Singapore Greenery…

As a visitor to Singapore, my first impressions were, “wow….how green is this city!”

From the moment we stepped off the plane and into Changi airport three weeks ago, I was blown away with the sustainability developments within this small city. Singapore is reported to have the world’s highest density of greenery. With the expansion of skyrise greenery on high rise city buildings as a result of limited land capacity, Singapore is indeed a lush and vibrant palette of nature.

The beauty of the flora and fauna in this energetic city awaits to be captured…

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Greeted by greenery at the airport…

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Many hotels have their own vegetable gardens…

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The greenhouse and gardens at the Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore

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Sentosa Island sunsets from the Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore gardens…

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80 thoughts on “Singapore Greenery…

  1. Great post and pics Lorelle, love Singapore one of my first foreign destinations when I was still a student, as you mention what impressed me most was the cleanliness and greenery as well ! Got many more chances to visit S’pore enroute Indonesia and US , brought back great memories!!

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  2. From your pictures I can sense fresh air despite being in the city. It’s always fascinating when cities incorporate greenery. I’ve never been to Singapore, so to me the rainforest-like flora and fauna like you captured in your photos is quite unique.

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  3. Such gorgeous photos – and a lot greener than I remember although it’s almost (eek) 20 years since I visited. I’ve been wanting to go back for a while so definitely adding your tips to my list. Thanks for linking up with #citytripping

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      1. Hello dear Lorelle!
        Thank you for asking. I hadn’t forgotten you but it’s been a whirlwind. Yes, starting to settle now. I was happy to see you had been off adventuring again. I will aim to keep up better with your posts…
        Have a great week 🙋🏻💕💕

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      2. Thank you Lorelle. Yes, very busy but I’m a good way.
        Oh yes, Spring time is a lovely time for a trip before the heat of summer.
        For sure we will talk soon…
        Bye for now Lorelle 🙋🏻💐

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  4. Firstly, this is absolutely gorgeous. How would you NOT want to spend all of your time wandering through the gardens?? Secondly, it’s so eco-friendly!! I’m trying to find more plants I can grow myself but it’s difficult to find plants that I can bring in for the winter AND find a spot in my house where they get just the right amount of sunlight. I hope I can have something like the airport eventually!!! 😍😍

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    1. Hi Sam. Thank you so much. Yes. We did. I plan to do a separate post on that. It was amazing! Totally loved Gardens by the bay.
      I loved your blog too and glad to meet a fellow Aussie blogger. Look forward to reading more of your posts. 😊

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