Luxury honeymoon holidays: Singapore home to 'green spaces'
Newlyweds planning to book luxury honeymoon holidays in Singapore will be able to see a range of beautiful green spaces during their trip.
That is according to Claire Wrathall, who expressed her surprise that there are an increasing number of parks and gardens in the country despite the fact the country is modernising at a rapid rate.
She wrote on the Telegraph website: "The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve remains home to 500 or so species of fauna, fabulous butterflies, pangolins and long-tailed macaques.
"You can see monkeys and monitor lizards on Pulau Ubin as well, perhaps the most atmospheric of all the excursions that Singapore has to offer."
The island's Botanic Gardens is another popular tourist attraction and it is to become even bigger next year following a 250-acre extension (,)which includes the installation of two modern glasshouses.
Ms Wrathall stayed at the newly-built Marina Bay Sands hotel which includes its own rooftop gardens, called SkyPark.