Level up your Instagram this weekend with Singapore’s very own ‘Sakura’ Trumpet Trees

Planted along roadsides and parks

Trumpet Trees along Central Expressway, near Moulmein Flyover (Photo: Andrew Tau)

In case you haven’t noticed, a certain breed of trees in Singapore is in full bloom this month, littering the streets and pavements with beautiful pink and magenta petals.

These are Trumpet Trees also known as Tabebuia Rosea with flowers that are trumpet-shaped. They are planted almost everywhere in Singapore, providing shades and spectacular show of pink blossoms when their flowers fall to the ground.

Totally Instagrammable.

Got nothing planned out this weekend? Roam the streets and parks and find these beautiful blossoms for a photoshoot. Here are some places you can find these Trumpet Trees:

  • Moulmein Flyover along Central Expressway (CTE)
  • Singapore River
  • Robertson Quay
  • Hougang Street 22
  • Zion Road
  • Nicoll Highway
  • Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) near Hong Leong Gardens
  • Pandan Flyover along AYE
  • Lorong Chuan
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Here are some of the photos captured by photographers and enthusiasts in Singapore.

Trumpet Trees along the Singapore River (Photo: Tee Swee Ping)

Trumpet Trees along Central Expressway near Moulmein Flyover (Photo: Andrew Tau)

Trumpet Trees at Nicoll Highway (Photo: Tan Chin Peng)

Flowers of the Trumpet Trees at Lorong Chuan (Photo: Nur Fajrah Binte Abdul Hamed)

Trumpet Trees along Zion Road (Photo: Lee Jia Hwa)

Trumpet Trees at Hougang Street 22 (Photo: Ling Kin Joo)

Flowers of the Trumpet Trees at Robertson Quay (Photo: Lee Jia Hwa)

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