Finally found some time to explore this “new” extension of Sungei Buloh.
Looks like a long walk ahead…
… and actually quite boring walk. At this point, i didn’t notice the ”restricted access” to my disappointment later.
Many birds along the way but mostly on top of trees that I can see but out of reach of my lens except this massively cropped shot.
Not much luck with fauna but did chance upon some nice flora.
Finally I reach the clearing.
Let’s see what I can see up there.
Nice view but nothing much. Going back down to explore further.
Then I found I can’t proceed further.
I went back to look at the map.
Noted, I didn’t read the fine print…. next time better open my eyes bigger.
The first thing that greets a new visitor on a typical weekend… is the crowd.
This new playground is famous for its slides…
…as well as other fun stuff.
The only issue I observe is a design oversight that led to the need to station (temporary I think) workers to man a few parts of the playground for safety.
These workers have to get those that slide out to move immediately out of the way of those coming down, some really fast because of the height of the slide.
Great harvest in the Flower Dome.
Yearly must-go event at the Gardens by the Bay… technically there are much more individual lanterns than last year (if you count all the individual dragonflies and ants) but somehow, I felt last year was better.
Nice carnival I happen to come across and have the opportunity to visit some nice yachts.
Trips to the Zoo get less tiring. The little ones can carry their bags and can walk on their own. I can focus on photography if I wanted to. Nice to note that the Zoo does refresh its exhibits once in a while 🙂
Monitor lizard versus Komodo dragon.
What a nice way to introduce a new terminal.
A key feature of this new terminal and following the trend everywhere, is automation.
Otherwise, its just another nice terminal in Changi Airport. Currently it is accessible via shuttle busses and not linked to the other terminals by sky train.