1 Cluny Rd.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens are a living monument of the founder of the city, Sir Stamford Raffles. He established the first botanical and experimental garden in 1822, which later shut down and reopened in its current location in 1859. Today, adults and children can enjoy a plethora of educational workshops and activities - from learning how to grow your own home garden to making flower arrangements to taking tours of the entire grounds or specific sections like the orchids or healing gardens. There are also several large functions rooms to host weddings, special occasions and birthday parties.