{singapore} so botanical

November 10, 2015

I really wanted to visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens because they looked like such an amazingly huge attraction, was free, and is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The only bad thing is that I didn’t have enough time in Singapore to really take the time to explore this place. It ended up that I had to squeeze it into my itinerary one evening, which meant there wasn’t really enough light to enjoy much of the gardens. Nevertheless, I’m glad I got to see as much as I did; and if I ever visit Singapore again, this is definitely a place I would want to visit again! Just walking through the various gardens was such a calming experience. Ambling down the windy paths nestled within ample amounts of green makes you forget you’re in the middle of such a large city/country! It’s kind of fun to look back on the pictures and see how the sun is clearly setting. Personally, I would have liked to have left the gardens a bit earlier though because it really did get quite dark out very quickly!

Read more about our Singapore adventure here: little india’s hindu temples little india’s buddhist templesdomed mosquefancy raffles hotelgiant fountain of wealthmerlion? clarke quay • river-scapest. andrew’s vaulted ceilingfort canning parkquick chinatown touronward sentosa sentosa’s feels sentosa’s island lifesentosa’s fort silososouthern-most pointkranji’s goatskranji’s resortkranji’s bollywood pulau ubin’s monkeypulau ubin’s seaside pulau ubin’s bike trailspulau ubin’s chek jawa

A Singapore’s botanical gardens photo adventure:











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