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Situated in the Botanical Gardens, which are beautiful to visit and free. The Orchid Garden is the most outstanding collection of Orchids, displayed through winding pathways with fountains and water features complimenting their beauty, the structures and frames these plants are grown up and around...More
First of all, the price of the ticket is nominal, 5 SGD for an adult, and only 1 SGD for someone over 60. The garden is largely outdoor with numerous species exhibited in beautifully designed space. This is the place where there is abundant opportunity...More
This garden is a hidden gem at the National Botanical Gardens.
Amazing rare flowers are spotted there, in a beautiful landscape design. There is a small fee to access it, but it is worth each penny.
Once entered the National Botanical Gardens, there are direction...More
If you are an orchid lover it’s a must, if your over 60 they recognise seniors you can get in for 1 s dollar saving yourself 4 s dollars lucky for some , take the lovely walk amongst the beautiful, colours ,and some giant sized...More
Response from Julie072010 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there is a shuttle service within the park. You can access wheelchairs though, this option worked well for my elderly mother. I think the Tyersall Ave gate is the best entry point - last time I did this I took... More
I don't think there is a shuttle service within the park. You can access wheelchairs though, this option worked well for my elderly mother. I think the Tyersall Ave gate is the best entry point - last time I did this I took a taxi - it was very easy. There are 4 - 5 visitor centres throughtout the gardens. To find out more go to the Singapore Botanic Gardens official website or the National Singapore Parks government webiste both are very helpful.