U R B A N LA N D S C A P E A N D C O N T E M P ORAR Y V I S IO N S O F N AT U R E : G ARD E N S B Y T H E B A Y I N S I N G A P OR E – TAASA Review September 2013

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Geoffrey Douglas D uring the late 20th and early 21st centuries many Southeast Asian cities have developed large urban centres with towering buildings, urban spaces, parks and gardens.

These impressive cities are often comparable to, or exceed established western cities in terms of size, scale and wow factor.

A bustling urban centre of glass and steel says to the world "we’ve made it", like nothing else...