Eco-friendly travel has been a growing trend in the world of travel and hospitality in recent years. Singapore offers an exciting experience to travellers focused on saving the environment while travelling.
Being eco-friendly can also mean being artistic and creating attractions as well. In front of the Lattice Dome of the Bayfront Plaza is a 10-metre by 7-meter structure of a tiger. It was constructed with trash collected in Singapore by the world-famous Portuguese street artist, Bordalo II.
Spend a day at a farm
Would you ever imagine that Singapore has one last surviving farm? Spend a day surrounded by nature at Lorong Kampong Buangkok away from all the malls and 5 star hotels in Singapore to see a different side of this nation.
Visit Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Completely immerse yourself in nature and spend some time exploring Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. An experienced guide will take you through the park helping you spot various species of birds, monitor lizards and much more.
Sustainability in fish farming
Step out from your hotel room at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore and embark on a journey to learn about sustainability in Singapore’s very own fishing farms that contribute to about 10% of the country’s supply of seafood.