Singapore Botanic Gardens: Most Serene Place in the City (Part 2 of 4)

I have a poor sense of direction, so the clearly marked signs were comforting. In green too, blending nicely into the natural surroundings. What was new and cool, was that the MRT station has been included.

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Even though it was a scorching hot day, the canopies of trees protected us from the direct sun.

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I wish I could identity every single plant or tree. This is the tropical garden at it’s best.

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Impressive buttress roots. The older the trees, the more reassuring it felt.

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Wanted to head into the Rain Forest but decided to leave it for the walk back.

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We walked on, along this shady path.

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On our right, a huge green field.

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My eyes went to the tall, tall trees.

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This tree had shed all it’s leaves in a neat pile.

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2 Responses to Singapore Botanic Gardens: Most Serene Place in the City (Part 2 of 4)

  1. Crystal says:

    I wish I knew more about trees or plants…I just notice if they’re pretty 🙂

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