20 Gardens in Singapore That’ll Simply Leave You Awestruck!
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Singapore Gardens

Gardens in Singapore provide a delightful blend of natural beauty and serenity for visitors of all ages. These gardens are not just places to admire plants and flowers but are also vibrant hubs of recreation and leisure. Thrillophilia includes visits to these iconic gardens that allow you to witness the unique flora of the city, like butterfly pea and orchids.

One of the most famous gardens in the country is Gardens By The Bay, which spreads over 101 hectares along the waterfront. It has the stunning SuperTree Grove, where you can admire the tall tree-like structures covered in rich vegetation. You can also see a diverse range of plant species from around the world in the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest Conservatories through Singapore tour packages. Another must-visit garden in Singapore is the Singapore Botanic Gardens. You can explore its greenery and serene lakes in its themed Jacob Ballas Children's Garden.

If you are looking for a mix of adventure and exploration, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve offers a unique experience. It is a great place to hike through tropical forests, bike along scenic trails, or even join guided nature walks to learn more about the ecology of the reserve. Whether you are a nature lover or a family looking for outdoor fun, Singapore Gardens can provide a visual and soulful retreat for everyone.

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Gardens By The Bay

Gardens by the Bay is one of the most stunning gardens in Singapore. It covers a vast area of 101 hectares with three gardens along the riverfront. The Flower Dome in the Garden by the Bay is the largest greenhouse in the world, which displays flowers from all over the globe. Another wonderful attraction inside this garden is the Cloud Forest, which is a manmade tropical jungle housed in a giant dome. The Supertree Grove section of the garden is home to 18 huge tree-like structures.

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953.
Timings: 5 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a tropical garden that has been around for 156 years. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to many plant species and nurseries. There are lovely gazebos in the garden where you can enjoy a picnic as well. It has over 10,000 floral species spread across 85 hectares. It is divided into six main areas- Bonsai Garden, Swan Lake, Keppel Discovery Wetland, National Orchid Garden, and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. You can enjoy guided tours and nature programs here every Saturday.

Location: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569
Timings: 5 a.m. to 12 a.m.

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East Coast Park

With a motto of “Recreation for All”, East Coast Park is a favourite spot among families in Singapore. It is one of those Singapore gardens that allows you to start your day with a picnic under the shady trees or have fun in the pool area. Covering a vast area of 185 hectares along a scenic coastline, the park welcomes over 7 million visitors yearly. There are plenty of sports and activities to try here, like volleyball, skating, and cycling. You can enjoy a barbecue feast or dine at one of the cafes in the park.

Location: E Coast Park Service Road, Singapore
Timings: Open 24 hours

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National Orchid Garden

The National Orchid Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in Singapore Botanic Gardens. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has more than 2,000 varieties of orchids spread across 8 acres. It displays colourful flowers in its four colour zones representing different seasons. From bright yellows and golds in the spring zone to dark reds and pinks in the summer, each zone offers a unique visual treat. The garden is constantly evolving, with new varieties added annually. Here, you can enjoy nature walks or guided tours to learn about orchid hybridisation and pollination processes too.

Location: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569.
Timings: 8.30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is a serene escape from city life where you can connect with nature in its purest form. Covering 163 hectares, it houses the highest hill in Singapore. It is one of the best Singapore gardens that is famous for mountain biking. Besides this, you can also explore hiking trails along designated routes. The reserve also has lush greenery and diverse flora and fauna, including birds like an emerald dove and red-crowned barbet. There are also interactive galleries for learning about forest ecology, and even kids can enjoy nature workshops and arts and crafts activities in this garden.

Location: Hindhede Drive, Singapore 589318.
Timings: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

This underrated garden in Singapore is located in the heart of Bishan. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is well-known among inhabitants of the Bishan and Ang Mo Kio districts, but it is rarely visited by tourists. This park is full with amenities like a bicycle track, a promenade along a meandering river, bookable lawn spaces, various restaurants, and even a spa.

 As its name suggests, the park serves as a link between Bishan and Ang Mo Kio (AMK) — and a rather picturesque one at that. The park is one of Singapore's largest green spaces, with a total area of 62 hectares.

Location: Bishan Road and Ang Mo Kio Avenue1, Singapore

Timing: 8.30am to 5pm

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Fort Canning Park

In comparison to other significant gardens in Singapore, Fort Canning Park is a little park-like hill in the heart of the city. Because of its elevation and position, this park has a lot of historical importance. The creator of modern-day Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles, built his first residence on Fort Canning.

