What catches your eye when you set foot in Singapore is the country's greenery. Wherever you turn, you are greeted by the sight of lush green plants and trees. Carpets of grass, immaculately cut, stretch out on most roadsides. But in recent weeks, green has given way to brown as the country endures one of the longest dry spells in its history. Roadside plants and trees are wilting and dying. All eyes are on the heavens, waiting for it to open up.
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