The Pinnacle@Duxton is a 50-storey residential development in Singapore’s city center. It is collectively the world’s tallest public residential building and features the two longest sky gardens ever built on skyscrapers, at 500m each.

The sky gardens are located at the 26th and 50th levels of the towers and offer stunning views of the city skyline. They are also home to a variety of amenities, including jogging tracks, playgrounds, rest and viewing areas, a food court, and a basketball court.

The sky gardens are open to residents of the Pinnacle@Duxton, as well as to the public for a small fee. They are a popular spot for both locals and tourists and offer a unique opportunity to experience the city from a bird’s eye view.

The sky gardens were designed by Thomas Heatherwick, a British architect who is known for his innovative and playful designs. They were inspired by the traditional Chinese courtyard garden. The development was built to LEED Gold standards, which means that it is environmentally friendly.

According to the Internet