World's Most Unique Garden: Gardens by the Bay | Megastructures | Free Documentary technology documentary 2021

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  1. Singapore 🇸🇬 5 million people in an area smaller than NYC (and lemme tell you, it's already pretty crowded there especially during the never ending rush hour that is New York)

    Gardens by the Bay is a mega structure unlike anything else. Three massive gardens – about the size of 177 football pitches – the soccer kind btw) is home to thousands of plants that were flown in, shipped in and transported in from all around the world. Two giant conservatories were constructed to protect millions of dollars' worth of trees, flowers and plants and manmade vertical gardens they've named supertrees that stretch as high as 50 meters into the sky.

    This is the country's most ambitious greening project and no has ever attempted a project on this scope before. Gardens by the Bay is an awe-inspiring marvel where cutting edge engineering meets the green designs of tomorrow.

    Some additional facts:

    1. The Gardens by the Bay is a urban nature park spanning 110 hectares (270 acres) within the Marina Bay district of the Central Region of Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden (in Marina South), Bay East Garden (in Marina East) and Bay Central Garden (in Downtown Core and Kallang).[2] The largest of the gardens is the Bay South Garden at 54 hectares (130 acres) designed by Grant Associates. Its Flower Dome is the largest glass greenhouse in the world

    2. Gardens by the Bay was part of the nation's plans to transform its "Garden City" to a "City in a Garden", with the aim of raising the quality of life by enhancing greenery and flora in the city.

    3. The conservatory complex at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, comprises two cooled conservatories – the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest, situated along the edge of Marina Reservoir. The conservatories, designed by WilkinsonEyre and Grant Associates, are intended to be an energy-efficient showcase of sustainable building technologies and to provide an all-weather edutainment space within the Gardens. Both are very large (around 1 hectare (2.5 acres)) and the Flower Dome is the world's largest columnless glasshouse

    4. The Flower Dome is the largest greenhouse in the world as listed in the 2015 Guinness Book of World Records at 1.2 hectares (3.0 acres) and replicates a cool-dry mediterranean climate. It features a changing display, the flower field, and eight other gardens, namely The Baobabs, Succulent Garden, Australian Garden, South African Garden, South American Garden, Olive Grove, California Garden and the Mediterranean Garden. These eight gardens exhibit exotic flowers and plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions from five different continents

    5. The Cloud Forest is higher but slightly smaller at 0.8 hectares (2.0 acres). It replicates the cool moist conditions found in tropical mountain regions between 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) and 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) above sea level, found in South-East Asia, Central- and South America.

    6. Supertrees are the 18 tree-like structures that dominate the Gardens' landscape with heights that range between 25 metres (82 ft) and 50 metres (160 ft). Here, visitors can also experience a message about the effects of climate change creatively conveyed through digital media.

    There are several other gardens to read about and visit, once you're there. It’s been a popular tourist attraction with 1.7 million visitors between June and October 2012, when it opened.

    Soon people soon, we'll be able to travel the world freely again. Until then, enjoy traveling there with our docs.
    Enjoy!

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  2. Even it's so amazing how it has been constructed in such complicated installation with all these hard-work engineers and onsite-workers, It still looks like a project a spoiled kid makes his dream comes true. Economically it's not efficient, the winner is the designers…Certainly not “green” and sustainable.

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  3. I have been to Singapore 3 times and 2 of those times I went through this garden. It no longer looks like this, it has grown a lot and the one on the left (from the water) is now like a rain forest and has a tall structure in the middle of it that you can clime the stairs and almost reach the very top of the building. They had to build this rock like structure so they could have a waterfall. It is very beautiful.

    If you ever have a layover in Singapore make sure to visit this place. Of course if you don't have a lot of time you can always visit the gardens at the airport itself. They had just opened the third phase of the exhibit last time i was there but I only had a few hours to go there and back. It was not enough time to see it all.I would suggest after this nasty virus is over and we get back to some kind of normal you make a trip to Singapore and spend 3 or 4 days going to these wonderful gardens and don't forget there are a lot more to see in Singapore. Maybe spend a week.

    Lol 😆

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  4. The Singapore of Today is the Outcome of the Wisdom and Strong Foundation laid by The Founding Fathers of Singapore lead by His Most Distinguished Excellency Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Lee had a Strong Incorruptible Team of Cabinet Ministers and Strong Incorruptible Top Civil Servants in his Government. Lee lead a Government that has Zero Tolerance for Corruption. No Cabinet Ministers and Civil Servants are Spared. There is No Mercy for The Corrupted. One Cabinet Minister under investigation committed suicide.
    The Success of Modern Singapore is attributed to the Leadership of His Most Distinguished Excellency Mr Lee Kwan Yew : The Founder of Modern Singapore. In 50 years (from 1965 – 2015) Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his Capable Team of Ministers and Top Civil Servants developed Singapore into a First World Nation.
    in 1978, Deng Xiao Ping (the de facto leader of the People's Republic of China at that time) sought the Advice of Lee Kwan Yew on National Economic Development. And this Invaluable Advice resulted in the China of Today.

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  5. Don't mind me, I'm just taking notes for my class..

    Andrew grant
    Paul baker
    Harald paetz engr
    Laminated glass
    200 shells
    Crash decks
    Liquid desiccant cooling system
    Co-generator system

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  6. This is incredible what they do in Singapore, one of my favorite countries in Asia. I would love to visit that country which I am told that it is beautiful and where the locals speak English. Singapore is number 1 in Asia in having a great economy, followed by Japan, just amazing. The government must be doing something right to be such a rich country. Thank you for sharing this wonderful video, I loved it ❤️❤️❤️👌👌👍👍👍🙌🙌🙌👏👏❤️

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  7. Nothing nice to see! It's all fake / artificial and man made! Man made gardens can be built everywhere, but true unique if it is natural!

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  8. Amazes me how these few people called politicians can get away with spending billions of their countries money while rouhly 8% of population live in poverty, i f you can believe the chinese govertment.

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