In my opinion, these structures are best seen and photographed at night. During daylight hours they are far less interesting. Known as the Supertree Grove they are part of Gardens by the Bay and although man-made they are in fact vertical gardens. They perform many of the functions of real trees acting as environmental engines for the gardens. They can be found in the City of Singapore.
Congratulations to Christina (@MiddleSeatView), Fi (@fi_q), Günther and Ursula (@myVideoMedia), Atul (@pixodentist), Jackie (@jackiesjourneys), Tim (@timofnewbury) and Dave (@travelling_dave) who all identified the city correctly as Singapore.
This week features another skyline which has changed over recent years. However, one of the most famous buildings on the skyline still dominates and is the biggest clue to the identity of the city.
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