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Singapore Botanic Gardens

Botanical Garden, Park, and Garden
Tanglin, Singapore
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  • Vanessa
    "Don't miss the National Orchid Gardens!"(6 Tips)
    Thant Z.
    "Very beautiful garden in the center of Singapore shopping district."(5 Tips)
    John
    "Beautiful walk through the rain forest"(4 Tips)
    Torzin S
    "lovely Swan Lake"(4 Tips)
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  • Elliot W.
    The Gardens are a great place to relax and go for a stroll or jog. Evolution garden, sundial garden, ginger garden, the lake - it's all good.
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  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANFebruary 29
    Did u know? Bamboos are giant grasses. Check out the Gardens' collection on the Cluny Road section, near the Eco-Lake
  • Leo C.
    Leo C.February 19
    What a gem in Singapore! Must check out the orchid garden ($5 admission totally worth it), the Fragrance garden and the Herbs & Spices garden. Avoid during wet weather.
  • Murat S.
    Murat SJanuary 25
    Huge and very well organized. Extremely humid, you'll sweat a lot!!! National orchid garden is spectacular.
  • Ben M.
    Ben MaysonJanuary 24
    Beautiful place for a walk and bring visitors. Great children's playground. Orchid garden. Interesting evolution garden.
  • Lieke D.
    Great place for a nice walk, get there early to avoid the heat. Entrance is free, except for orchid garden.
  • Elina L.
    Elina LiDecember 11, 2015
    Probably the best botanic garden. Very comfortable space to walk and feel the nature. Don't forget to take water and umbrella. Beware of rain. The evolution park is really impressive.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • LukaSH
    LukaSHOctober 26, 2015
    Huge, huge, huge. And wonderful! If you'll get lucky you can meet a dragon somewhere here. :)
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonAugust 31, 2015
    Spend a day exploring The Singapore Botanic Gardens. Founded in 1859, it was recently designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, making it the first and only tropical botanic garden on the list.
  • Kim P.
    Kim PhạmAugust 26, 2015
    Spend an afternoon here wandering through the greenery. Pay for the orchid garden, it's absolutely worth it!
  • Juliana 蔡.
    Juliana 蔡莹颖August 11, 2015
    Magical and very tranquil. Go on a weekday after 6pm where it's all quiet except for few hardcore joggers. Enjoy the crickets and silence :)
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANAugust 9, 2015
    There are 3 drop-offs (Botany Ctr, Visitor Ctr, Jacob Ballas) & 7 gates: Tanglin gate fr Holland Rd, Nassim gate fr Evans Rd, Bukit Timah gate fr MRT station & 4 gates along Tyersall Ave-Cluny Park Rd
  • Turkish Airlines
    Turkish AirlinesAugust 6, 2015
    Welcome to the Botanical Gardens! Witness paradise on earth as you walk along the most gorgeous tropical garden in Singapore.
  • Robert L.
    Robert LorreyJuly 30, 2015
    Skip it; so many other wonderful things to see and do in Singapore. The botanic gardens take way to long to get to on the metro
  • Ridzwan H.
    Ridzwan HaronJuly 28, 2015
    Great place for picnics and lazy Sundays. Can be crowded and hot. Hang out at the gazebos to escape the heat. Note: bring drinks and food!
  • Catarina P.
    Catarina PereiraJuly 23, 2015
    Such a stunning place. UNESCO heritage site, definitely worth a visit. Entrance is free, only the orchid gardens are subject to S$5 fee.
  • Tonia S.
    Tonia S.July 14, 2015
    Amazing place for nature-lovers. Can spend the whole day there. Be sure to bring plenty of water, there are so many corners to explore.
  • Natalya S.
    Natalya ShantyJuly 13, 2015
    The best place for walking dogs!There are always so many different breed of dogs and everyone is very friendly and fostered.Also,there are very nice restaurant and cafe, and the garden of orchid is 👍
  • Mag T.
    Mag TYJuly 12, 2015
    Beautiful place for an early morning sojourn - after 10am can be a bit hot. SG own world heritage site: http://accidentalsingaporetourist.blogspot.sg/2015/07/accidental-tourist-in-singapore.html?m=1
  • Kathleen S.
    Kathleen SullivanMarch 10, 2015
    Love love love these gardens. Very beautiful and exotic plants here - would highly recommend to anyone visiting Singapore.
  • MASAYOSHI H.
    MASAYOSHI HOSHIKAWAFebruary 14, 2015
    Too large not to walk around all over there in 1 day. I like ginger flowers n singapore national flower orchid. Most of all Botanic Gardens is free.
  • Connie .
    Connie 🍀February 9, 2015
    So much bigger and nicer than penang's botanical garden. A really good place for picnic 👫 and family occasions. 😊 Spent 2h+ and haven't finish exploring the garden yet.
  • Torzin S
    Torzin SDecember 25, 2014
    The best part of this garden is in the historic Tanglin core zone with colonial layout, orchid garden, authentic small rain forest, charming bandstand, lovely Swan Lake, a good place to relax.
  • Lorraine S.
    Lorraine SOctober 27, 2014
    Spend the extra $5 to go to the orchid gardens! Def worth it. Try to make it for one of the outdoor symphony concerts too!
