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Singapore Botanic Gardens

19,802 Reviews

Singapore Botanic Gardens

19,802 Reviews
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1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259 569 Singapore
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Explore Singapore on a 1-hour duck tour, known officially as DUCKtours®, which allows you to see city sights by both land and water. On ‘the duck,’ an amphibious military vehicle that was refurbished from World War II, you’ll drive around the city to check out attractions like the Fountain of Wealth and Singapore Flyer. Then hit the water to cruise past landmarks like the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue that sits where the Singapore River meets Marina Bay. Audio commentary is included.
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KathiTravelTheWorld wrote a review 4 Jan.
Singapore, Singapore18 contributions3 helpful votes
I love the garden and go there for regular walks to get out of the city. Its quietness is perfect for a stroll with a Baby or Toddler. Just be aware of mosquitoes around waters. Mostly the trees offer shade but there are paths with a lot of sun so bring protection!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Choo Wai wrote a review 4 Jan.
Singapore, Singapore2,132 contributions88 helpful votes
Our first run and breakfast together in 2021, under wet and cool conditions. At 21 deg C in Singapore, it is so much easier and relaxing to chill in bed and snooze 😂. Nonetheless, must try to remain disciplined and motivated. I have never seen this Cluny food hall in Botanic Gardens so empty before. Everyone was likely still hibernating before the first week of 2021 commences. Happy 2021 ahead. #choowai2021 #wongchoowai #wongchoowairuns #clunyfoodhall #botanicalgardens #botanicgardensingapore #run #running #newyear2021 #newyear #breakfastideas #botanicgardens
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Date of experience: January 2021
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kim buay p wrote a review Dec. 2020
Singapore, Singapore8,920 contributions909 helpful votes
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Despite my repeated visits, I am always in wow of new flowers that bloomed and learning the names of some trees out of the many. I was pleased to see the renovated toilet facilities which occupy the Burkill Hall Outhouse. It is user-friendly towards mothers with children and babies. The orchids are flowering in the Orchid Gardens which is free to enter. One of the trees around the Swan Lake has an apt name "fairy petticoats" as the flowers look like it. Beside the common red stem fig, I saw the Dinner Plate Fig as the leaves are like the size of dinner plates. Despite walking past the Ginger garden many times, this time I noticed that the wall mural outside the Halia restaurant shows all the different species of the Ginger family. At the Learning Forest near to the toilets are some flowering Ashoka trees with its gorgeous bright flowers. After the wooden bridge, I also noticed the RISING Tree which was planted by PM Lee Hsien Loong and the President of the Republic of Indonesia, His Excellency Joko Widodo.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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lauKS wrote a review Dec. 2020
Singapore, Singapore9 contributions8 helpful votes
Energised by an excellent Hertage tour delivered most competently by a very experienced guide, I decided to spend more time at SBG by heading to the Orchid section. and was abruptly halted by a Hitler-esque , bouncer like individual who demanded yet another check in . I m totally surprised as I had already done the necessary earlier with all details given and even have a sticker to announce tht official entry logistics has been done . Strange and illogical that the orchid garden ,sited clearly within the SBG behaves as it if its NOT part of the Garden .. There is no entrnce fee , so the staff at this entrance are clearly extranous and really shd be deployed elsewhere. The brutish bouncer character would be most suited for entrances where outside contractors need to be processed before they enter high security areas . Sadly , it has been only a year since the former director who had hailed fr Kew Gardens has retired and the grace and charm of some of the gardens personnel have already deteriorated .
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Punggol68 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Singapore16 contributions1 helpful vote
Great place for photo shooting for major occasions like wedding etc. Surrounding swan lake with real big white swans are also spectacular view. You can take close photo shot of them. Nearby is the orchid garden with hundreds of breed of vibrant singapore orchids. And there is this famous Halia restaurant with its truffle fries good enough for two. Basking in nature and sipping a cup of hot tea during the weekend morning is so relaxing.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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