Happy Tuesday to everyone who gets excited by Tuesdays, and heck even to those who don’t! Today is a photographic post, and I’m featuring Singapore’s brilliant ‘Gardens by the Bay’. The plan is to keep the words to a minimum today, so if you want to learn more about this, the ultimate in ‘modern’ tourist attractions, check out this post – A Visit to Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay.
When I was there last year I visited three principle attractions, two of them under glass roofs in the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest, and then I took to the Skywalk and it’s giant man-made trees, which is how I’ve divided the galleries today. Enjoy!
It’s really a wonder of modern architecture and thinking and generally, corona virus aside, sees millions of tourists each year, in fact in 2019 nearly 13 million people visited Gardens by the Bay! Hard to imagine. So if you’re in Singapore with a few hours to spare, maybe you’ll check out this almost ‘other-worldly’ place!
Thanks for popping by today – take care – and May the Journey Never End!
8 thoughts on “Gardens by the Bay – A Photographic Examination”
I just relocated to Singapore and I’m super excited to visit Gardens by the Bay (again!). It’s unreal and amazing!
🙂 great to hear. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!
This image of giant trees is now popular and has made its way into the dreams of many travellers. Singapore has cleverly managed to promote itself.
Yes they always seem to find something to reinvent themselves just enough that you want to go back and see whats new. thanks for commenting!
Wow it’s amazing
Thank you for sharing sir
pleasure! Thanks for popping by!
I love Singapore and Gardens by the Bay. It is one of my favourite cities. Did you go there at night? The trees look so beautiful when light up.Great pics, they make me want to go back!
no unfortunately i didnt have the chance to get there at night, ive seen in on the box though and it does look fantastic!