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Tulips Planting with Miffy at Gardens by the Bay


Tulipmania returns to Gardens by the Bay and special KLM guest Miffy was in the Gardens yesterday to plant the tulips that she’ve brought over from the Netherlands!


Singapore’s largest popular tulip display – Tulipmania – is back at the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay from 14 April to 4 May 2014. This year, Gardens by the Bay will bring in some 50,000 tulip bulbs of many varieties and colors directly from the Netherlands and to join in this floral celebration, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flew Miffy – a well-loved children’s book character in to Singapore together with the tulips!

Isn’t she CUTE!!!


The kids love her SO much~~~




and the adults as well~~~



The volunteers from KLM and the Garden Angels (Bloggers of Gardens by the Bay) was there to help with the planting of tulips as well. I’m sure it was a fun experience for both the kids and the adults ;)





Miffy supervising the kids, giving them instructions on planting the tulips. HAHAHAHA~


A group pic of the KLM volunteers with Miffy :)


and we managed to take a group seflies with Miffy too :P


Tulipmania is proudly presented by Gardens by the Bay from 14 April to 4 May 2014 at the Flower Dome. Tickets on sale now!
Visit for more information!

Woohoo~ i can’t wait to see the tulips BLOOM! :D

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