Arriving at Changi Airport is a simply magnificent and truly exhilarating experience. Singapore Changi Airport or often known as Changi Airport is the major aviation hub in Southeast Asia. The airport staff are helpful and are proud to belong to this country. The airport welcomes you to this beautiful country, as you can see in the adjoining photo, even before you have stepped outside of this airport to a tiny country, which has enough green space.
Singapore Botanic Gardens is spread across 183 acres and has more than 150 years of history. It holds a distinctive and important place in Singapore’s history and the region.
The main attraction is the National Orchid Garden that has over 1000 species and 2000 hybrids of orchids.
Gushing waterfall inside the Botanical Gardens
A small tropical rainforest inside the Singapore Botanic gardens is around 6 hectares in size.
Dolphin Lagoon Singapore
If you like nature and wildlife, then you must not miss the Dolphin Lagoon at Palawan Beach. You can see the pink dolphins or Indo-Pacific humpbacked dolphins.
Pink Dolphins with their trainer. You can also swim with these dolphins.
Jurong Bird Park –
Jurong Park is a world-renowned zoo with magnificent bird life from around the globe. This zoo has a large flock of flamingos and over 5000 birds of 400 species.
A beautiful bird perched on the tree
Dazzling waterfalls inside the Jurong Bird Park
African Waterfall Aviary has 30 meters tall Jurong Falls. The aviary spans across 4.9 acres with over 50 different species
Lovely birds perched on the tree.
A Flock of Flamingos
Images of Singapore on Sentosa Island is a remarkable historical museum. It has a good amount of artefacts and statues which takes one through a live presentation on how Singapore was formed and reached its present day. It is engaging, entertaining and interactive. It has won the prestigious Thea Award in the year 2006 for the best reinvention of a cultural heritage centre.
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Truly, Singapore is a marvellous place to visit!
They are beautiful and irresistible to capture them in a photo for my memories.
Thank you 🙂