Gardens by the bay is one of the attraction places in Singapore
Singapore is often deemed a highly developed city that is very urbanized and modern, with a lack of association with greeneries and nature when this nation’s name pops up in anyone’s mind. Well, one must have not heard of Gardens by the Bay, which is an effort of the Singaporean government to transform Singapore into a “city in a garden”, which intends to enhance the quality of life through bringing in greenery and flora to the city.
One of the worth mentioning places of interest at gardens by the bay would be the Flower Dome, the largest glass greenhouse in the world, as listed in the Guinness World Records. Singapore, a country that has a tropical climate due to its geographical position near the equator, is now able to bring in the fresh scents of spring from Mediterranean regions like Spain, Italy, California and South Africa. The various hues of exotic flowers with the aromatic scents surrounding you when you enter this cool and dry environment provides you the best experience of senses, soothing you down from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The cloud forest is also another famous place of interest at gardens by the bay, where visitors get to experience the lush green mountains and forests for a change. The world’s tallest indoor waterfall provides the freshness to the moist air needed for high terrain plants that are usually found 2000 meters above sea level. Visitors could walk on top of the clouds of trees while enjoying the mountainside view.
Apart from these two main attractions, tourists would be much amazed by the works of all the professionals involved in keeping this garden alive in the midst of a city where every single aspect of nature is made to look like as close as possible to its original habitats. It is a great work of arts and science put together that one should not miss in Singapore.