Visit to Singapore Botanic Gardens

Have you gone to Singapore Botanic Gardens after it was conferred the UNSECO World Heritage Site in 2015? There were changes to the Gardens. The latest addition is the Learning Forest. This Learning Forest is connected to the existing Rain Forest.

In the Learning Forest, it has boardwalks and elevated walkway to walk among giant trees. It has a Canopy Web at a level of 8 metres above ground. This allows one to see the giant trees at a higher point.

I was impressed with the boardwalk cutting into the Rain Forest. You see the green trees around you on this boardwalk. This is new to me and I had not seen it before.

Canopy Web, 8 metres above ground wrapped round Tembusu trees

Elevated walkway -” Walk of Giants”

Wetland

Rat in the picture

See the girl on a swing on the right

Water lilies

Boardwalk that cuts into the Rain Forest

Shady and green all round. Quiet and occasionally you can hear sounds of insects, birds and small creatures.

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