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Enchanted Spring at Sentosa Flowers 2012

The Sentosa Flowers 2012 is back with a big bang to welcome the Year of the Dragon 2012 with their theme of Enchanted Spring on Sentosa island. The Sentosa Flowers promise to dazzle and amaze you with many beautiful flowers galore, along with many Dragon sculptures to usher in the Year of the Dragon!

I was invited by Sentosa to a preview of the Sentosa Flowers, on Saturday 21st January 2012, thank you very much to Sentosa for their kind and warm hospitality! Sentosa Flowers 2012 starts from 22nd January 2012 to 29th January 2012 and this beautiful event promises great photography opportunities for flowers and nice for family gathering events too! There are many interesting flora and fauna on display at Sentosa Flowers – Enchanted Spring, let me take you through some of the highlights there, they are my favourite highlights of Sentosa Flowers 2012 !!

The Pink Floral Zodiac Dragon 

Located at the Merlion Plaza, you can’t miss this beautiful, cute, giant Pink Floral Zodiac Dragon, located in front of the Merlion, this is going to be a huge attraction for visitors, local and international, wanting to get a photograph of it!


This is definitely going to be another “hot” location at Sentosa Flowers, visitors would be queuing up to take a photograph of this exotic Dragon sculpture! You would be able to hold a big brush and “touch” the eye of the Dragon, when your brush gives it a touch, it would “come alive”.

Dance of the Dragon 

Located at Imbiah Lookout, you can’t miss this great piece of artwork/sand sculpture, a Dragon sand sculpture, surrounded by beautiful colourful flowers, dancing around them, ushering in the Year of the Dragon, bringing prosperity and good fortune to all!


My personal favourite at Sentosa Flowers 2012 !!! You must go there and find those cute dinosaurs!!! They are located at Dinoland, on the route up from Merlion Plaza to Imbiah Lookout!!!

There are more highlights too at Sentosa Flowers 2012, do check out the information here! Flowers galore too at Sentosa Flowers and do spot them along your tour of Sentosa Flowers Festival 2012!! There is a fun photography competition – Magic Moments, during Sentosa Flowers too, do check them out here!

For more information, check out Sentosa Flowers website for more details and information! Grab you cameras, visit Sentosa Flowers 2012 and have fun! Check out more photos here from my Flickr collection!

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Flowers Galore at Sentosa Flowers 2011 !

A beautiful sea of many different flowers, of different colours and varieties, spread around and displayed for the visitors to admire, it was flowers galore at the Sentosa Flowers 2011, known as Spring Wonderland. The flowers festival event held at Sentosa was back again and it was great to visit the flowers festival, with many opportunities for flowers/macro photography.

The Sentosa Flowers 2011 was a big hit with the locals and tourists, especially with the extra long Chinese Lunar New Year holiday weekend, stretching from Thursday to Sunday, thus many visitors to Sentosa during that long holiday period, for the fun, relaxation and to visit the Sentosa Flowers too!

I chose to visit the Sentosa Flowers on the 2nd last day, 12th February, the flowers were well maintained, blooming beautifully and surviving our harsh hot humid tropical climate. Starting from the Sentosa Boardwalk, the flowers were already in bloom, welcoming the visitors who were walking over to Sentosa. Once inside Sentosa, it was quite packed, nevertheless, still have room for flowers photography and it was a shutter happy time!

Many interesting flower landscapes, with the rabbit year theme, along with the other animal zodiac signs of the Chinese calendar at Resorts World Sentosa. Walking along, enjoying the fun, relaxation and taking photographs of the different flowers. Had a fun time there taking photographs, the different themes were great and I felt they were pretty well planned and structured with the Year of Rabbit theme and getting the visitors through with their proposed walking route to view and enjoy the flowers.

Hope you all enjoy the flowers and the Chinese Lunar New Year Celebrations ! Happy Year of the Rabbit !

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