Singapore’s tropical climate creates a fertile environment for lush foliage and exotic fauna. The Gardens by the Bay pull together indigenous plants from the local jungles, mountains, and island environs in a beautifully manicured park. This complex has several unique attractions. The supertree grove and biodomes are the most recognizable and iconic landmarks distinguishing the Gardens as world-class feats of engineering. The world’s largest greenhouse showcases exotic plants from all 5 continents, unusual plants, and thousand-year-old olive trees.
Contributors: Caroline Duterque from Jack and Ferdi