Singapore botanic garden tour
Popular for jogging, family picnics, or simply just relaxing, Singapore botanical garden is an oasis enjoyed by the public and tourists alike. Major highlights of the Singapore Botanic Gardens include The National Orchid Garden, SBG Heritage Museum, and the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. National Orchid Garden sits in the centre of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and the world’s largest orchid display. This garden’s inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage list marks many firsts. This one happens to be the first Singapore site in the UNESCO list and also the first time an Asian botanical garden is identified and accepted. A tropical oasis in the middle of the city near Orchard Road, the Singapore Botanic Garden has been remodelled from a British experimental garden into a state-of-the-art research institution specializing in botany and conservation. A little further east is the Swan Lake, where in addition to plants, trees and palm trees you'll see beautiful swans brought here from Holland. From here you will go north on Dell Lane towards the Ginger Garden. On one acre of land you will get to see over 250 spices with amazing shapes, pretty leaves and blooming flowers. Continuing to the northeast, go through orchid square and head to the National. The 1-hectare Ginger Garden is Located next to the National Orchid Garden, with over 250 members of the Zingiberaceae family. The Learning Forest is garden's newest addition that guides visitors on a network of boardwalks and elevated walkways through different habitats, including marshy wetlands and rainforest canopies. Children will love experiencing the interactive Jacob Ballas Children's Garden, complete with water-play feature and forest adventure playground. Not only being a favourite recreation venue for jogging, dining or just lazing about, the grounds are also a leading centre for botanical and horticultural research. Book our complete Singapore botanic garden tour package now if you happen to be an avid nature lover.