Singapore Botanic Gardens – Walking Tour

Take a walking tour to Singapore Botanic Gardens alongside us.

Singapore Botanic Gardens with more than 150 years of history spreads over 82 - hectare space area. Gardens has more than 10,000 species of flora.
Singapore Botanic gardens is the first and only tropical botanic garden on UNESCO's World Heritage list.

This lush green sanctuary is located at the heart of the city just a few minutes away from bustling Orchard road. The garden has four entrances, Tanglin entrance, Tyersall Gallop entrance, Nassim entrance and Bukit Timah entrance.
National Orchid garden is at the central core of the Singapore Botanic gardens. Walk through to see over 1000 species of orchids on display. VIP orchid garden at the back of Burkill hall ,displays hybrids of orchids named after the dignitaries and celebrities visiting the garden. Located next to orchid garden is the ginger garden.
The Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage on Symphony lake has free concerts on weekends. A statue of the Polish composer Frederic Chopin at the south of Symphony lake.
Bukit Timah entrance gate leads to Jacob Ballas Children's garden. The National Parks Board claims it is Asia's first children's garden.
There is no admission fee, except for the national orchid garden. Open daily from 5 a.m. to 12 midnight.

A must visit for nature lovers.

"To walk into nature is to witness a thousand miracles." - Mary Davis Ko's Travel video.

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