SINGAPORE: Just seven weeks after its opening, Gardens by the Bay welcomed its one millionth visitor on Saturday.
The gardens have become a popular leisure spot for Singaporeans from all walks of life.
Some popular attractions are Dragonfly Lake, Heritage Gardens, the SuperTrees and Conservatories.
Thirty per cent of visitors so far have gone into the Conservatories, with Singaporeans making up three—quarters.
Thirty—three—year—old Valerie Sim, who was visiting the gardens with 11 other family members, is the one millionth visitor.
National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan presented the sales and marketing executive with an annual family pass, a gift hamper and his personal gift of an iPad.
"(The place) is really pretty and nice, and the weather is really good to enjoy the scenic view," said Ms Sim.
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