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This place is amazing! The orchids are everywhere, brightly colored. The park has beautiful paths, you can get up close to the flowers to photograph them. Even on a busy day, it's worth the $5 for admission.
The Orchid garden is contained within the botanical gardens and there is a small fee of about £4.00 per person to get in but is a must part of the wonderful botanical gardens.
Many of the orchids are named after famous and distinguished previous guests...More
This UNESCO heritage site is luscious and beautiful. Located within the Botanic Gardens for an admission fee, the orchids on display are bountiful and stunning, around every corner of the gardens. There are plenty of photo opportunities here, both marked, and off the path. There...More
Singapore’s national flower is the orchid, so if you’re into botanical excursions you should definitely add this to your to-do list. There are tons of beautiful different orchids all throughout the area and it’s so pretty!
All in all the gardens are outstanding but part of it closed off and when the new building is complete the whole place will be amazing, so you may find yourself having to double back as you’ll find some dead ends due to the construction...More
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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.