Showy and colourful, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Orchid Garden showcases the Singapore Orchid in numerous colours
built to protect China from the marauding tribes to the north. Construction began in the 7th Century BC
Built hundred of years ago, the decorative wall is one of the beautiful features at the Forbidden City in Beijing China
Polished brass fence, very regal. A study in monochrome portrays the excellent detail.
We spent three or four hours driving around, stopping at the Singapore Botanic Gardens for lunch and to explore this beautiful tropical oasis, driving past Marina Bay Sands and enabling us to appreciate this diverse city
A spectacular light show, with strong vibrant colours and a story set to classical music. A brilliant nights entertainment in a perfect setting on the water at Marina Bay Sands
The Orchid Garden is spectacular, with huge displays of Singapore Orchids in all shades of white, purple and lilac. Not to be outdone, the Cymbidium Orchids were showing all their elegance. The dramatic heliconia’s were standing in all their glory with strong red and green lobster claw like flowers
Our stopover in Singapore is always an experience exploring the old town and enjoyed its historical architecture, with a mixture of Chinese, French colonialism and Indian.