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Singapore Greenery…

As a visitor to Singapore, my first impressions were, " green is this city!" Read more...

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…


Greeted by greenery at the airport…




















Many hotels have their own vegetable gardens…



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








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

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84 comments on “Singapore Greenery…

  1. That is something I noticed as well, when I was in Singapore this year! Great modern city/country that also cares about greenery and nature. Very impressive!
    Your photos are wonderful and capture the essence of this post very well. 🙂

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  2. Oh you’ve started your posts on Singapore. The pictures of the flowers were nice. They’re abundant here… beauty that we sometimes take for granted. It’s nice to see them from your perspective. 🙂

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  3. So fresh & beautiful pics

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  4. Such an awesome blog on my hometown. Love it 😍

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  5. Stunning photos Lorelle. I have fond memories of Sentosa as a stopover after our honeymoon in the Maldives.

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  6. Oh wow! That is all utterly gorgeous. All cities should try to be this green.

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  7. I was just today having a conversation with a colleague about how much we both love visiting Singapore and how beautiful the gardens are. Great timing with this lovely post. 😀

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  8. My daughter lives in KL – seeing these luscious pictures and reading about the unrestrained green-ness of Singapore, I understand why she loves hopping over there whenever she can xx

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  9. I like your post 😊.

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  10. 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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  11. Fabulous pictures. Singapore is beautiful. Wonderful photos of the flowers!

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  12. 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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  13. Wow what a beautiful botanical garden! I really should check some out more often! #CityTripping

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  14. How lovely that a big city can be so green and full of colourful plant life. I particularly love the pink leaves. It’s almost a decade since I was last in Singapore. I think I’m overdue another visit! #citytripping

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  15. Wow, that looks stunning!!

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  16. 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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  17. Wow!! All that greenery is stunning! Loving the photos:)

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  18. These photos are lovely! I felt like I was there looking at them in person. Thank you for sharing them!

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  19. I’m in AWE of all your beautiful photographs. Thank you for sharing, this is probably the closest I’ll ever get to seeing Singapore myself.

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  20. Stunning pictures and great information!

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  21. It is wonderful to see familiar sights through your eyes: beautiful captures!!!

    Did you stay on Sentosa?

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  22. booknerdprincess

    Wow… looks amazing… the photos just make me want to see it for myself. Very lovely.

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  23. Hello Lorelle, it looks and sounds lush and pretty with nature cultivated where possible. Hope you had a lovely trip 🙋🏻💐

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    • Di…. how are you. Have you guys settled in alright?
      Yes. We had an awesome trip to Singapore thanks. Many more posts to come! ❤️

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      • 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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      • Glad to hear all is well there Di. You guys must have been busy indeed. Yes, September school holidays and we were off. It’s always great to get away at that time of year I find. Have a lovely week too and talk soon. Xx

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      • 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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  24. There are some seriously beautiful plants there. I’m not sure I could cope with rooftop gardens that high up, though. I prefer my gardens to be securely on the ground.

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  25. 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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    • Thank you so much. I love been surrounded by all that greenery. Yes it’s difficult during winter, you will have to check out your local nurseries for some advice! Have a great Sunday Jess. Xx


  26. Wow all of the greenery looks so beautiful! It must have felt like a forest everywhere you explored =o)

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  27. Channon Gray

    I’d absolutely love to visit Singapore one day, it looks such a beautiful but as you said, green city. Such a unique but unexpecting place!

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  29. I have seen the beautiful Changi Airport on a layover but havent yet visited Singapore…It’s definilty on my travel list now. 🙂

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  30. I really enjoyed your beautiful pictures! I have never been to Singapore and I didn’t know it was so green and beautiful. I wish I can visit it one day.

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  31. Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid

    I love Singapore and your photos are fabulous! Did you go to Gardens By the Bay? They’re my Singapore favourite!

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    • 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. 😊


  32. Lovely photos! I’m flying to Singapore in few days and I can’t wait to witness all this greenery in person! #WanderfulWednesday

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  33. Your photos are amazing; beautiful flowers everywhere. We have been in Singapore “hundreds” years ago and thus forgotten so much.

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  35. I love cities that have lots of green spaces!! And Singapore really looks stunning!!

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