 Also, the fort served as the British Army's headquarters until the Japanese conquered them in World War II. Fort Canning is now a famous running park as well as a popular venue for festivals and concerts.

Location: River Valley Road, Singapore

Timing: 9am to 5pm

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Chinese and Japanese Garden

Because of its gorgeous Asian architecture and plenty of attractions, the Chinese Garden, along with its neighbor, the Japanese Garden, has always been particularly well-known gardens in Singapore. The gardens are linked by the 'Bai Hong Qiao,' a white bridge inspired by one in Beijing's Summer Palace.

The gardens have two magnificent courtyards ahead of which are all of the garden's attractions, including museums, statues, and unusual natural displays. Chinese and Japanese Gardens attract a large number of visitors during the Mid Autumn Festival and the Chinese New Year (January/February).

Location: 1 Chinese Garden Road, Singapore

Timing: 5.30am to 11pm

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Mount Faber Park

Mount Faber Park is one of the oldest Singapore gardens. This park has a nice walking area with superb panoramic views of Southern Singapore that attracts more tourists than locals. It is said to be much more beautiful at night, making it an ideal location for a romantic evening.

The footpaths, a road, stairs, and a trail lead up to a hill at Mount Faber Park; and you can also climb to the top of Faber Point, the park's highest point. There are lookout places such as a small Merlion statue and a mural wall illustrating scenes from Singapore's past. The Jewel Box, a shopping outlet near Mount faber Park also has an area called "Bell of Happiness," where ringing the bell is said to bring happiness and wealth.

Location: Mount Faber Road, Singapore

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Bukit Batok Nature Reserve

Near the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, the Bukit Batok Nature Park (BBNP) is a peaceful, serene garden in Singapore. Bukit Batok translates to "Coughing Hill" in Malay, and the park was given this name when it was established in 1988 because it was built on an abandoned granite quarry.

Since then, rainwater has filled the quarry, resulting in a lovely pond at the foot of a towering cliff and the secondary forest that today makes up the park. This pond, which is located at the entrance, is unquestionably the centerpiece. The 36-hectare park features routes for jogging, walking, and bicycling that are surrounded by the rich greenery of the secondary forest.

Location: Bukit Batok East Avenue 2 & Bukit Batok East Avenue 6, Singapore

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Ang Mo Kio Town Garden

Ang Mo Kio Town Garden is a great recreational destination whether you want to take a leisurely walk, get in a morning workout, or enjoy a snack at the nearby outlets. Pathways that meander through a forest, play areas for kids, and a viewpoint that lays out the garden in all its glory.

 This beautiful Singapore garden houses a range of economically significant trees such as rubber, cinnamon, and nutmeg, and many visitors come to spend an hour or two in peace. Several large, egg-shaped nutmeg and rubber seed sculptures adorn the area, adding a unique touch to the park's charm.

Location: Junction of Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 and 8, behind Ang Mo Kio MRT Station, Singapore

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Pasir Ris Park

Pasir Ris Park is the ideal place for families and friends to spend a fun-filled day without having to drive to the city's outskirts. The park covers 70 hectares and spans 3.2 kilometers, with six hectares of forest, which makes it the second largest garden in Singapore. Guests can participate in a variety of activities such as pony rides, water sports, cycling,

 inline skating, gardening, or simply resting outdoors at their preferred area. The park is well known for the 70 hectares of mangroves that it contains. This park is home to mud crabs, mudskippers, and mangrove trees, along with Rhizophora and Bruguiera. This park is a bird lover's dream come true as one can spot milky storks, blue-eared kingfishers, and buffy fish owls and other unusual birds here.

Location: 98 Pasir Ris Central, Singapore

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Butterfly Garden

More than 1,000 butterflies may be found in this tropical butterfly garden in Singapore, which is surrounded by lush flora and a two-story grotto waterfall. There are educational areas and separate enclosures where you can learn about the life cycle of these beautiful birds.

These winged butterflies inside the Changi Airport with a glass wall facing all the planes, is a surreal view to witness. It's a nice place to escape the chaos of an airport for a few minutes. As you explore, the greenery, waterfall, magnificent winged creatures, and fresh air all seem to refresh you.

