The Botanical Gardens sweep across an area of 52 hectares (128
acres) constituted by primary forest and specialty gardens in close
proximity to the city centre. The National Orchid Garden is the
world's largest orchid garden featuring more than 20,000 varieties
set amongst water features and an exotic bromeliad collection from
South and Central America. The park also contains many rare plant
specimens in addition to the specialty gardens decorated with
frangipanis, roses, ferns and desert plants. Outdoor concerts in
the gardens can be enjoyed on the Symphony Lake or French cuisine
can be savoured at the Au Jardin restaurant.
Address: 1 Cluny Road Website: www.sbg.org.sg Telephone: 6471 7361 Transportation: SBS bus 7, 105, 123 and 174 or SMRT 75, 77 and 106 from
Holland Road; SBS bus 66, 151, 153 and 154, or SMRT 67 and 171 from
Bukit Timah Road Opening Time: Daily 5am to midnight; Orchard Garden: 8:30am to
7pm Admission: Free, but there is a S$5 charge for the Orchid Garden,
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