Attractions at Singapore Botanic Gardens

Inside the park itself there are dozens of interesting attractions to admire and enjoy, with many visitors coming to Singapore Botanic Gardens simply to wander the paths and admire the landscapes and sculpture installations around the park.

The park’s most notable attraction is the National Orchard Garden. This delightful garden is the largest orchid display in the world, boasting some 60,000 plants and orchids, more than 1,000 different species and another 2,000 hybrid orchids on display.

Inside the SBG Heritage Museum, visitors can trace the 150 year history of the Botanic Garden and its impact on Singapore throughout the years. Visitors can learn about the garden’s development from colonial times through the post-war years, including its founding members and directors, research and developments and incredible galleries illustrating aspects of the park.

The small six-hectare rainforest is one of only two cities in the world that has a tropical rainforest within its city limits; visitors can explore this exotic landscape, see the unique flora and fauna and learn more about how rainforests can impact climate on a global scale.

Getting there

Just minutes from the bustling shops and restaurants on Orchard Road, the Singapore Botanic Gardens are easy to visit from the centre of Singapore. Guests at Pan Pacific Orchard are well placed to take advantage of all the different attractions in the city, with the Singapore Botanic Gardens located less than a 20 minutes’ drive from the hotel.

With lavish rooms, excellent amenities and a central location, Pan Pacific Orchard stands out amongst other hotels near Singapore Botanic Gardens. Book your stay today.