Location: Singapore Changi Airport, 70 Airport Blvd, Singapore

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Sunflower Garden

The Sunflower Garden is one of the seven themed Singapore gardens located at Changi Airport. You can witness a cheerful patch of sunflowers in the Sunflower Garden, basking in the sun, away from the rush and bustle of the Transit Hall.

The sunny garden is a blissful view to seize during the day, which transforms into a fascinating scene at night thanks to sophisticated lighting. From this rooftop sanctuary, visitors may enjoy a magnificent view of the runway and aircraft parking bays.

Location: Aft Changi Airport PTB2 T2 Transit Level 3, Singapore

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Enchanted Garden

The interactive Enchanted Garden will enchant you as it magically comes to life with sights and sounds. Motion sensors activate nature noises and blooming flowers, while fiber-optic and LED lighting embedded in the undulating walkways create a dazzling carpet of lights.

The garden's centerpiece, four huge glass floral sculptures covered with a mosaic of reflected and dazzling stained glass, evokes a Shangri-La-like feeling. A beautiful selection of freshly cut flowers and soft ferns are nestled within these glass bouquets.

Location: Singapore Changi Airport, 60 Airport Blvd, Singapore

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Cactus Garden

At this rooftop Cactus Garden, more than 100 species of cactus and arid plants from the deserts and dry areas of Asia, Africa, and America can be found. Surreal plants like the Golden Barrel Cactus, Old Man Cactus, and enormous Ponytail Palm Trees, as well as several types of Cycads—a stubborn dinosaur age survivor—are featured in this garden.

The edible Apple Cactus and Prickly Pear Cactus, as well as other economically important arid species from around the world, are on display in the garden.

Location: 80 Airport Blvd., Terminal 1 Singapore Changi Airport, Singapore

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Jurong Eco Garden

The Jurong Eco-Garden (JEG) is Singapore's first freshwater swamp forest inside an industrial zone. It is a 5-hectare park with four distinct areas: a Summit Forest, Stream Ravine, Swamp Forest, and a Wildlife Corridor with structures, and over 100 types of flora and fauna call it home.

The Jurong Eco-Garden is part of the city-first state's eco-business park, CleanTech Park. It provides much-needed lush greenery for those working and/or residing in the neighborhood to come by for bird-watching, wildlife sightings, leisurely strolls, and simply enjoying nature's magnificence.

Location: Cleantech Loop, Singapore

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Kent Ridge Park

The Kent Ridge Park is a large 47-hectare landscape located at Kent Ridge. It is located between the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Science Park. This location attracts many bird-watchers and environment lovers due to its high level of biodiversity in terms of flora and fauna.

For joggers and fitness lovers, the huge field provides a comfortable, calm environment. In reality, near Carpark B, along a park terrace, you'll find a series of exercise stations.

Location: Vigilante Dr, Singapore

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ZhongShan Park

In honor of Dr. Sun Yat Sen (the founding father of the Republic of China), Zhongshan Park was established. The park's attention is called to two existing banyan trees on the property that have been designated for conservation.

This park is perfect for taking a stroll in the evening. Courtyards are carefully arranged around these trees, and a continuous covered timber-decked promenade is created along the podium's circumference to further soften the building's edge. This promenade finally leads to views of the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall that are dramatically framed.

Location: Balestier Rd, Singapore

Timing: 8am to 6pm

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Water Lily Garden

One can see the beautiful water lilies that are displayed in their natural aquatic habitat in the Water Lily Garden. The garden shelters are modeled after the undulating curve of a water lily leaf, and the meandering tiled walkway is modeled after the ripples created when a pebble is flung into a pond.

The plants in this garden have adapted to growing as marginal, submerged, or floating plants in watery habitats. The Amazon Water Lily, one of the world's largest aquatic plants, the Sacred Lotus, and the Screw Pine are the few others that can be found here.

Location: Singapore Changi Airport, 80 Airport Blvd., Singapore

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People Also Ask About Singapore

  1. Which are the best rooftop gardens in Singapore?

    1. Orchard Central Rooftop Garden: An unremarkable Singapore garden overlooking the city may be found on the top of Orchard Central. The Orchard Central Rooftop Garden offers a panoramic view of Singapore, as well as the relaxing sound of waterfalls in the background, which helps to block out the din below. It's a terrific location to unwind after a long day of shopping or working.

    2. Marina Barrage:
    Marina Barrage is undoubtedly the most popular rooftop garden in Singapore! With the panoramic view of Singapore's CBD, Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Flyer all at once, you can easily see why it's so popular. You may fly a kite, set up a picnic, enjoy the sunset, and watch the city light up in addition to hanging out with your loved ones.

