HONEY-moon @ SG (Day 4: Gardens By the Bay)

After our scrumptious lunch/merienda at FullHouse, we decided to continue our tour. Our next destination is the Gardens by the Bay. 

The way to get here is by MRT via Circle Line. At the Bayfront MRT Station proceed to Exit B and follow the underground link way. Exit and cross the Dragonfly Bridge into Gardens By The Bay.

Some photos at the Underground Link Way. 

Hubby :)

Happy Couple! 

Garden by the Bay is a park spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land in central Singapore. It consist of three waterfront gardens, the Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden, unfortunately, we only visit I think the Super Tree Groove. This so called Super Tree Grove, a gigantic tree which stands in a ring of circle at the middle of the garden. Approximately 14-16 storey high structures that provide shade from heat in the day.

Below pictures is what you can see at the Garden by the Bay.

Supertree Grove

This place is sooo cool and peaceful, if you both enjoy the Mother Nature while having a romantic date. Holding Hands while Walking ang peg! If you want to experience the close encounter with super trees, you need to pay for you to go up for a walk. But since we already enjoying the view where we stand, we opted not to pay for the OCBC Skyway (a 1280meter long walkway that connects the two 256-meter Supertrees at the Supertree Grove and take in a different view of the Gardens.)

Garden’s by the Bay is so unique when it comes to environmental sustainability. They put extra effort to plan and design for a better alternative shelter where local and international visitors will enjoy. The site itself provide exceptional leisure destination for the entire tourist who visited SG.

Marina Bay Hotel

By the way, we were lucky to witness the alive and exciting display of light and sound that night. I’m so blessed to be able to visit this Singapore’s newest attraction.

Gardens' Address:
18 Marina Gardens Drive
Singapore 018953