Singapore Botanic Gardens

February 25, 2012 Ivan Teh - RunningMan 0 Comments

Singapore Botanic Gardens
1 Cluny Road

http://www.sbg.org.sg/


Opening Hours:
Daily 5am - 12am


Admission Fees (In SGD $):
Free


Estimated Visiting Duration:
2 - 12 Hours


List Of Star Attractions (Must See):
Swan Lake & Gazebo
Bandstand
Swiss Granite Ball Fountain
Sundial Garden
Vanda Miss Joaquim
Palm Valley
Symphony Lake
Eco-Lake
Bamboos & Reflexology Path
Trellis Garden


List Of Main Attractions (Good To See):
Tanglin Gate
Curtain Of Roots
14 Heritage Trees
10 Sculptures (Swing Me Mama, Flight Of Swans, Joy, Chang Kuda, Lady On A Hammock, Girl On A Swing, Girl On A Bicycle, Passing Of Knowledge, Chopin, Conversation From Nature)
Sun Garden
Bonsai
Ginger Garden
Orchid Plaza
Visitor Centre & Water Cascade Garden & Palm Court
Singapore Botanic Gardens Exterior & Surroundings


List Of Other Attractions (For A Complete Experience):
Botany Centre
Frangipani
Plant House
Fernery
Rainforest
E.J.H. Corner House
Marsh Garden
Evolution Garden
Healing Garden
Bougainvillea
Herbs & Spices
Medicinal Plants
Fruit Trees
Nuts & Beverage Crops
Jacob Ballas Children's Garden



Tranquil And Scenic Gardens


(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 8
Visited: Jan-2012


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The Singapore Botanic Gardens is both an attraction as well as a conservation and heritage center for the majority of plant-life in Singapore. The National Parks headquarters is suitated here.

There are multiple areas of interest in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, including 3 Lakes (Swan Lake, Symphony Lake, And Eco Lake), various Sculptures, and open Fields which are great for picnics or playing, like Palm Valley.

Plants are grown in various themes around the Singapore Botanic Gardens. These include the Marsh Garden, Ginger Garden, Sun Garden, Bonsai Garden, Plant House, Evolution Garden, Healing Garden, Spice Garden, Bamboo Relexology Path, Fruit Tree Garden and Trellis Garden.

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is also 1 of only 2 places in the world which has a Rainforest within the city limits.

There are various cafes and restaurants within the Botanic Gardens, such as Food For Thought, Casa Verde, The Garden Refreshment Kiosk, The Dunearn, Kidz Cafe, Halia and Au Jardin.

If you're planning a visit, do allocate between 2 - 12 hours, bring lots of water, and a good pair of walking shoes.


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