Aside from the USS, Singapore Zoo, and the Sentosa Island, there are a lot more places in SG that are worthy of a visit, if you’d fancy a stroll. You need not go far and commute too much, since SG has one of the easiest and most tourist friendly transportation systems in Asia. Allow me to introduce to you three great gardens that can be found in the heart of this exciting city.
This has always been on top of my list. I’m always amazed by the innovative ideas Singapore has to offer, and one of it was strategically placing 11 “Super Trees” in the city, which is both beautiful and has an environmentally sustainable function. These artificial giant trees has solar panels on top, gathers solar energy, and helps to power up the recycling facility underneath the park. For adventure seekers, you can also have a different view of this garden by taking the canopy walk which goes from one tree to another. A bridge walkway 128 metres long and 28 metres high, can captivate you with a nice overview of the park and its surroundings, and the display of lights during the night is also a sight to behold. In case you get bored, get ready for a different kind of shopping and dining adventure at the Marina Bay Sands, just located across the gardens.