Gigantic trees rise up from carefully manicured lawns, their symmetrical branches reaching for the sky. At the bay’s edge, two giant, shell-like structures watch over the scenery, stranded on an unusual beach. With the huge proportions of its structures and amusement park quality, a visit to Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay feels almost like stumbling into a scene from Alice in Wonderland – a wonderland turned entirely green.

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