The Singapore Botanic Gardens (新加坡植物园) is a 74-hectare botanical garden in Singapore. It is too big for us to tour the whole area so we will cover some of the main area which is the National Orchid Garden and Ginger Garden.
The National Orchid Garden is the main attraction within the Botanic Gardens which is located on the mid-western side of the Garden. Within the Orchid Garden, there are a number of other attractions such as Burkill Hall and the VIP Orchid Garden, Orchidarium, Tan Hoon Siang Misthouse, Lady Yuen-Peng McNeice Bromeliad House and Coolhouse.
It is a VERY BEAUTIFUL place indeed.
After the water break, we will proceed to the next area which is next to the National Orchid Garden, the Ginger Garden. It is a walking trail that may bring you up close and personal with a diverse collection of gingers. Sorry we didn’t see any GINGER as it is bad for dogs. We only walked pass it.
Mummy said this is a nice place for us to take multiple shots.
Wow.. Big pond! We got to see swam.
About time! Got to go home.
Before we leave, let’s take photo with our dearest mummy.
ONE is not enough.
TWO are better.
THREE are excellent.
Early in the morning 10am, rain or shine, Mummy brought us to the Tanjong Beach at Sentosa, an island right off the South Coast of Singapore, to meet our MiCher and her babies.
This is our first time here. It is a very beautiful place to hang out. We saw many other BIG dogs playing, chasing and swimming. We really love it. This is the place where you can see dogs and their pawrents around and also not very crowded. Guess why? It was a Monday morning where everybody else were still busily working in front of the BIG BLACK BOX. What can I say? We were considered LUCKY?
After a big pour, the weather here was gorgeous and the temperature of the water was delightful. It was a great day to spend during our Mummy and Daddy’s off day.
We just love swimming.
Kent Ridge Park (肯特岗公园) is located in western Singapore, between the NUS and the Science Centre. Due to its undisturbed habitat and abundant plant life, it is a popular venue for bird watchers and tourists.
ZZZzzzz… Sleepy… Mummy! You really want to walk?
Mummy:”Let’s go home. Before that let’s see their ADORABLE faces again.”
ONE sheltie is not enough.
Mummy:”There is an event going on tonight. ALOT of people are watching us. I can hear “BIG DOG! BIG DOG! BIG DOG!”
This is what LOVE meant to be.