|Leaving the Botanic Gardens behind us, we took the MRT to the Gardens by the Bay, which are overlooked by the impressive Marina Bay Sands hotel.|
|Our first view of the famous "Super Trees" as we approached the gardens.|
|Marina Bay Sands seems to dwarf everything around it.|
|Baobab trees and wooden horses.|
|The other biodome is known as the Cloud Forest, and in here was a cool, misty mountain of vegetation and plant-matter.|
|You can go to the top of the tropical mountain for some great views.|
|By sunset, it was time to leave the biodomes and look for a place to eat.|
|We decided to have dinner at "Satay by the Bay," an area of outdoor restaurants selling satay sticks with rice.|
|Nightfall was here.|
|During the day, the trees absorb energy from the sun via solar panels on their surface, which is then used to create a light show at night, during which the trees change colour.|
|Leaving the grove behind.|
|One last look at Marina Bay Sands.|
While the Chinese Garden was a little dull in our opinion, we had a blast at the Botanic Gardens, and the Gardens by the Bay were probably the highlight of our time in Singapore. Seeing those Super Trees at night is an absolute must if you ever come here.
In the next blog post, we visit some final attractions in Singapore, including the world's largest aquarium, and the Arab Quarter.