The Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of the main attractions in Singapore and houses the biggest Orchid display in the world. Here, you can unwind amidst the natural surroundings and if you’re lucky, spot the swans in its natural habitat or squirrels dashing right past you!
The Singapore Botanic Gardens was established by a horticultural society on a piece of abandoned land in 1859. It was handed over to be managed by the government in 1875 and since then it has evolved to include research, education, conservation as well as recreation.
There are many attractions at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. You can visit the largest display of Orchids in the world (over 60,000 varieties) at the National Orchid Garden ($5 per entry)
Enjoy performances at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage (only on selected dates)
Visit the Swan Lake
Or just simply relax at the gazebo and watch as others enjoy the greenery…
How to get to the Singapore Botanic Gardens & Opening Hours
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is open from 5am to 12am daily.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens is located along Holland road and Cluny Road. You can reach there by buses 7, 75, 77, 105, 106, 123 and 174.
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There are indeed so many things to do in Singapore and the Singapore Botanic Gardens is definitely one of the must visit attractions in Singapore!