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by: The Beat Asia
November 12, 2022
More than just a tourist attraction, Gardens by the Bay is a symbol of hope and strength for many Singaporeans. Last Nov. 9, the park celebrated its 10th year with immersive art exhibitions curated by the country’s top-rated artists.
On display is an exhibit called “Perpetual Blooms,” an intricate collection of stainless-steel sculptures curated by award-winning sculptor Han Sai Por. There’s also “Seasons of Bloom,” a flower exhibition depicting the various seasons of flora in the Lion City.
"Over the years, I have witnessed how the Gardens has enabled Singaporeans from all walks of life. I am confident that GB will continue to be an attractive horticultural and leisure attraction for Singaporeans for many years to come," President Halimah Yacob said in a Facebook post.
Home to more than 1.5 million plants, Gardens by the Bay is a unique sanctuary aimed at boosting Singapore’s tourism.
Since its inception in 2012, the attraction became one of the most frequented spots in the Lion City.
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