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANOctober 8, 2014
    Garden sculptures. They add beauty to the garden. See if you spot Girl on a Swing, Swing Me Mama & Chang Kuda, amongst of the foliage -- some hidden right in front of u ;-)
  • Tyler L.
    Tyler LundOctober 5, 2014
    A huge botanical garden that seems to stretch on forever. It's very easy to get lost in here, so bring a map and tons of water. The shrill hum of the locusts just about made my ears bleed.
  • pin l.
    pin leeJuly 2, 2014
    Visit "Food Canopy" near visitor centre at cluny end. It has a green roof n hawker stalls of local food. Abt 5 min walk fr visitor centre where casa verde cafe is. Ask for directions at visitor centre
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANJanuary 19, 2014
    No wheels of any sorts allowed (cycling, skating/blading, scooter). They turn a blind eye when it's toddlers on a kiddy bike :-)
  • @justbeingarlyn
    @justbeingarlynDecember 5, 2013
    The big tembusu heritage tree - the tree where kids love to climb and hug and just to sit around, has been cordoned off. We just noticed it during our last trip on Sa
  • Prateek A.
    Prateek AgarwalOctober 3, 2013
    A must visit in Singapore. Full of greenery, lake, fishes, tortoise. It's got a beautiful view. Specially during evening hours.
  • Fredrik S.
    Fredrik StenbeckSeptember 23, 2013
    Perfect all day long. Morning and evening is perfect for running, the days for walks and picnics. Some good restaurants available as well. Sundays can be busy.
  • Karin T.
    Karin ThomasSeptember 17, 2013
    If you need to relax of want to go running: go here! Early morning you can see old people doing Tai Chi. And families do large picknicks here.
  • Social News Network
    Social News NetworkAugust 14, 2013
    Singapore Botanic Gardens, a sprawling nature park, is home to a collection of over 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids and a rainforest presenting the epitome of botanic beauty and diversity.
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen TANAugust 11, 2013
    Free volunteer-guided tours: On Saturdays 9am/10am/11am/4pm. On Healing Gdn, Rainforest, Orchid Gdn, Heritage, Science of Gdn. Various lang: English, Mandarin, Japanese. Chk sbg.org.sg for details
  • Cetin B.
    Cetin B.August 21, 2012
    it takes your whole day to visit. Advice you to visit especially orchid garden, hundreds kind of orchids inside.
  • Crescentrating Halal Friendly Travel
    The Singapore Botanic Gardens spans over 74 hectares and opens every day from 5:00 AM to 12:00 midnight. Click http://ow.ly/bw45L for more info!
  • DHR.com
    DHR.comOctober 17, 2011
    This one of the most peaceful and greenest gardens that Singapore has to offer. Located at 1 Cluny Road, this is the best place to take that early morning walk and even some tai-chi. Opens at 5 am.
  • Zoe
    ZoeOctober 16, 2011
    The exit to the Botanic Gardens MRT is at Bukit Timah Road, all the way at the other end of the park from the usual entrance at Holland Road. It's about 2.2 km from one to the other.
  • Louis Vuitton
    Louis VuittonOctober 4, 2011
    While here make sure to visit the National Orchids Garden. With hundreds of different varieties, its a green thumb's dream! Bring a blanket and stay for the concerts in Palm Valley.
  • Cui H.
    Cui HAugust 26, 2011
    There's a secluded bench on top of a hill near the orchid garden, which is perfect to spend time with someone special during the evening hours. Happy hunting!
  • Mary Lou J.
    Mary Lou JepsenMay 11, 2011
    order your taxi 60 minutes before leaving or you will be in a long line. an alternative: have dinner in on of the good restaurants inside the gardens, or take the free on-off tourist bus to another p
  • Mary Lou J.
    Mary Lou JepsenMay 11, 2011
    order a taxi early before you depart. taxi line on a sunday evening can be over an hour. Instead you take the tourist bus for free out and get a taxi perhaps after dining in a fav restaurant or cafe
  • Ray
    RayMay 8, 2011
    Take the kids for brunch at Casa Verde (if you're lucky to get a table) and feed the fish and turtles at the lake
  • lolcorporation SG
    lolcorporation SGApril 8, 2011
    Do bring water and comfortable shoe wear, because most of the travel routing in Singapore Botanic Gardens are by walking.
  • inSing.com
    inSing.comApril 6, 2011
    The Sunday champagne brunch at Au Jardin by Les Amis serves great eats such as marinated octopus salad, salmon gravlax and fresh crayfish. Try it out if you have $150 to spare. Read more
  • Bilge C.
    Bilge CuhadarMay 26, 2010
    Beautiful, especially the orchid garden. Makes me laugh to see that there are designated spots to take pictures. Singapore government is always in charge!
  • eileen l.
    eileen leeApril 18, 2010
    perfect even for a late morn jog, as most parts are well shaded. start from visitor's centre in a clockwise direction toward the famous front gates - each round is 2km. go as many times as u require.
  • Lee G.
    Lee GibsonApril 7, 2010
    Every Wednesday, 8:45am, join the expat cancer support group for their weekly walk around the gardens with a Chinese aerobics/tai chi break in the middle.
  • Denise H.
    Denise HumMarch 23, 2010
    i went for a picnic a few times with my dear at this location, great romantic and peaceful. Bring a mat, and food,as well as choose a location that doesn't have ants, or other insects. Read more
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