Singapore Botanic Garden

The Singapore Botanic Garden
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The Singapore Botanic Garden has thousands of plant species which include many rare specimens around the world.  It is a garden within a busy city and a hiding place from the hectic hustle of the city life.   The Singapore Botanic Garden combines the primary forest with its collection of botanical and horticultural plants.  It is “MUST” visit if you are like flowers and plants.   It also a good place for a family pinic and a getway from the city life. Evolution Garden is the newest attraction to the Singapore Botanic Garden which occupy 1.5 hectares.  You could learn from the Evolution Garden how plants support the eco-systems, how long have arrived amd how they evolve into the various shapes and forms that we see today.   It can be an educational journey for the whole family – old or young.

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Other attractions such as the Eco-Lake and the Symphony Lakes will make the children happy as they are alive with fishes, swans, turtles and other creatures.  Occasionally, outdoor concerts are also held near the Symphony Lake.

sbg turtle  Take a slow scroll and you will discover many little creatures such as the turtle, fishes and different species of insects.
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There are also the Herbaruium and Library that are open for botanical and horticultural enquiries.  They also conduct Gardening courses, education tours and workshops for the public at a charge.

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Suggested Visits
A quick scroll around the park takes around 1-2 hours.  If you are taking a leisure scroll and loves botanic, then suggests to have a longer stay of at least half a day.

The best time to visit is early morning and late evening when the sun is not so hot.

Opening Hours

5am to 12 midnight

Admission

Free

Location

1 Cluny Road
Singapore 259569

Eatery

There are cafes and fine dinning resturants as well as a foodcourt in the Park itself.

Contact

Tel: (+65) 6471-7361
Fax: (+65) 6473-7983

Getting There

By Bus

Two places you could alight depends on which bus services you take.  Ask the driver where to alight when aboard.

a.  Napier Road – Bus Stop B03
Bus services 7, 75, 77, 105, 106, 123, 174, 502, 174M

b. Bukit Timah Road – Sus Stop B21
Bus services 66, 67, 151, 153, 154, 170, 171, 186

By Car

Park at the following places:
a. Visitor Center (Cluny Road)
b. Tyersall Avenue
c. Minden Road
d. Bukit Timah Carpark (Cluny Road)

Toilets

Severals location within the park.

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