Tuesday, September 05, 2006

National Orchid Garden

The National Orchid Garden is one of many beautiful gardens located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This time we've only visited the National Orchid Garden, I will come back to the Botanic Gardens again to visit the Evolution Garden and the rest of the park.

Crane Fountain.

Look at the shape of the long chair , how cool is it!!!

What do you think this chair looks like?



Beautiful bridge covered with flowers.





Inside the Cool House, it's really very cooling inside there...

See how humid inside...

This flower's very big, I was shocked when I saw it. It's even bigger than my head, really!!! It doesn't look big in this photo though.








































Which orchid flower do you like the most? I like the last one the most!!!

So...That's all for today. I will have busy days ahead, so don't know when I can post a new one, meanwhile hope you enjoy the photos and !!!



11 comments:

www.yenjai.net said...

I never know there are so many kind of orchid around @_@

Bear Bear said...

Yes, there are over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids in the National Orchid Garden 0_o, but I only took photos of a few ^^

Becky said...

Gorgeous, I can't pick a favorite, I think the chair looks like an elephant, but perhaps that's because I watch too much Animal Planet, : )

Bear Bear said...

Animal Planet is my favourite channel too!!!

flic said...

They're all very nice pictures!

ling-ling san said...

Yeah, this is the best orchid garden I think.

I am planning my next whiskey-fuelled vacation here.

Anonymous said...

very, very nice blog. and beautiful pictures. keep up the good work!!!

Chaminda (GC) said...

If a flower is extraordinary in size, try to include a hand/finger in the photo. This makes the size more noticeable, and is a better approach than including a person in the picture

Bear Bear said...

Thanks for your advice! I'll take note of it next time.

Anonymous said...

Bear Bear, you brightened my day today with your pictures. Thank you. I especially liked the National Orchid Gardens, and the fountain. I look forward to reading you again :)

-LibertyInChaos from BlogMad

Jaypee said...

beautiful flowers and awesome photos! :)