Over 160 years old, the Botanic Gardens is home to 120,000 plant species that are both native to Singapore and the region. In 2015, the Singapore Botanic Gardens received inscription as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a first for Singapore.
Its sprawling grounds and lush greenery inspired this artwork, which exudes peacefulness, tranquility and renewal. Can you spot the Symphony Lake, bamboos, and colourful orchid accents surrounded by the rainforest habitat and tropical gardens?
About the ‘One Degree North’ collection
At only 728km², Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world. What we don’t have in land area, we more than make up for it through conservation of our heritage, preservation of natural landscapes and enhancement through the built environment. The ‘One Degree North’ collection is inspired by memorable landmarks around Singapore, each telling a story about the area/landmark and also its significance to Singapore. Decipher where the coordinates on each artwork refers to, and you will know the painting title.
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Overall Dimension: 9.5 x 9.5 cm
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