Street Art – Singapore

Street art is something I have been slow to appreciate. Lately though, I find myself taking more and more time to enjoy them. Some, like the creations below, are quite impressive and add to the surrounding area. The artistic works below were created in Singapore and located in or around Singapore’s Chinatown district.

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Singapore – Gardens by the Bay

Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay is an expansive project in the Marina Bay area of Singapore. It is an eco-tourist destination showcasing sustainable practices and plants from across the globe and is a must-see attraction in Singapore.

The ever-present Marina Bay Sands hotel is on the edge of Gardens by the Bay.
First glimpse of the “super tree” groove – south of Marina Bay
The garden contains 18 of these “supertrees”
Each is a self-sustaining vertical garden
The skywalk between the trees provides another way to view and enjoy the garden.
Notice the “eggs” floating on Dragonfly lake. At night, they are illuminated along with the trees.
Crossing the Gardens by the Bay (south of Marina Bay)

The Gardens by the Bay covers 103 acres and has themed garden areas honoring the diversity of people found in Singapore – Chinese, Malay, and Indian – and Singapore’s history. It represents a significant step towards transforming Singapore into a “city within a garden.” They are well on their way. This garden and the focus on flora throughout the city is something that will always standout in my memories of Singapore.

Park Royal Hotel is living the “city within a garden” vision.