I just can’t imagine Singapore without our trees. It’s one thing I never take for granted.
This wintry tree seems like it belongs somewhere colder, but this was right on our Tiny Island at the former Turf Club. Saw this glorious sight when we were visiting Rider’s Cafe.
Outside Samy’s Curry at Dempsey Hill, you see banana trees that are a vibrant green. The banana leaves you eat on are probably from these lovely trees.
Love the bark on old trees. This was taken by B at Dempsey Hill.
Low hanging branches that kiss the ground. This one was captured as I was walking from the Stadium MRT to Kallang Leisure Park.
The best scene for me is driving through one of our lonely reservoir roads. This was at Lower Pierce.
What I find the most refreshing are our tree lined roads and especially the lush umbrella-like trees that form a canopy.
And the majestically old trees.
For the ultimate tropical jungle experience for people like me who don’t like roughing it, there’s Sungei Buloh.