Fort Canning Park

Below are about a dozen photos from a stroll through Fort Canning Park from the National Museum of Singapore to Liang Court.

This big tree makes fluffy white stuff.
It grows spikes on its trunk.
The spikes also grow on the branches.
The park is quiet this sunny Sunday afternoon.
Behold the adventitious roots of what is probably some kind of fig tree.
What if Dorothy had followed the red brick road instead of the yellow one?
I have no idea what this is, but the leaves are interesting.
I’m fairly certain these are some kind of white flower.
These are, um, pink trumpet flowers. Or something.
Chua Boon Kee has made (among other things) attractive minimalist sculptures that represent Chinese characters in 3D.