SINGAPORE - They may look like bunches of flowers, but these are no ordinary bouquets.
The giant glass installations at Changi Airport are part of a new interactive multi-sensory garden that aims to give travellers a taste of nature.
Each contains more than 300 freshly cut flowers. And visitors walking through the mini-oasis in Terminal 2 will step on sensors that trigger sounds of the wild.
Named The Enchanted Garden, it features about 50 species of ferns and flowers, as well as a large koi pond.
It is open only to passengers taking a flight from the airport and those in transit.
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