#cloudforest@tallest indoor waterfall in the world#flower dome#gardens by the bay
Cloud Forest presents a mysterious and misty world. There are mainly tropical plants 2,000 meters above sea level on display. A 35-meter-high waterfall is covered with green vegetation with amazing momentum. Shuttling among them is more like entering a fairyland. Walking on the high hanging walkway, you can see all the beautiful scenery around you. Root sculptures inserted in plants are also very unique, but also see the use of Lego toys assembled into fly traps. Both adults and children will enjoy the time inside.
Catching up with the rainy day, here is super cold, the landscape is also OK, a variety of plants, colorful, suitable for careful viewing. Artificial landscape waterfalls are not atmospheric enough, especially when viewed from the platform above, the water flow is pitiful.
After going to the flower vault of the Binhai Bay Garden, we have to go to the neighbouring cloud forest. As soon as you enter the door, you can see this 35-meter-high green cloud mountain. This is the highest indoor waterfall in the world. There are ferns, orchids, begonias, pitcher grass and other plants on the artificial mountain. This independent shell glass house is unsupported, and there are no pillars in the building to obstruct the view. Take a picture of Meimeida near the exit to see the mini-Huji Flower Company that needs a magnifying glass. I look forward to my next visit.
Highly recommend to see the both Gardens. Amazing view!!! It doesn't take a lot of time to walk by and see everything
Once in, huge waterfalls come in, with super-strong air-conditioning. The water flow of the waterfall is not big, 35 meters high, exotic flowers and plants, colorful, very beautiful. Take the elevator straight up to the 6th floor, then go up the stairs to the 7th floor, of course, there are also elevators. There are seven floors altogether. Then walk down the path from above. There are many plants. The theme of the 7th floor is the lost world, planting some rare plants. Come again next time.