#tripaway it’s a beautiful place, specially for plants and nature lovers! it’s hard to understand how they managed to create such a beautiful environment for thousands of plants species! it’s a very entertaining and educational attraction for all the family
No trip to Singapore is complete without a visit to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a 160-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of Singapore's Orchard Road shopping district. I remember it being free to anyone visiting Singapore. #wintergetaway
Singapore is a wonderful place to walk along the cement forest Orchard Road, and you can walk to a vast green area with a lot of foliage and flowers. This huge urban green lung, the Botanic Gardens of Singapore, became Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016, and it truly reputed its reputation as a garden city.
Although the reputation is outside, although it is free to open, there may be too many fun places in Singapore, and there are not many visitors to the botanical garden. Most locals are dating, jogging, walking their dogs, or having a casual picnic with friends.
As a world cultural heritage, the nature of the area is unparalleled, and as a botanical garden, the freshness and beauty here are indescribable. Lawrence Niven, the first director of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, was a landscape architect. At the beginning of the park in 1859, he tried to create an English pastoral scene, stretches of grass, winding paths, and The natural distribution of various plants, with a romantic atmosphere, is the only large park in Southeast Asia with a British-inspired landscape design.
Walk into it, as if entering a huge tropical rainforest, dotted with a variety of small gardens of different styles, all kinds of small animals are happy to live their own lives, large lizards lying on the lawn Sunning the sun, completely ignoring human curiosity and peeping, here is their real home, and human beings are only occasional guests.
The 160-year-old Singapore Botanic Gardens is a star visitor attraction for the sophisticated traveller and the local resident. The Gardens possess an array of botanical and horticultural features with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance. Complementing these unique resources are sensitive developments and entertainment events providing visitors educational and recreational facilities amidst the wonders of nature. #wintergetaway
Home to more than 20,000 species of exotic flowers, shrubs, and trees both tropical and subtropical, the Singapore Botanic Gardens showcase the best and most spectacular of tropical flora set in stunning verdant landscape. Visitors can to enjoy all sorts of exotic plants while local residents most often use the venue to partake in daily leisure activities and entertainment, such as running, picnicking, bike riding, playing football and practicing Tai-Chi. The gardens also regularly host concerts, festivals, yoga parties, and anime and manga activities such as cosplay. As a result, the atmosphere is quite lively. Many local Singaporeans choose the romantic Palm Valley Lawn at the Botanic Gardens for a stunning outdoor wedding surrounded by green trees under the blue sky and white clouds.