singapore showcases the beauty of Mother Nature by exhibiting the biodiversity of Asia.
“La Famille de voyageurs” (A traveling family) depicts a family that’s traveling on their way home as they depart the tropical garden city and take with them beautiful memories and leave part of themselves behind.
The Cloud Forest is a 35-meter mountain that’s home to lush vegetation from misty tropical highlands. The dome’s nine zone exhibit the unique biodiversity and geology of cloud forests as high as 2,000 meters.
Gardens by the Bay is a trip in itself. What Singapore lacks in greens, they sure make up for in man-made hybrids.
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