Celebrating Singapore’s 50th Anniversary Audemars Piguet And Gardens By The Bay Present Giant Flower Clock

Audemars Piguet and Gardens by the Bay present the giant flower clock, combining superb timing and floral gardening to celebrate Singapore’s 50th anniversary. Singapore’s Minister of National Development Xu Wenyuan, CEO of Gardens by the Bay, Dr. Kiat W. Tan, and Mr. Oliviero Bottinelli, member of the board of directors of Audemars Piguet, attended the flower bell presentation ceremony.
   The flower bell is located at the intersection of the Cooling Greenhouse and the Optimum Grove. It is 7 meters wide and stands out in the Gardens by the Bay. The flower clock is inspired by the iconic features of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak series, and incorporates traditional and modern horticultural elements. With tropical endemic vegetation and flowers, the flower species are changed regularly for public viewing.
   Dr. Kiat W. Tan, CEO of Gardens by the Bay, said: ‘On this occasion of the 50th anniversary of Singapore’s independence, thank you Audemars Piguet for its wonderful flower clock. For those of us who have been fortunate to have witnessed the Singapore flower clock in the past, The meaning is even more special. Now, while celebrating the independence of the country, we can relive memories and create new history in Gardens by the Bay. ‘
   Mr. Oliviero Bottinelli, board member of Audemars Piguet, said: ‘We are always looking for a meaningful way to involve Audemars Piguet in Singapore. Audemars Piguet is pleased to fulfill its solemn commitment to global forests and environmental protection Along with Gardens by the Bay, a gift to Singapore’s 50th anniversary. ‘