If you’ve ever seen The Jetsons: The Movie, and you remember the scene where Judy goes on a date with Sky Rocker at this amazing futuristic mall, then you’ve basically already been to the Cloud Forest, so no need to spend the money.
And if you haven’t seen it, go watch it immediately. I’ll wait.
OK, so you should probablyyyy still go see the Cloud Forest, all I’m saying is, whoever designed the place has definitely seen that movie.
As soon as you walk in, you are hit by a wall of mist from the water cascading over off the waterfall, which is the tallest indoor waterfall in the world.
It falls from the top of a big, beautiful mountain that’s completely covered in flowers and plants, and as you walk around it, you climb a spiral ramp to the top of the glass dome, where there is a stunning view of the Gardens, and the rest of Singapore.
There are about a million different kinds of orchid, and it’s nice and cool and misty in there which is worth the cost of admission just to get out of the Singapore heat for awhile.
As you walk through there is lots of information about natural cloud forests, and the different plant and animal populations they support in nature.
It’s really an amazing place, even if you don’t know anything about architecture and design, which I really don’t, you can tell that it’s very unique.
Seeing the Cloud Forest is one of the big reasons I wanted to visit Singapore, and I was not disappointed.
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