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Sunflower Garden In Terminal 2 Of Singapore Changi Airport
Singapore

This is the sunflower garden located inside terminal 2 of Changi airport in Singapore.  This garden is just one of the many attractions including, an orchid garden, a swimming pool, video game area, movie area, and much more that you can find while waiting for a flight at Changi in Singapore.

Copyright: Erik bjers
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Uploaded: 04/01/2014
Updated: 09/01/2014
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Tags: sunflower; sun; clouds; flowers; garden; airport; airplane; outdoors; nature; travel; singapore
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