Although towering skyscrapers make up most of our cityscape today, our island is also full of lush green pockets that offer respite amidst the hustle and bustle of a modern metropolis – only if you take a closer look when you visit Singapore.
Be it our tree-lined expressways, award-winning attraction, Gardens by the Bay, or the numerous parks in and around the city, integration of the environment is a large part of our urban development.
Some of our more creative and unique architectural establishments also have greenery woven into the buildings themselves, such as PARKROYAL on Pickering hotel and School of the Arts (SOTA) – standing out as lush gems amidst their neighbours.
Garden in the city
Discover what a garden in the city of the future looks like at Gardens by the Bay- where the latest in eco-technology meets cutting-edge architecture.See more at smh.com.au
The city's greenest hotel
Be greeted by 15,000 square metres of sky gardens when you look upon the PARKROYAL on Pickering hotel. The hotel also uses rain-harvesting and sensory technologies to reduce its carbon footprint.See reviews at
Off a plane and into a garden
Singapore's Changi Airport not only uses an intelligent lighting system that allows for natural light, but is also full of green pockets such as the Butterfly Garden and a beautiful five-storey tall Green Wall covered with more than 10,000 tropical plants.See reviews at