Singapore’s Oldest Garden & First UNESCO Heritage Site
Singapore Botanic Gardens is a 158-year-old tropical garden located at the fringe of Singapore’s Orchard Road shopping district. Highlights include The National Orchid Garden, which boasts the world’s largest orchid display and the National flower of Singapore, with over 60,000 plants and orchids. Kids will have a blast at the Jacob Ballas Children’s garden where they can play and learn all about plant life. A host of restaurants and cafes are also available to satisfy thirsty and hungry visitors after a day out in the sun. And once you’re ready to step back into the concrete jungle, the Orchard Road shopping district is mere minutes away.
Prices – Admission to the park is free while admission fee to other featured gardens may apply.
Prices provided are subject to change. Kindly refer to the attraction’s website for updated pricing.
Hours – 5:00.a.m. to 12.m.n. daily, hours may varies with other featured gardens
- ISHS Symposium
- Heritage Tour
- Learning Forest Tour
- Monthly Guided Tour
- Shop & Dine
- Ethnobotany Garden
- Eco-garden & Eco-Lake
- Foliage Garden
- Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
- Trellis Garden
- National Orchid Garden
- Ginger Garden
- Rain Forest
- Healing Garden
- SBG Heritage Museum
- Library of Botany and Horticulture
How big is the Singapore Botanic Gardens?
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is 82-hectare, which is stretched vertically; the longest distance between the northern and southern ends is 2.5 km (1.6 mi).
Is the admission to Singapore Botanic Gardens free of charge?
Admission to the park is free while admission fee to other featured gardens may apply.
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