In July last year, Singapore’s iconic Botanic Gardens were inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bonn, the first and only tropical Botanic garden on the UNESCO list. With over 150 years of history, the 82-hectare property holds both a unique and a significant place in Singapore’s history and is the origin for many of the different species of plants seen around the ‘Garden City.’ Here the beauty of the gardens is captured in black and white.

Photo Essay

Images courtesy of NParks

Photo Essay

Images courtesy of NParks

Photo Essay

Images courtesy of NParks

Photo Essay

Images courtesy of NParks

Photo Essay

Images courtesy of NParks

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