Chinese Garden, Singapore

Singapore is a small city but full of nature. Really a city in a garden.

Chinese garden, is a park in Jurong East, built in 1975 and designed by Prof. Yuen-chen Yu, an architect from Taiwan. The garden’s concept is based on Chinese gardening art and the main characteristic is the integration of architectural features with the natural environment.

A wonderful place for a walk into the nature.

PopsicleSociety-Chinese Garden Singapore
Photo credit: Popsicle Society
PopsicleSociety-Chinese Garden Singapore
Photo credit: Popsicle Society
PopsicleSociety-Chinese Garden Singapore
Photo credit: Popsicle Society
PopsicleSociety-Chinese Garden Singapore-frangipane
Photo credit: Popsicle Society

I love frangipani flowers and are very common in Singapore 😊

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8 thoughts on “Chinese Garden, Singapore

  1. Wow!! Great description and pics! and frangipani are my favorite too…only that its the white and yellow ones not the pink and yellow ones.. The white ones seems to charm me unusually! Great post!

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