The Water Lily Garden features water lilies in a natural aquatic garden environment. Inspired by the undulating shape of the water lily leaf, the meandering tiled walkway resembles radiating ripples on water after a pebble has been tossed into a pond.
The garden shelters are designed in the shape of the water lily leaf. Plants featured in the garden have adapted to freshwater aquatic environment where they grow as water margin, submerged or as floating plants. These plants include the Amazon Water Lily – one of the largest aquatic plant in the world, the Sacred Lotus and Screw pine which, is of cultural, health, and economic importance in the Pacific region, second only to the Coconut.
Departure Hall, Level 2, Transit Hall