The Secret Garden

South East Asia’s largest rooftop garden, this garden in the sky houses 500 species of carefully nurtured, rare and temperate plants, herbs, fruits and vegetables on a 30,000 sq ft green roof. Planted with biochar soil for carbon sequestration, the vast amount of carbon stored at The Secret Garden is sufficient to replace an entire rainforest of equivalent area. The garden also absorbs large amounts of carbon dioxide through photosynthesis, providing fresher air to the surrounding areas and employs rainwater harvesting to keep greenery looking lush.