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By: joyceho on 28 Feb 2013
Spring is an enchanting season – flowers bloom in all colours of the rainbow as the weather turns pleasant from the harshness of winter, or the monsoon season, in this case. Celebrate the arrival of spring when you step into a kaleidoscopic world of nature at Sentosa Flowers! This annual flower festival brings to you some of the most unique flowers of spring for the eighth time to usher in the Lunar New Year.

Held from 9-17 February this year, which coincides with Chinese New Year, the Sentosa Flowers event transforms the resort island into a dazzling floral paradise. Discover rare and exotic species of flowers from around the world presented in a series of spectacularly designed displays, which are lit up at night to stunning effect.

Sentosa Flowers is free for all visitors to Sentosa, though you'll have to pay for entry to get into Sentosa itself. Capture treasured memories as you explore the picturesque wonderland. Besides the flower displays, you can also look forward to other exciting cultural events often themed on the Zodiac animal of the year.
 

(Photo Credit: SkyAngel1991)

This year, the event is hosted at Palawan Beach. You can make your way there by personal transport, cable car or Sentosa Express and alight at Palawan Beach Station to begin your adventure! If you wish to see the flowers on the mainland itself, you can also take a walk along the boardwalk near VivoCity bridging Sentosa to the mainland. It will be lined with floral displays to give a glimpse of what lies in store for you. 

If you are a nature lover, an avid photographer, or just looking for an escape from the hubbub of urban Singapore, Sentosa Flowers offers you the perfect opportunity to capture nature in its full glory and spring time at its best.

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  • Try to catch the flowers on the first week the event starts. After a few days, some of the flowers will wither under unforgiving sun. You might also get the catch the flowers a few days before the event officially starts as Sentosa usually gets ready a few days in advance.
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