If you think Singapore weather is too warm to celebrate Christmas, think again! The perks of being the Friends of the Gardens allow me unlimited access to the Cooled Conservatories and OCBC Skyway. Escape the heat and enchant with Christmas Sugar Mountain at the Gardens by the Bay, a visual treat for everyone!
Whimsical gardenscape of vegetables and fruits, this is the first time the Gardens collaborate with an international landscape designer, Kazuyuki Ishihara, a multiple gold medallist at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show. The flower display field transformed to magic in the evening.
Little star shining bright, we see your beauty every night.
Titled “Christmas Sugar Mountain”
Pineapples, strawberries, tomatoes and capsicums are among the ‘stars’ this festive season.
When I think of reindeer, I often visualise Rudolf and his friends pulling Santa’s sleigh. They are the only species of deer in which both male and female (and even calves) have antlers. Antlers are shed annually and new antler growth occurs in the spring and summer.
Ananas & Berry
Catch Christmas Sugar Mountain from now till 5 January 2014 at Gardens by the Bay.
Past Events: Diwali Celebration | Mid-Autumn Festival | Flight of Fancy | Mystical Supertrees | Tulipmania! | Spring Celebrations
The dome looks wonderful! I even haven’t entered the dome when I visited Gardens by The Bay! :-O
I second that. When you’re here I can give you a tour!
Reaallyy?!?! Aahhhhh … That’s greaat!! :-)
Macam kat fairy tale. Very nice! But no artificial snow?
Sadly nooo! I don’t think the conservatory can accommodate snow lol
But it would be nicer if there is snow.
Eh I think can. Haha. i City’s snow world which is smaller than the conservatory also can accommodate snow, apatah lagi the conservatory. Ahaha
Very pretty. This looks like a wonderful exhibit to explore.
Great images, made me feel very festive! :)
In the Flower Dome, right?
Yes correct, Flower Dome. You should be there!
Yes, I think we’ll go! But we’ll take your tip to go in the evening to see the lights.
Very colorful and so different!
Wow… Amazing… Thanks for share Hero :-)
What a cool idea of using veggies and fruits for decorations!
great photos :) Christmas is coming :)