When your insta snap gets photobombed by a little girl with a pink umbrella but it actually makes the pic 10x cuter 💖💖
🌿 Taken in Singapore’s “Cloud Forest” dome. There are two huge domes in the Gardens by the Bay area, both containing huge botanical gardens. Definitely a must-see!
☁️ The cloud forest dome was huuuuuge and had these amazing high up walkways as well as a massive indoor waterfall (pictured)✨
🌿Will be posting loads more pics from here as it was increds 💛
🔸Thanks @alexhoather for getting me the cloud dome entrance as an early Christmas pressie 😘😘
•Deep in the forest I stroll.. to hear the wisdom of my soul •
What’s inside the Cloud Forest dome?
A mountain with the highest indoor waterfall (over 30m height), surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems.
Next swipe 👉🏻: a Venus flytrap plant in Lost World
Next swipe 👉🏻: Marina Bay Sands view from inside Cloud Forest dome
Next swipe 👉🏻: making our way down to the bottom of the mountain through the Cloud Walk (short clip available on YouTube)
Next swipe 👉🏻: Marina Bay Sands view from Waterfall View
During the visit, there’s Orchid of the Amazon, displaying 50 varieties of exotic epiphytic orchids all the way from the Amazon (short clip available on YouTube)
• There’s no better place to find yourself sitting by a waterfall and listening to its music •
The world’s largest indoor waterfall, located inside Cloud Forest dome, part of Garden by The Bay. Entrance fee for only Cloud Forest (one conservatory) was SGD20 per person. Entering Garden by The Bay was free but we need to pay for specific attractions or conservatories, including a visit to Cloud Forest dome.
🌴 The Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay is a 35-meter tall mountain covered in lush vegetation shrouding the world’s tallest indoor waterfall. With plant life from tropical highlands up to 2,000-metres above sea level, it is amazing to learn about the biodiversity and geology of cloud forests and the environmental threats they face within the nine unique zones of this Conservatory. A must see while in Singapore.🌲 #singapore#cloudforestsingapore#gardensbythebay
#tbt to visiting the Cloud Forest Dome at Gardens By The Bay in Singapore.This was a garden with a variety of orchids and carnivorous plants, including Pitcher plants, Venus Fly Catchers and Rafflesia flowers. What was unusual was that some plants were real and some were made out of Lego.
#cloudforestsingapore A breath-taking mountain views surrounded by diverse vegetation and hidden floral gems.
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🌴𝐂𝐥𝐨𝐮𝐝 𝐅𝐨𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐭 𝐒𝐢𝐧𝐠𝐚𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐞🌴
Гора усажена разными видами растений, сверху которой спадает водопад😍. Вокруг горы проходит спиральная лестница в этажей 6-7. Температура градусов 20, попасть туда после Сингапурской духоты - кайф. Конечно же это не просто красивый сад для туристов, этот проект несёт более глубокий подтекст: исчезновение влажных тропических лесов из-за глобального потепления. Чем так полезны Cloud Forests? - в них проживает огромное количество представителей флоры и фауны🌿🐒; - эти леса насыщают воздух кислородом💨; - четвертую часть всех лекарств в мире получают из растений тропических лесов; - регулируют температуру воздуха и количество осадков🌧 без лесов глобальное потепление будет только набирать обороты и т.д. Обожаю такие познавательные туристические развлечения 🏔🌏💙 #singapore#cloudforestsingapore
I was going to share a joke about waterfalls but it’s pretty pour... 💦🤣
I finally got to visit the Cloud Forest on my second visit to Singapore 🌳 ☁️
Travelling around Asia for 7 months meant sticking to a strict budget and the $28 ticket was a bit out of our daily spendings. Coming from Australia our budget was higher so I was finally able to see it for myself! 😍
Travelling on a budget can be challenging but it makes it easier to travel for longer! 🌍 ::::
Do you tend to stick to a budget when travelling? 💰 ::::
TRAVEL TIP - We went to the Cloud Forest for opening at 9am and had it mostly to ourselves ☺️🙌
EDITING TIP - Edited on @lightroom with my Golden Glow Pop Preset, I then added the mist/clouds using the @lensdistortions app
📷 by @alexwandr on my @samsungau galaxy s10+
Still going through a lot of my photos from Singapore. After spending four days there, I can tell that it’s definitely one of my favorite big cities. As a city-state it has become the richest nation in Southeast Asia over the last 50 years, which is really a short period of time. Singapore has such a unique blend of cultures, people and religions; incredible food and very strict laws that it’s hard to believe the country is so tiny.
Before my trip I did a brief research about the country, but since visiting it I really want to learn more.
What interesting facts do you guys know about Singapore and how did you like your visit if you have been there before?