Singapore Botanic Gardens: UNESCO World Heritage Site

We’re so delighted to hear that Singapore Botanic Gardens is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sharing some of the photos that we took at the famous Tembusu heritage tree in 2012 before the tree was fenced in December 2013 to alleviate soil compaction and minimise damage to the roots from heavy human traffic. Wish we could still take our family photos on the tree but the health of a more than 200-year-old tree is more important! Congratulations to Singapore Botanic Gardens! So proud to have a UNESCO World Heritage Site to call our own.

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