    3. Urban Farm @Funan:
    The Urban Farm, the rooftop Singapore garden which is located on the 7th floor of the Funan Mall, promotes the grow-your-own-food movement in Singapore. The 18,000-square-foot Food Garden features over 50 different fruits and vegetables, ranging from mint to laksa leaves, lemongrass, and more. You can also learn about the production and harvesting of crops.

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  2. What are the best things to do in Gardens by The Bay Singapore?

    1. Visit the Flower Dome: When you go into Flower Dome, the world's largest glass greenhouse, you'll feel as if you've been transported to a parched location in the Mediterranean. You'll find a wonderful collection of exotic plants from five continents, as well as seasonal and occasional floral shows.

    2. Explore the Cloud Forest:
    At Cloud Forest, marvel at the remarkable variety of the tropical mountain as you climb a 35-meter-high structure that simulates a foggy mountain with a waterfall. From the Cloud Walk and Tree Top Walk, take photos of gorgeous vertical gardens packed with colorful orchids, pitcher plants, and ferns.

    3. Get a closer look at the Supertrees:
    The 128-meter long OCBC Skyway is at the top of most tourists' list of most memorable and thrilling things to do in Gardens by the Bay. On this aerial bridge that connects one supertree to another, hanging 22 meters above earth, get a closer look at the mesmerizing Supertrees.

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  3. What are the best things to do in Singapore Botanic Garden?

    1. Visit the Como Adventure Grove Playgarden: The Como Adventure Grove Playgarden is one of the park's newest features, having been built as part of the Gallop Extension's recent opening. This will remind you of the past when children used to monkey around amid the trees, with artificial branches and hanging swings and slides that merge nicely in with the natural style.

    2. Cross the 350m ridge trail: At the new Mingxin Foundation Rambler's Ridge, you may immerse yourself in nature with steep steps that lead you past endangered Spike Oak and Braided Chestnut trees. This brief 350-meter walk will take you to a 40-meter height — the highest point in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. 

    3. Explore the Ginger Garden: The first thing you'll see when you enter the Botanic Gardens through the Tyersall entrance is this waterfall. As a pleasant welcome to the property, visit the Ginger Garden. Giant Amazon water lilies float in the pool, and the area is home to more than 250 species of gingers from Asia, the Pacific, Africa, and Indochina.

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  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The months of July to September are ideal for visiting Singapore. While tourists visit Singapore all year, the festive season is a great time to experience the city's many attractions, especially around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival are held.

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  5. How to reach Singapore?

    By Air: Singapore's Changi Airport is regarded as the greatest in the world. Regular flights connect it to all of the world's main cities. Singapore Airlines is Singapore's national airline, with direct flights to and from numerous destinations around the world.

    By Train:
    Singapore has rail links to Malaysia, including Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur, as well as a route to Bangkok. Three trains run each day, one of which is a sleeper. Trains depart and arrive at Singapore's Tanjong Pagar MRT station.

    By Waterways:
    Singapore is a prominent port in Southeast Asia, with a considerable number of cargo ships stopping here en route to other destinations. International passenger cruise lines are also increasing in number. Passenger ferries to Indonesia and Malaysia are also available.

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  6. What is the famous garden in Singapore?

    Gardens by the Bay is one of the most famous gardens in Singapore. Covering 101 hectares, this garden has three parts- namely Bay Central, Bay South, and Bay East. You will see SuperTree Groves here, which are tall metal structures covered in plants. There is also a bridge that connects the tallest metal structures to provide a great view of the garden. Inside, you will find attractions like the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest that offer views of the beautiful waterfalls and indigenous plants.
  7. Why is Gardens by the Bay famous?

    Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is famous for its Supertree structures. They are big greenhouses shaped like seashells. These structures provide a cool mountain climate inside the garden. The park also has different species of trees and plants, such as Dracula Diana and Aloe Barberae. Both kids and adults can visit Gardens by the Bay to relax and enjoy the calm atmosphere of this attraction in Singapore.
  8. Are the Singapore gardens free?

    Yes, most of the gardens in Singapore are free to visit. But, the National Orchid Garden requires an entry fee. You are required to pay SGD 1 to SGD 15 (INR 62 to INR 931) per person to enter these gardens. Besides that, you can easily book a ticket to enter any of the gardens, entirely free of cost.
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