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The Gardens by the Bay is Singapore’s pride and joy. It is really impressive. Words will not be enough to describe the awe you experience when you visit the gardens. You have to visit it to understand why the place is so popular.
There is always something to marvel at, something new, something going on at the Gardens.
A visit to Singapore is not complete without seeing the Gardens by the Bay.
More information on the garden HERE
Here are some pictures from my recent visit. The weather wasn't very cooperative on my visit. I came out of the train station, and the sky looked as if it was ready to open up. And it did, before too long. So, I had to sit out the rain. Luckily for me, it was one of those passing tropical rain. It was all over in about 45 minutes.
The Gardens by the Bay is a photographer’s haven. Thank goodness for phone cameras, people can snap, snap, snap away, and keep the best of the lot.
This is the Dragonfly Lake, a favourite spot for pictures.
A view of the Marina Bay Sands from the Gardens
Supertree Grove. Watch the YouTube video for more information on the Supertrees.
A shuttle bus in the gardens. For $3 a ticket, you get to hop on and off at designated locations.
Some flowering succulent plant.
Daylight is fading and the lights are coming on.
Visitors snapping away.