Find out why Singapore is also called as’the Garden City’by exploring the utmost witching green spaces.

Auditoriums by the Bay
Stretched over the land of 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay consists of three shorefront auditoriums, flower Dome, cloud timbers and the towering super trees. The display of the horticulture and the art of the theater offers the green face of the Singapore.

River Safari
Established in the time 2013, River Safari is one of the popular green spaces representing a variety of foliage and fauna. The place offers the World’s iconic swash, two resident giant pandas and the world’s largest brackish terrarium. One can also enjoy a swash boat lift to conclude the trip in a much better way.

Singapore Botanic Auditoriums
The botanical theater of Singapore is one great sight of verdure. The Jacobs Ballas Children’s Garden is good for the kiddies, whereas Symphony Lakeis great for families and friend’s get together and open air musicales.
East Coast Park
Offering, a long stretch of ocean and beach, East Coast Park is the Singapore’s largest and most popular demesne. Down from the artificiality, the demesne is perfect to enjoy walking, cycling, feasts and rollerblading.

MacRitchie Reservoir
Perambulation along the water’s edge or hike through the timber, MacRitchie Reservoir is the perfect place to enjoy some peaceful time. The major highlight would be a 250 cadence suspense ground with beautiful views of the girding rainforest and the upper Peirce Reservoir.

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Home to further than 800 flowering shops and over 500 beast species, Bhukit Timah Natural Reserve is one of the largest drape of primary timber left in Singapore.
Cock- Try Durian circle for a peaceful jungle-walking experience
The Southern Crests
Positioned between the trail of Mount Faber, Telok Blangah Hill and Kent Ridge Park, the Southern Ridges is a series of hills offering the beautiful green surroundings. The major highlight of the place includes, Singapore’s Loftiest rambler ground and Henderson Wave Bridge.
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Walk through the mangrove walks while witnessing the fresh washes and colorful catcalls ecosystem, especially during the September to March migrant season.

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