Just in time of our visit, Gardens by the Bay features the Indian Safari.  This theme ran from September 29th until November 3rd, 2014.

“Indian Safari” is the Indian Subcontinent leg of the “Gardens by the Bay Goes around the World” series of floral displays for 2014.

The Royal Bengal Tigers

Known as the largest carnivore is found only in the Indian subcontinent and can be found in most regions of the country. It represents strength with agility, speed, shrewdness and intelligence.

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Tigers

Flower Dome - Indian Safari

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Elephant

Indian Peacock

Full of grace, pride, mysticism and beauty, peacocks have long been a part of the mythological tales of India and a symbol of royalty and divinity.

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Peacock

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Peacock 2

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Peacock 3

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Peacock display

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Elephant display

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Glass display

The Pampus Grass

Also known as Cortaderia Selloana, the Pampus Grass is a flowering plant native to Southern South America. A tall grass, the leaves are long and slender, and are widely used in flower arrangements and other ornamental displays.

Flower Dome - Indian Safari Pampus Grass

Flower Dome - Indian Safari flowers

Flower Dome - Indian Safari 2

Gardens by the Bay | October 2014

All photos in this post were taken using iPhone 6 camera.

This was originally published last October 17th, 2014.  Additional set of information was added by the author. 

Sources:
 Wikipedia
 indiaonlinepages.com

xoxo berryduchess

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