Louise McDaidSingapore Gardens by the Bay

On a recent one-day stopover in Singapore I hot-footed it along to the Gardens by the Bay – ‘where wonder blooms’ as the brochure says.

Supertree foliage colour and texture - a dynamic combination

Supertree foliage colour and texture – a dynamic combination

Despite an early morning start I soon realised one day wasn’t going to do justice to such an extensive and fascinating place. One could spend a day exploring the gardens in the two cooled giant conservatories alone (which by the way is an extremely pleasant way to escape the outdoor humidity).

Read GardenDrum blogger Linda Green’s perceptive write up and thoughts from last year on the Singaporean botanical wonderland.

Below I’ve posted a gallery of shots showing what I found beautiful, exciting, interesting, fun, breathtaking, informative, and valuable in so many ways. My wonder certainly bloomed!

Click on any photo to see a larger image slideshow. You can also click the photos in the slideshow (top right corner) to see a full-size version.


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Louise McDaid

About Louise McDaid

I’m a landscape designer and enjoy working with most anything botanical in nature. Based in Sydney Australia, I am also editor of Landscape Outlook, journal of the Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers (AILDM) and write on gardens and their design. I have been guest editor of GardenDrum while Catherine escaped for an overdue and well-earned holiday.

3 thoughts on “Singapore Gardens by the Bay

    • There was so much to like about it that I tried to capture – but it never conveys what it’s like to be there in person!

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