By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Rising high above the urban jungle of Singapore, these man-made supertrees create a mesmeric light display against the dark night sky.
The towering structures, stretching 50 metres into the sky, are fitted with solar panels, hanging gardens and rainwater catches and display plants from across the globe.
They form the stunning centre piece of a massive £350million development in the city's Marina Bay area called Gardens By The Bay Park.
It, along with the dozens of lavish hotels, towering skyscrapers and rooftop infinity pools, has come to symbolise Singapore's ascent as one of the world's economic powerhouses.
And visitors to the park are treated to dazzling daily light display and music shows.
A vast green space, spread across 250 acres, was created in the area designed to become the 'botanical capital of the world'.
The park houses a cluster of green conservatories and will also become home to the Singapore Garden Festival.
Visitors can take in a panoramic view of the gardens via an aerial walkway, dubbed the OCBC Skyway.
The walkway, which links the artificial tree, which have giant steel and concrete trunks and thousands of thick wire rods for branches, is suspended 22 metres above the ground - about seven storeys high.
City leaders want to create a continuous ring of greenery, with three gardens wrapping around the Marina Bay area.