In the last few years, sky gardens have become the rage or at least I think so. Many condominiums also have sky gardens these days and they are apparently good selling points.
The very enterprising Marina Bay Sands even charge a fee to enter their sky garden (aka SkyPark) which is probably the tallest one in Singapore at 200m above ground. Personally, I wouldn't bother paying $20 just to gain entrance.
If we want to experience a sky garden, try the one at the National Library in Bugis. I was there recently and I really like it. No entrance fee too.
|I like this. Creepers growing up some pillars which reminds me of a jungle.|
|Pandan! This spot smells really nice and will probably stay roach free!|
|If you like nature but are asthmatic like me, you will like this place.|
|I used to have a pot of Aloe Vera at home, if you remember. ;)|
|Open seven days a week, this is one sky garden all of us can enjoy for free.|
|A view of the Hotel Inter-Continental and Illuma Shopping Mall from the garden.|