Most people don’t pay a visit to Singapore Botanic Gardens in the evening, however, from 4 December 2021 to 2 January 2022, you may be incentivised to do so to view Trees of the World 2021.
Trees of the World 2021 is a collaboration between Singapore Botanic Gardens and the community to raise funds for the Gardens.
Trees Of The World at Singapore Botanic Gardens
The trees along the pathway leading up the Bandstand are decorated with pretty lights. Around the Bandstand, there are more trees trimmed and lighted up, adding a wonderful charm to the area.
It brings a twinkling of magic at the well-loved park.
Each of the trees on display has been decorated by donors, beneficiaries or members of the public. There are trees decorated by NParks staff as well.
You will find baubles and other decorative ornaments on the trees, some paying tribute to a cause or an area of interest.
There is even a cute little wooden reindeer standing vigil next to one of the trees.
Close to the Bandstand, you will also find that the hedge around the Girl on Bicycle sculpture illuminated, casting a warm glow to the well-loved art work.
Besides the Bandstand, there are also trees lit up at the Bukit Timah Core, close to the Foliage Garden.
Christmas lights at Singapore Botanic Gardens
The Trees of the World 2021 light up takes place between 7 pm to 12 am daily. It is an ideal place to visit for those who wish to enjoy Christmas lights without having to be concerned about the crowds.
After the light up, the trees will be planted in nature reserves, parks and gardens across Singapore in support of NParks’ OneMillionTrees movement.