Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Gardens By the Bay (Supertree Grove)

Went to Gardens By the Bay on 10 August Monday (which is still within the Jubilee Weekend) to watch the Garden Rhapsody at Supertree Grove.

Before that, we met at Bugis to have our vegetarian dinner, broccoli udon (S$6.90) and lemon juice (S$3.80). The weather was very good today, no rain.
Then we took the downtown line from Bugis MRT to Bayfront MRT. We went out through Exit B from Bayfront MRT and crossed the Drayonfly Bridge before we reached Supertree Grove.

We watched the full laser show at 8.30pm which lasted for 15mins. These are the photographs I took, the laser show was spectacular, the songs were past National Day songs sung by the various singers, we enjoyed the show very much.












10 comments:

Eunice Qing Fen said...

Very nice photos!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Nice picture you took...

Twilight Man said...

What a lucky and beautiful day for you to enjoy the good weather.
Poor Sharon had to wait outside and drink rain water twice! Wakakaka

Your photos are nice and colourful. I am still waiting for the day I can admire these "trees" with my own eyes!

Agnes said...

Been to Singapore 2 years back..My kids would like to have another visit again.

[SK] said...

so good you got the chance to go in to see the trees, as I heard there was a really long queue waiting to go in.. I've been to SG but yet to go to the Gardens by the Bay, now with the exchange rate, don't even need to mention xD

Libby said...

Eunice: Thanks

Sharon: Thanks

TM: I was indeed lucky, Gardens by the bay not bad, can visit when you come to Singapore

Agnes: I love to visit Malaysia and the opposite you all like to visit Singapore

SK: It was free admission on the day I went.

mun said...

Lovely photos! Thanks!

Bluedreamer27 said...

oohh this is on my bucketlist.. i really want to see these supertrees ♥♥♥

Rose said...

Nice. I would love to visit this place.

Yee Ling said...

I have been to Sg once and too bad didn't get to vist MBS. Next trip will sure drop by the Gardens too. Simply amazing and stunning view.