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Family Trip to Asia - Part 3

Monday, July 29, 2019



Hello blog friends.  

I am now onto Part 3 of our family trip to Asia.




Visiting Gardens By The Bay was one of the best highlights of my trip to Singapore.  

It is a huge nature park that spans 250 acres of reclaimed land in the Central region of Singapore.

Below are some of the photos I took of the gardens.  

We went to the gardens in the morning but the large futuristic looking trees light up at nighttime.





Below you can see Alice in Wonderland tucked under a large mushroom.





I thought the cows and chickens were the cutest tucked in the tulips and hyacinth flowers.




Look at the windmill and the cute red truck with the colorful dutch shoes surrounded by the tulip flowers.





There were so many plants and flowers to look at and wonderful waterfalls.






We planned to meet up that evening with a few of our friends for drinks and dinner at Como Dempsey.  The Dempsey Cookhouse and Bar.




We all met up at the bar and I enjoyed a cranberry and vodka drink with Japanese vodka.  That was a first for me drinking Japanese vodka and I enjoyed my drink!








We ordered many appetizers to share them among the six of us.


For my main meal I had Maori Lakes Lamb Chops.
  


I was so excited when we all decided we would share the four desserts!  Even though I was so full the desserts were so yummy tasting.



Stay tuned for more of our family trip to Asia.


Part 3 - Last day in Singapore.

If you missed Part 1, you can read about that HERE.

If you missed Part 2, you read about that HERE.





Click HERE to see the great parties I will be linking up to!


Julie

13 comments:

  1. My gosh! What fantastic gardens. I can only imagine how much better it was to be there in person with all the scents and sounds of the gardens. xo Diana

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  2. What a wonderful tour of the garden, Julie!! I love all the whimsy that you shared. I’ll bet the trees are awesome st night. The restaurant food looked fabulous. I love sharing appetizers and desserts, too.

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  3. The gardens are simply beautiful with lots of inspirations! It's wonderful that you are able to meet up with friends while visiting foreign places. They seem to add extra excitement to everything!

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  4. The architecture you've shared over the past few posts is really outstanding. I may have missed it, but how long did you spend in Asia? It seems like you did a lot!

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  5. Those gardens are amazing - I've never seen anything like them! The food looks delicious, especially those desserts - yum! Can't wait for the next post!

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  6. We strayed in Hotel Orchid in Singapore, near the China Town. From our hotel room window, the roof of old houses in China Town looked very lovely.

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  7. Hi Julie I am just catching up with your fabulous trip to Singapore. You guys travel to the best places. Thanks for sharing this fun trip with all of us. The architecture of the buildings is pretty awesome. Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  8. Thank you for sharing. The photos are amazing and looks like a really wonderful trip.

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  9. I bet the trees looked pretty lit up at night. I think a trip to Asia would be really nice.

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  10. That is one amazing garden!
    I too love tasting, trying foreign cuisine and I have rarely been disappointed. The food in your pictures looks delish!

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  11. That garden is amazing! I love that waterfall.

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  12. Julie, such an amazing trip. Love the wonderful photos. how special to visit Asia. Different cuisine and lovely gardens to enjoy. Thank you for sharing your fabulous trip on "Love Your Creativity." xo

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