Running out of holiday ideas?
Explore the different waterfalls in Singapore with The Merlion Post! 😊
Located in NTU, it’s slightly far for most. But the beautiful view of the garden is worth the trip.
The Chinese theme garden would make you feel like you have been transported to the past, just like Zhang Xiao (Ruo Xi) from the famous Chinese drama, Scarlet Heart.
Maybe you would be able to find your fourth prince at Yunnan gardens too. 😍
📍12 Nanyang Drive, NTU, S637721
Jewel Changi is the home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, HSBC Rain Vortex.
The spectacular 40 meters tall waterfall has attracted numerous visitors from all around the world ever since it was opened in 2019.
Now that the border is closed, it’s the best chance for us to head over and enjoy the gorgeous scenery since it’s going to be less crowded.
Do not miss this chance if you wish to avoid unintentional photobombers.😁
📍78 Airport Blvd., Singapore Changi Airport, S819666
As soon as you enter the cloud forest, you would be greeted by the cloud mountain waterfall.
The mist from the waterfall and the low temperature in the cloud forest would give you an illusion of being in a mountain.
Living in Singapore, the cooling contemporary greenhouse is perfect for you to battle the heat. 🌞
📍18 Marina Gardens Dr, Gardens by the Bay S018953
Waterfall Aviary @ Jurong Bird Park
Not only there are birds, but there’s also a 13 stories manmade waterfall at Bird Park.
It’s located in the zone, Waterfall Aviary, the second-largest walk-in aviary in the world where over 600 birds fly free in.
There are currently 500 bird species living at Jurong Bird Park, and it is home to Vulture, Pelicans, Ostrich, and many more birds.
You would be able to use your Singapore rediscover voucher at the Jurong Bird Park, so make use of them and spend a fun day with the birds! 🐦
📍2 Jurong Hill, S628925
Yes. This waterfall is located right in Singapore!
Comparing to the other waterfalls, this waterfall is considered to be small in size.
However, you would be able to go behind the waterfall and pose for pictures, which you would not be able to do so for the other waterfalls!
Head to the Ginger Garden to take pictures for your Instagram now! 📷
📍1 Cluny Rd, Singapore Botanic Gardens, S259569