Singapore Botanic Gardens
Visitors can wander the trails, see rare flora and fauna and learn about research and preservation efforts taking place inside the park. Three distinct zones within the grounds offer something for everyone – from the historic gardens of Tanglin, to the more tourist-oriented attractions of the Central Area and the education and discovery zones of Bukit Timah.
Inside the Botanic Gardens visitors can do as much or as little as they choose. The stunning landscapes, meandering paths and sculpture installations are perfect for a relaxed stroll around the park, while the interesting attractions offer plenty to stimulate the mind and body. One of the most notable attractions inside the park is the National Orchard Garden. Here, visitors can see the largest orchid display in the world with more than 60,000 of the stunning flowers in total. The nearby Singapore Botanic Garden Heritage Museum traces the 150-year history of the Botanic Gardens and shows the area’s development from colonial times through to its post-war years. Visitors can learn about its founding members, browse the incredible galleries and hear more about current research and development taking place inside the gardens. The park’s 6-hectare rainforest is another of Singapore Botanic Gardens impressive sights. One of only two of its kind in the world, visitors have a chance to see a rare tropical rainforest in the heart of an urban metropolis and learn more about how vital these ecosystems are for the environment and global climate efforts. Make the most of this incredible attraction with a hotel near the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Book your stay at Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore today.